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Oil Prices Rise On Iran, Hurricane Outages

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EIA Report Threatens Oil Price Rally

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Energy / Energy-General

Afghanistan and the Future U.S. Withdrawal - Energy Corridor or Dead Zone?

Afghanistan and the Future U.S. Withdrawal - Energy Corridor or Dead Zone?

Jun 24, 2011 at 07:46 | John Daly

President Obama has declared that, a decade after Operation Enduring Freedom began, the first significant withdrawals of U.S. troops from that battered nation will begin, with 10,000 U.S. troops withdrawn…

The Highlights From BP’s 2011 Review of World Energy

The Highlights From BP’s 2011 Review of World Energy

Jun 24, 2011 at 07:39 | Robert Rapier

BP recently released their highly respected annual Statistical Review of World Energy for 2011. Most of the news stories on the report have focused on the exceptionally strong growth…

China Winning the Race for Central Asia’s Energy Riches

China Winning the Race for Central Asia’s Energy Riches

Jun 23, 2011 at 07:50 | John Daly

Many western analysts have described the post-Soviet tussle for Caspain and Central Asian energy reserves as the new “Great Game, except this time around, Russia is facing the U.S. rather…

Chinese Energy Policies Harming Neighbors

Chinese Energy Policies Harming Neighbors

Jun 22, 2011 at 08:06 | John Daly

China’s omnivorous energy requirements have been attracting increasing attention as of late, as Beijing attempts to secure any and all sources of power for its growing industrial base. Nowhere is…

Energy Policies and Oil Supply

Energy Policies and Oil Supply

Jun 22, 2011 at 07:55 | Gail Tverberg

It seems to me that most policymakers have missed some basic issues with respect to our energy problem. One of these is that world oil supply is very inelastic–that is,…

Is Nanotechnology the Answer to our Energy Needs?

Is Nanotechnology the Answer to our Energy Needs?

Jun 21, 2011 at 08:03 | Science Progress

We are in a “Sputnik moment,” the president said in his second official State of the Union address in January. Energy Secretary Steven Chu also likes to invoke this historical…

Russia Invited to Join the IEA

Russia Invited to Join the IEA

Jun 21, 2011 at 07:56 | Energy Digital

Russia and other producer nations are invited into the International Energy Agency in response to high oil prices and uncertain global energy security. The International Energy Agency (IEA) serves as…

Big Oil Sees the Future and it’s Biofuels

Big Oil Sees the Future and it’s Biofuels

Jun 21, 2011 at 07:53 | Al Fin

The Earth is floating in hydrocarbons, yet the easy oil is in the hands of dictators, kleptocrats, and corrupt national oil companies. Oil is not only used for fuels, it…

Regulators Concerned About Canadian Oil Corroding U.S. Pipelines

Regulators Concerned About Canadian Oil Corroding U.S. Pipelines

Jun 20, 2011 at 07:31 | Energy Digital

U.S. regulators express concern that diluted bitumen from Canadian oil sands may be corrosive to pipelines and risk should be assessed. The United States is benefiting greatly from the Canadian…

Kazakhstan's Uranium Industry Could Lose Its Luster

Kazakhstan's Uranium Industry Could Lose Its Luster

Jun 17, 2011 at 08:33 | John Daly

What a difference a year and a tsunami make. Western investors have been salivating over the post-Soviet space’s energy riches since the 1991 collapse of communism. While focusing on the…

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