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  • Egypt, Take III: No End to the Carnage

    Published 17 August 2013 | viewed 6,846 times

    The Egyptian military had a great opportunity to remake the revolution on 3 July when it overthrew the moribund and definitely failed post-revolutionary Muslim Brotherhood…

  • Iraqi Oil Exports Slump But Optimism Abounds

    Published 15 August 2013 | viewed 8,563 times

    On the verge of civil war and total collapse, Iraq’s oil exports are stagnating and the first half of this year has seen the Iraqis…

  • E.ON Sees First-Half Profit Slump in Europe

    Published 14 August 2013 | viewed 8,149 times

    E.ON SE, Germany’s gas, electricity and water utility company, has seen first-half profits drop 15% despite a 15% surge in profits from its UK customers…

  • Will Moribund Uranium Prices Rebound?

    Published 13 August 2013 | viewed 9,748 times

    Commodities prices are pretty much like the War on Terror—driven by fear. Since the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan, uranium prices have dropped sharply,…

  • ConocoPhillips to Sell Oil Sands Assets to Exxon

    Published 12 August 2013 | viewed 5,317 times

    ConocoPhillips has cut a deal to sell all of its Clyden oil sands property—a total of 226,000 acres--in Canada to ExxonMobil Canada and Imperial Oil…

  • BG Group Gets US LNG Export Approval

    Published 10 August 2013 | viewed 15,318 times

    BG Group (LON:BG) and Southern Union are the third to get the green light from the federal government to export LNG to all countries from…

  • A Convenient Revival of the War on Terror

    Published 08 August 2013 | viewed 8,906 times

    The 4 August global travel warning and the closure of US embassies in the Middle East and North Africa are partly based on intercepted communications…

  • Chesapeake Gives Up On New York Fracking

    Published 07 August 2013 | viewed 5,952 times

    It hasn’t been a great year for Chesapeake Energy (CHK), just coming down from a management meltdown and now giving up on its leases in…

  • What Does the US Want in Egypt?

    Published 05 August 2013 | viewed 6,708 times

    What the US wants in Egypt is what it failed to attain in Iraq—stability of the kind that assumes US control over the situation. In…

  • JPMorgan Settles Energy Price Fix for $410M

    Published 01 August 2013 | viewed 4,536 times

    JPMorgan Chase & Co. has settled with the federal government for $410 million for charges that it manipulated energy markets in California and Michigan between…

  • Why the CIA Is Worried About Geoengineering

    Published 25 July 2013 | viewed 25,641 times

    The CIA is worried about the national security implications of climate change, and it’s also concerned about the potential implications of geoengineering—large-scale deliberate intervention in…

  • TransCanada Might Rethink Potential Keystone Launch Date

    Published 24 July 2013 | viewed 7,640 times

    TransCanada Corp. (TRP) was hoping to launch Keystone XL during the second half of 2015, but the company is now conceding that this will be…

  • Tesla’s Hyperloop: The Fifth Mode of Transportation

    Published 23 July 2013 | viewed 22,504 times

    Next month, Tesla Motors Inc. (TSLA) Elon Musk plans to unveil his design for the Hyperloop, a sort of superfast tube that will shuttle back…

  • Mexico’s Oil Auction Snubbed Ahead of Hoped-for Privatization

    Published 20 July 2013 | viewed 5,207 times

    Mexican state-run Pemex’s 11 July auction of six onshore oil leases in the Chicontepec Formation fell flat, with the three largest concessions receiving no bids…

  • Waiting on Kenyan Oil, the Market Grows Impatient

    Published 18 July 2013 | viewed 10,714 times

    It’s been well over a year now since London-listed Tullow Oil struck it big in Kenya, making the country’s first massive oil discovery that set…

  • Energy Price Rigging Lands Record Fine for Barclays

    Published 17 July 2013 | viewed 6,720 times

    Barclays (LON:BARC) has been fined $453 million and four of the bank’s traders have been separately fined $18 million for energy price rigging in the Western…

  • Exxon Takes $735M Black Sea Plunge

    Published 16 July 2013 | viewed 7,447 times

    Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM) is reportedly preparing to spend a whopping $735 million to drill two deep-water wells offshore Ukraine, in the Black Sea. The…

  • Egypt Violence Subsides as Investors Eye New Liberal Faces

    Published 15 July 2013 | viewed 6,146 times

    The violence has largely subsided in Egypt seven days after more than 90 people were killed in clashes between the military and supporters of the…

  • Get in on Energy Infrastructure MLPs Now

    Published 10 July 2013 | viewed 7,081 times

    Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs) have been great for returns this year, and right now there is a short window of opportunity to restock your energy…

  • GE to ‘Power Africa’, Without the Risk

    Published 08 July 2013 | viewed 7,406 times

    Last weekend, US President Barack Obama unveiled his “power Africa” plan that aims to double access to power in sub-Saharan Africa through $7 billion in…

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