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Oil Sands receive a big vote of confidence from Oil Major BP

Oil Sands receive a big vote of confidence from Oil Major BP

Feb 15, 2010 at 14:25 | Dave Forest

News came yesterday that oil major BP is close to a deal in the Alberta oil sands. It appears that BP is the preferred bidder for a majority stake in…

More About Oil (Part 2): OPEC'S STRATEGY

More About Oil (Part 2): OPEC'S STRATEGY

Feb 15, 2010 at 13:25 | Ferdinand E. Banks

The IEA has apparently calculated that OPEC earned 575 billion (U.S.) dollars in oil export revenues in 2009, a relatively depressed year, and might earn more than 700 billion this…

More About Oil (Part 1): A  Preview of The New Decade

More About Oil (Part 1): A Preview of The New Decade

Feb 15, 2010 at 13:22 | Ferdinand E. Banks

In 20 years I predict energy wars over oil and  gas resources. By the time it becomes politically profitable to react to problems  in the transport energy sector, it will…

China's Monetary Moves Undercut Crude Oil Rally

China's Monetary Moves Undercut Crude Oil Rally

Feb 12, 2010 at 21:24 | Darrell Delamaide

Oil Market Summary for 02/08/2010 – 02/12/2010. Crude oil prices took a dive on Friday after a week of gains from U.S. blizzards were undercut by another move in China…

New Invention Using Spent Nuclear Fuel Rods Could Unlock U.S. Oil Reserves Three Times Larger Than Saudi Arabia's

New Invention Using Spent Nuclear Fuel Rods Could Unlock U.S. Oil Reserves Three Times Larger Than Saudi Arabia's

Feb 11, 2010 at 14:13 | Business Insider

There's some incredible new oil extraction technology being investigated over at Nuclearhydrocarbons.com. Essentially, the U.S. has a lot of spent nuclear fuel (SNF) rods from…

Endless Oil: Prices NOT Peaks are the Issue

Endless Oil: Prices NOT Peaks are the Issue

Feb 08, 2010 at 15:13 | Ferdinand E. Banks

”Endless Oil” is the title of a piece in Business Week (Jan, 18, 2010). Its author is Stanley Reed, and it was interesting for me because I remember when Business…

Oil and Gas Industry Weathers Shifting Climate

Oil and Gas Industry Weathers Shifting Climate

Feb 01, 2010 at 20:10 | Fawzia Sheikh

Often the green movement’s whipping boy, the oil and gas sector has no chance of escaping the scourge of climate change, an issue that everyone from international leaders to even…

Are Official Estimates of Oil Reserves Correct? What Does this Mean for Oil Prices

Are Official Estimates of Oil Reserves Correct? What Does this Mean for Oil Prices

Jan 28, 2010 at 21:51 | Editorial Dept

Over the next year or two, you will likely find yourself paying a LOT more at the gas pump. Big changes are taking place in the oil industry . With…

Canada's Alluring Energy Supply Regaining it's Lustre Despite Continued Criticism

Canada's Alluring Energy Supply Regaining it's Lustre Despite Continued Criticism

Jan 27, 2010 at 19:05 | Fawzia Sheikh

As the recession fades from the Canadian oil sands and projects delayed amid months of uncertainty score a second chance, criticism has still not simmered down over how these pockets…

The Value of Empty Space - Japan Secures Oil Supply

The Value of Empty Space - Japan Secures Oil Supply

Jan 26, 2010 at 23:49 | Dave Forest

Here's an interesting one in the realm of oil security. As we've discussed, Japan is using a lot less oil these days. In the last year, Japanese consumption dropped 800,000…

  
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