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Russia Bets Big On The World's Least Explored Oil Frontier

Russia Bets Big On The World's Least Explored Oil Frontier

With international sanctions forcing Russia…

Why U.S. LNG Can’t Win In Europe

Why U.S. LNG Can’t Win In Europe

Competition in EU gas markets…

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Tensions Threaten Long Standing Natural Gas Partnership between EU and Russia

Tensions Threaten Long Standing Natural Gas Partnership between EU and Russia

Oct 07, 2013 at 17:07 | Energy Post

As the areas of potential conflict are multiplying, the EU and Russia seem to be blundering into an increasingly fractious energy relationship that threatens to hurt both sides. Russia’s policies…

Storing Carbon Dioxide in Fracked Shale Formations

Storing Carbon Dioxide in Fracked Shale Formations

Oct 07, 2013 at 17:02 | Futurity

Scientists estimate that about 10 to 18 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide could be stored in the Marcellus formation alone after the extraction of methane gas. The US has several other…

This Week in Energy: Welcome to the US Shale Reshuffle

This Week in Energy: Welcome to the US Shale Reshuffle

Oct 04, 2013 at 18:56 | James Stafford

This week we are watching with great interest what will be a reshuffling of US shale assets that paints an interesting picture of the emerging playing field. Anglo-Dutch supergiant Shell…

How Iran Plays the Oil Game … and Wins

How Iran Plays the Oil Game … and Wins

Oct 04, 2013 at 18:28 | Daniel J. Graeber

Instability in Libya and other parts of North Africa may be giving international investors the jitters.  In August, U.S. energy explorer Apache Corp. said it had enough of the political…

Brazilian Policies Scare off Oil Majors

Brazilian Policies Scare off Oil Majors

Oct 04, 2013 at 18:22 | John Daly

First, the good news.Later this month, on at a 21 October auction, Brazil will sell off leases in its massive Libra southern Atlantic offshore oil field, with high…

Fossil Fuel Demand is too High to be Controlled

Fossil Fuel Demand is too High to be Controlled

Oct 04, 2013 at 17:59 | Kurt Cobb

American political conservatives like to say that their strategy of tax cuts all the time is designed to "starve the beast." The "beast," of course, refers to government, and…

The One Number Every Oil and Gas Investor Needs

The One Number Every Oil and Gas Investor Needs

Oct 04, 2013 at 17:28 | Editorial Dept

I talked a little last week about the “recycle ratio”. This is a tool every oil and gas investor needs to understand. Without exaggeration, if you used only…

Kurdistan: Raising the Oil & Gas Stakes

Kurdistan: Raising the Oil & Gas Stakes

Oct 04, 2013 at 17:23 | Editorial Dept

Until Sunday, 29 September, Kurdistan (Northern Iraq) has not seen an attack of the kind that plagues the rest of Iraq on a daily basis since 2007.

Another Discovery for Financially Moribund Petrobras

Another Discovery for Financially Moribund Petrobras

Oct 04, 2013 at 16:44 | Editorial Dept

Bottom Line: A new discovery for Petrobras offshore in the northeast of Brazil is good news in theory, but bad news in terms of investment for development that the state-run…

Canada Continues Wooing Asian Energy Markets

Canada Continues Wooing Asian Energy Markets

Oct 03, 2013 at 17:03 | Robert M Cutler

Asian countries continue to line up for Canadian energy to which the United States is unable to commit.  This week Japan's prime minister Shinzo Abe met with his Canadian counterpart…

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