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June 16, 2016
Climate consequences of oil price uncertainty could be significant
Vienna, Austra (SPX) Jun 16, 2016
Sustained high (US$110-120 per barrel) or low (US$40-55 per barrel) oil prices could have an important impact on future carbon dioxide emissions, according to a new study published in the journal Nature Energy. The magnitude of the impact is found to depend not just on oil prices, but also on other uncertainties connected to energy supply and demand technologies, alternative resources and climate policy. Based on the authors' calculations, the emissions differences resulting from vastly diverging ... read more

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Conoco given protection order after Alberta release
An Alberta regulator issued an environmental protection order to Conoco Phillips after a leak from a natural gas plant soiled a nearby waterway. ... more
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Oil prices move lower even as demand pressures mount
Crude oil prices took a nosedive Tuesday even after the International Energy Agency said demand was moving higher against short-term disruptions in supply. ... more
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U.S. pipeline law heads to Obama's desk
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Midwest gas prices pull national average higher
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Iran boasts of post-sanctions oil performance
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Nigerian oil production at historic low
Nigerian crude oil production in May was the lowest in more than a decade because of militant activity in the Niger Delta, a report from OPEC said. ... more
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Rigs returning to service in North Dakota
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Norway's oil economy down, but not out
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Balance, Brexit concerns drag on oil prices
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Scotland to fund retraining for unemployed energy workers
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Iran confirms oil shipment for Shell
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Jobs losses mount for British oil and gas
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Attacks hit one of Nigeria's main oil pipelines
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Russia sees economic growth as "imminent"
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European woes dampen rally for oil prices
Crude oil prices threatened to drift back below $50 per barrel Friday on concerns major world economies have yet to put the recession behind them. ... more
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Russian LNG gets financial support
The leader of a Russian liquefied natural gas project targeting the Asia-Pacific market said it received its first tranche of a loan from national lenders. ... more
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Alberta mounts low-carbon offensive
Still reeling from wildfires that hampered its oil sector, Alberta's government said it was now forming a study panel to help with a low-carbon transition. ... more
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BP creates Norwegian oil, gas major
British energy company BP said it was teaming up with a Norwegian counterpart to create what's designed to be one of the biggest regional producers. ... more
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House moves bill to ensure oil, gas pipeline safety
House leaders announced the passage of a bill that would help fund federal regulatory efforts and authorize inquiries into leaks like the one in California. ... more
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Russian company brings more oil online in Iraq
Production from three new wells brought online at the Badra oil field add to the total daily output from OPEC-member Iraq, a Russian field operator said. ... more
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