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FID on Shah Deniz Pipeline May Happen by End of Year

A final investment decision (FID) on the winning Shah Deniz pipeline could be decided by the end of this year, according to vice president of SOCAR. Speaking to Reuters today, VP for investments and marketing Elshad Nassirov said there was a possibility the pipeline decision could be made ahead...

SOCAR: Classic Nabucco Still an Option

SOCAR has publicly disagreed with an assessment by BP that the original Nabucco route is off the table for the Shah Deniz-2 gas project. Speaking in an interview with Austrian newspaper Die Presse, deputy head of SOCAR Elshad Nassirov said that the opinion put forth by BP refining and marketing...

Bulgaria Says Nabucco Still Most Viable Project in Pipeline Race

Nabucco's representative for Bulgaria Dimitar Abadzhiev has said that the pipeline still remains the most viable project in the Shah Deniz pipeline race, despite recent setbacks to the project. Speaking on Bulgarian radio, Mr. Abadzhiev said he believed the pipeline was still the most suitable...

Gazprom Could Refuse to Build Northern South Stream Route to Austria

Russian gas giant Gazprom may refuse to build the northern leg of the South Stream gas pipeline to Austria, the company said on Friday. "The construction of South Stream will start at the Russian coast of the Black Sea near Anapa. The pipeline will run along the seabed of the Black Sea through the Turkish...

BP: Shah Deniz-2 Competition Still Open

BP chief executive for refining and marketing Iain Conn has said that there are only two pipeline options in consideration for the Shah Deniz-2 project's central European delivery: the South East Europe Pipeline and the Nabucco West pipeline. In a speech published on the company's website today, Mr.

MOL Rumoured to Be Considering Joining SEEP

MOL is said to be considering joining the South East Europe Pipeline (SEEP), following the company's previous announcement that it may exit the Nabucco pipeline project. Reported by Hungarian newspaper Nepszabadsag today, Toby Odone, spokesman for BP said that the company, in conjunction with its...

Shah Deniz-Europe Pipeline Must Have 24 BCM Capacity

President of BP Azerbaijan Rashid Javanshir has said today that whichever pipeline is chosen to transport gas from the Shah Deniz field and other Azeri gas fields to Europe must have a capacity capability of 24 billion cubic metres. Mr. Javanshir also said that initially six billion cubic metres...

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