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  • n. Plural form of pipeline.


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  • Likely to be completed after numerous oil pipelines from the middle east to Europe.

    China Planning to Connect High Speed Rail Lines To Europe | Inhabitat

  • PHMSA's policy for natural gas pipelines is also at odds with its handling of spill plans prepared by oil pipeline operators.

    Natural Gas Pipeline Crisis Plans Kept From Public

  • But, as Unocal and other oil firms, intrigued by the idea of building energy pipelines from the Caspian Sea across Afghanistan to Indian Ocean energy hubs like Gwadar, eventually found out, the Taliban were hardly an agent of stability.

    Pakistan’s Fatal Shore

  • The document characterises the development oil pipelines from the Caspian region and Central Asia directly to the EU as "vital."

    We don't want to be divisive

  • I also had two good business-related phone conversations, which have resulted in pipelines for potential future work being opened.

    good things...

  • As we are all aware by now, Judge Berger has been conducting, over the past three years, an inquiry into the feasibility and consequences of building pipelines from the shores of the Arctic Ocean, down through sections of the Yukon Territory and the Northwest Territories, to tie in with existing pipelines that service the southern Canadian and United States markets.

    Northern Frontier—Northern Homeland

  • This is the right aspect of Canada, in pipelines or otherwise.

    The More Exciting Canada

  • It has become a contest, it seems, between those who believe in pipelines and those who favour tankers.

    S.S. Manhattan's Northwest Passage Voyage—Observations by Canada's Representative

  • Furthermore, according to EER, major utilities such as EDP, Iberdrola, Endesa, E. ON or RWE have already secured financing for their short-term pipelines, while smaller players have been forced to look for partners or to put their growth plans on stand-by.

    Renewable Energy News -

  • Tuesday's second gas delivery cut by Russia, the limited amounts of gas held by Ukraine in reserve, and the need to ensure continued gas supplies to Ukrainian consumers, meant that pressure in Ukrainian pipelines passing Russian gas on to Europe could soon fall drastically, he added.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper


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