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Energy Experts Are Watching This Hotspot In 2019

Energy Experts Are Watching This Hotspot In 2019

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The Might of the Petro-Dollars at Work Once Again

The Might of the Petro-Dollars at Work Once Again

Oct 15, 2013 at 17:11 | Claude Salhani

Petro-dollars, the word used to describe the billions of dollars earned from the sale of oil and natural gas, have helped change the shape and future of many counties in…

Why Gasoline Prices are Heading Lower

Why Gasoline Prices are Heading Lower

Oct 15, 2013 at 17:08 | Matt Smith

Let’s end at the beginning: retail gasoline prices are going to continue to head lower, and this post simply presents the case as to why, through some simple visuals.

Oil Traders Butt Heads over Kashagan

Oil Traders Butt Heads over Kashagan

Oct 15, 2013 at 16:53 | Joao Peixe

Now that the supergiant Kashagan oilfield in Kazakhstan is operational, the rumor is that two US trading powerhouses are competing for the $1 billion in crude share of the country’s…

IEA Says Coal is Still the Fuel of Choice

IEA Says Coal is Still the Fuel of Choice

Oct 14, 2013 at 17:14 | Daniel J. Graeber

Two years ago, Saudi Arabia started mulling the prospects of shale natural gas as it faced the possibility of running short on energy supplies. The largest oil exporter in the…

Gazprom Now Interested in Eastern Mediterranean

Gazprom Now Interested in Eastern Mediterranean

Oct 14, 2013 at 17:08 | John Daly

The energy-poor states of the eastern Mediterranean – Israel, Lebanon and Turkey, have long been at odds have to how to divvy up their portions of the offshore eastern Mediterranean.

Exxon Gets Liberal with Same-Sex Benefits

Exxon Gets Liberal with Same-Sex Benefits

Oct 14, 2013 at 16:54 | Charles Kennedy

Oil giant ExxonMobil—long criticized for its policies on gay and lesbian workers—has turned a new policy leaf in the liberal direction by extending employee benefits to married , same-sex couples.…

Why Does the UK Ignore Waste-to-Energy Power?

Why Does the UK Ignore Waste-to-Energy Power?

Oct 14, 2013 at 16:51 | Green Futures

Lack of plant capacity means valuable waste is being shipped overseas.When you hear the phrase ‘renewable energy’, what technologies come to mind? Wind and solar power, certainly; perhaps…

Somalia Seeks Foreign Investment in Energy Sector – Big Oil Cautious

Somalia Seeks Foreign Investment in Energy Sector – Big Oil Cautious

Oct 11, 2013 at 22:01 | John Daly

Oil companies are renowned for going into hostile environments in their relentless search for the world’s seemingly insatiable thirst for “black gold.”That said, there remain a few nations…

First Floating LNG Game-Changer for Uruguay

First Floating LNG Game-Changer for Uruguay

Oct 11, 2013 at 21:51 | Charles Kennedy

France’s GDF Suez (GSZ) has signed a 15-year agreement to build and operate the first-ever floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal in Uruguay, with operations scheduled to begin in…

Our Reliance on Oil Continues to Threaten our Future

Our Reliance on Oil Continues to Threaten our Future

Oct 11, 2013 at 21:47 | Gail Tverberg

If a person reads US newspapers, it is easy to get the impression that all of the world’s oil problems are over. But this is not really the case.

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