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Irina Slav

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    The race for the Moon is on. Nobody is really sure exactly what resources are located on the Moon, or how vast they are, but…

  • Nigeria Launches $100 Million Oil Fund

    Published 20 July 2016 | viewed 8,900 times

    Nigeria’s government has launched a special fund worth US$100 million to take care of securing the credit that the oil industry of the country needs.…

  • Oil Markets Panic After EIA Reports Surging Gasoline Inventories

    Published 20 July 2016 | viewed 15,321 times

    Commercial crude oil stockpiles in the U.S. fell by 2.3 million barrels in the week to July 15, the Energy Information Administration reported. This is…

  • Vancouver Bans All Oil Storage Within City Limits

    Published 20 July 2016 | viewed 6,926 times

    The city council of Vancouver has voted unanimously to ban new construction for oil storage facilities and refineries in the city, as well as expansions…

  • Why Oil Prices Might Not Rebound Until 2019

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  • Cameron LNG Gets Go-Ahead for Export Expansion

    Published 19 July 2016 | viewed 4,658 times

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  • Iran Ships First Oil to China’s Teapots

    Published 19 July 2016 | viewed 5,037 times

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  • China Plans Military Exercise In South China Sea

    Published 19 July 2016 | viewed 3,538 times

    A week after a Hague tribunal ruled against its territorial claims to 80 percent of the South China Sea, Beijing is organizing military exercises in…

  • Energy Is The Reason Europe Is Still Backing Erdogan

    Published 18 July 2016 | viewed 23,792 times

    A lot of people in Europe are wondering why political leaders on the continent seem to be ready to agree with whatever Turkish President Recep…

  • Arab Oil Exports Down $24 Billion In Q1, Challenges Remain

    Published 18 July 2016 | viewed 5,509 times

    Arab countries exported US$50.4 billion worth of crude oil in the first quarter of the year, local media report. This is US$24 billion less than…

  • Nigerian Lawmakers Urge Change of Oil Well Ownership

    Published 18 July 2016 | viewed 6,089 times

    Legislators from the South-South and South East regions of Nigeria have urged the federal government of the country to change the ownership rules for oil…

  • Two Oil Shipments Delayed At Libya’s Hariga Port

    Published 18 July 2016 | viewed 7,347 times

    Protests over unpaid salaries from a unit of the Libyan Petroleum Facilities Guard have caused a delay of two shipments of crude oil from the…

  • Big Oil Begins To Worry About Trump’s Wall

    Published 17 July 2016 | viewed 18,766 times

    Donald Trump’s idea to build a wall along the southern border of the U.S. has been called everything from controversial to harebrained, but—to the likely…

  • China’s Oil Output Tanks , Hits 4 Year Low

    Published 15 July 2016 | viewed 14,482 times

    China’s crude oil output over the first half of the year stood at 101.59 million metric tons, down 4.6 percent and the lowest six-month figure…

  • Terror Attack Kills 84 in France

    Published 15 July 2016 | viewed 4,267 times

    A man drove a truck into crowds celebrating Bastille Day in the city of Nice yesterday and then opened fire, with 84 people losing their…

  • EV’s Won’t Kill Diesel – Electric Highways Will

    Published 14 July 2016 | viewed 16,329 times

    There are millions of trucks on the world’s highways at any given time, carrying cargo from one place to another and spewing diesel exhaust fumes.…

  • The Glut Is Far From Over As Offshore Oil Storage Continues To Swell

    Published 14 July 2016 | viewed 23,300 times

    Nine tankers carrying as much as nine million barrels of crude are floating in the North Sea as traders can’t afford to sell the crude…

  • Tesla Targeted by SEC, Cancels Car Buyback Program

    Published 14 July 2016 | viewed 5,885 times

    Tesla has been making headlines these days because of the investigations into two accident involving Tesla cars, one of them with a fatal result. The…

  • Iran’s Crude Output Hits 5-Year High in June

    Published 13 July 2016 | viewed 8,438 times

    Iran pumped 3.63 million barrels of crude daily in June, which is the highest since 2011, Platts reports. The cumulative increase since December has been…

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    Published 13 July 2016 | viewed 12,891 times

    Meet the newest and most unlikely source of renewable energy: bacteria. The hunt for more renewable sources of energy is still on as the world…

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