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Brazil’s Energy Sector Faces Considerable Challenges Going Forward

Brazil’s Energy Sector Faces Considerable Challenges Going Forward

Jan 07, 2014 at 18:11 | Rory Johnston

Brazil has been touted as Latin America’s budding oil powerhouse, with the International Energy Agency predicting that the country will account for one-third of global supply growth by 2035…

Lukoil Deal Makes Bulgaria Largest Eastern Europe Refiner

Lukoil Deal Makes Bulgaria Largest Eastern Europe Refiner

Jan 07, 2014 at 18:08 | Charles Kennedy

Lukoil’s Bulgarian subsidiary has secured a $570 million line of credit to finance the modernization of the Black Sea Burgas refinery and add a hydrocracking unit to boost refining output.

Sahara Forest Project to Revegetate Parts of the World's Largest Desert

Sahara Forest Project to Revegetate Parts of the World's Largest Desert

Jan 07, 2014 at 18:05 | John Daly

For the past two millennia, “Saharina” has been a byword for desertification.Now, thanks to an innovative project, The “Sahara Forest Project,” the world’s biggest largest desertification region may…

Buffett Looks at Pipelines after North Dakota Train Wreck

Buffett Looks at Pipelines after North Dakota Train Wreck

Jan 06, 2014 at 17:18 | James Stafford

Amid fears that regulators may move to tighten safety rules for crude oil shipments from North Dakota after the fiery derailment last week of an oil train, Warren Buffett’s Berkshire…

Statoil Strikes Again in North Sea

Statoil Strikes Again in North Sea

Jan 06, 2014 at 17:13 | Charles Kennedy

Norway’s Statoil has announced two oil and gas discoveries in the Norwegian part of the North Sea, highlighting the potential for more discoveries in an area already thought to be…

Why the U.S. Oil Boom may go off the Rails

Why the U.S. Oil Boom may go off the Rails

Jan 06, 2014 at 17:09 | Daniel J. Graeber

Lawmakers and U.S. regulators began asking questions about the safety of transporting oil on the nation's rail system following a December derailment in North Dakota. The emerging anxiety about midstream…

Consortium Widening Panama Canal tries to Extort Additional $850 Million

Consortium Widening Panama Canal tries to Extort Additional $850 Million

Jan 06, 2014 at 17:02 | John Daly

On 31 December Panamanians celebrated 14 years of their national sovereignty over the Panama Canal, after the 1999 implementation of a historic 1977 agreement signed between President Jimmy Carter and…

Wave of Violence Threatens Ambitious Iraqi Oil Goals

Wave of Violence Threatens Ambitious Iraqi Oil Goals

Jan 03, 2014 at 17:48 | Nick Cunningham

A wave of violence has swept parts of Iraq at the start of 2014 as the central government fights back against Al-Qaeda aligned militants in Anbar Province. The Islamic…

Kurdish Crude Exports Stop in Turkey

Kurdish Crude Exports Stop in Turkey

Jan 03, 2014 at 17:42 | James Burgess

Crude oil has started flowing from Kurdistan to Turkey, but it’s stuck in the purgatory of Turkey’s Ceyhan export hub and will not be exported any further until Turkey reaches…

Oman and BP Finalize Gas Deal, Signaling Regional Change

Oman and BP Finalize Gas Deal, Signaling Regional Change

Jan 03, 2014 at 17:39 | Global Risk Insights

Oman and British oil giant BP have agreed to jointly develop a large, untapped natural gas field in Oman’s central desert region, further bolstering the Sultanate’s regional influence in…

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