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December 06, 2016
Fate of North Dakota pipeline may fall to Trump
Cannon Ball, United States (AFP) Dec 5, 2016
Native Americans and their supporters expressed cautious optimism Monday after the US Army nixed plans for a controversial oil pipeline crossing in North Dakota, with many fearing their victory could be short lived. While the decision marks a win for the months-long protest movement that stood its ground even as the freezing winter set in, it could be undone when Donald Trump moves into the White House in January if his administration chooses to grant the pipeline the final permit it needs. "The ... read more

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Iranian MPs declared victory with OPEC deal
Members of the Iranian parliament said Monday they signed a letter of appreciation that, in effect, declared victory with last week's OPEC production deal. ... more
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Kurdish government short on oil export payments
Companies working in the Kurdish north of Iraq said they were paid collectively more than $50 million for oil exports through Turkey, but still owed more. ... more
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Li Ka-shing's Cheung Kong targets Australia's Duet
Li Ka-shing's Cheung Kong Infrastructure on Monday offered Aus$7.3 billion (US$5.4 billion) for an Australian energy group, just months after his bid for the country's largest electricity network was blocked on security grounds. ... more
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Once-mighty Chesapeake continues divestment streak
Once one of the stronger shale gas companies in the United States, Chesapeake Energy said it closed on a $450 million deal to sell some of its shale acreage. ... more
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Manmade earthquakes in Oklahoma on the decline
New regulations in Oklahoma that call for reductions in the amount of wastewater being injected into seismically active areas should significantly decrease the rate of manmade, or "induced," earthqu ... more
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Shale state of Oklahoma says 'thank you' to OPEC
The shale oil and natural gas sector in Oklahoma is on better footing now that OPEC has agreed to cut its production, the state's governor said. ... more
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U.S. wants more up-front talks on planning for oil and gas drilling
The U.S. government said it was revising how it plans for oil and gas drilling, and other resource activity so some of the focus was put at the front-end. ... more
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Statoil starts work at its largest asset in British North Sea
Norwegian energy company Statoil said it was making new strides in the North Sea by moving from planning to development of the region's Mariner oil field. ... more
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French company reconfigured gas supply contracts
French energy company ENGIE said it renegotiated its long-term supply contract with one of the leading natural gas suppliers to the European market. ... more
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Oil prices sputter out of the gates after historic rallies
A drop in crude oil prices that marked an end to the OPEC honeymoon was saved in part by U.S. data showing steady labor gains, though wages remained soft. ... more
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Iran takes note of foreign investors
With Washington keeping its hold on the sanctions noose, the president of oil-rich Iran said foreign investors were moving into its economy. ... more
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Senegal primed as one of the next big oil players
Companies working to exploit frontier oil reserves are working to submit field development plans as quickly as possible, a top executive said. ... more
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Oil-rich Russia sees economic growth ahead
The economy of oil-rich Russia could catch up with the rest of the world in about 10 years if the conditions are right, the country's finance minister said. ... more
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Gas prices steady after OPEC deal
The U.S. national average price for a gallon of gas barely moved the day after one of the biggest rallies ever in crude oil prices, motor club AAA reports. ... more
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OPEC deal more about balance than price
An OPEC agreement to limit oil production for the first time in nearly a decade does more to erase a market surplus than support higher prices, analysis finds. ... more
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Israeli power to get gas from huge offshore field
The partners tapping into one of the largest natural gas fields ever discovered off the coast of Israel said they brokered a power deal worth $2 billion. ... more
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Dallas Fed sees broad-based optimism
A survey from the Federal Reserve Bank said that, even as crude oil production stands still, the broad-based economic consensus was one of optimism. ... more
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Talk of OPEC deal sends oil prices skyrocketing
Oil prices staged one of their largest spikes in years on word that members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries brokered a production deal. ... more
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Dutch court rejects lawsuit over Ivory Coast spill
A Dutch court rejected Wednesday a class-action lawsuit by a foundation claiming to represent more than 100,000 victims of a 2006 toxic spill in Ivory Coast, saying it was unconvinced by the claim. ... more
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A debut of sorts for Norwegian oil
British energy company Centrica said it made its debut in Norway with the submission of plans to develop an oil field in the southern North Sea. ... more
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More LNG exports possible from U.S. ports
Sempra Energy said it filed the necessary paperwork to hasten the development of a port in Texas that could export liquefied natural gas, seen as a strategic asset. ... more
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Baker Hughes creates new fracking unit
Oilfield services company Baker Hughes said it formed a business venture with Goldman Sachs and others that would focus on North American hydraulic fracturing. ... more
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Canada walks oil pipeline tightrope
Canada's prime minister balanced the debate on oil infrastructure by delivering split decisions that drew industry praise and complaints from environmentalists. ... more
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Canada approves tripling capacity of Trans Mountain pipeline to Pacific
Canada on Tuesday approved two new pipelines including one to the Pacific coast that will allow producers to sell into new Asian markets, while rejecting a third project. ... more
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