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Natural Gas Exports Could Shift Power in U.S. Energy

In foreign markets, natural gas carries a much higher price than it does domestically, but if exports grow as predicted, prices here could jump. The U.S. has a glut of natural gas, and according to free market theory, it should ...

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Iraq to supply crude oil and natural gas to Egypt and Jordan

Mr Tarek El Molla, Egypt’s minister of petroleum, said that Egypt signed a memorandum of understanding on Sunday to receive crude oil and natural gas from Iraq. The petroleum ministry statement said that the agreement was part of a deal ...

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Natural gas losing its shine as Asia holds faith in coal power

The shine is coming off once bright prospects for natural gas as the future fossil fuel of choice in Asia as power companies in India and Southeast Asia tap abundant and cheap domestic coal resources to generate electricity. Asian loyalty ...

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Tamar gas production increases offshore Israel

Noble Energy says its Israel’s natural gas sales volumes averaged 303 MMcf/d (8.6 MMcm/d) during 3Q 2015, an increase of 15% over the same period in 2014. This was due to strong seasonal weather demand and good reservoir and facility performance. In ...

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Natural gas flows for the first time to Oakdale

This heating season, a major natural gas expansion project is bringing a new heating fuel to the Oakdale area, US. Alliant Energy’s Wisconsin utility has started serving residents and businesses in and around the area with safe, reliable and cost-effective ...

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Natural-Gas Glut Keeps Pressure on Prices

As campaign slogans go, “Drill, baby, drill” is starting to sound as quaint as Barack Obama’s “Yes we can!” or Jimmy Carter’s “Not just peanuts.” A big reason is that a barrel of crude only fetches peanuts these days at less than ...

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Natural gas is crucial to Massachusetts energy grid

Boston Globe reported that sometimes it’s hard to accept yes for an answer. Does Massachusetts need significantly more natural gas to reduce sky-high energy and heating costs, continue to meet its climate goals, enable the robust development of renewable energy ...

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China’s slowing demand burns global gas giants

The energy industry over-estimated just how much natural gas China needs and global oil-and-gas companies risk paying a heavy price. When China’s economy hummed along a few years ago, energy companies from Australia to Canada bet its demand for natural ...

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Six Reasons Natural Gas Prices are Staying Down

The critical natural gas transit country, Ukraine, reached a supply agreement in the last week of September with the EU’s largest fuel supply partner: Russia. One could argue that this agreement could actually have come too late. Natural gas supply ...

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Natural gas will be X-factor in SA’s energy mix Report

According to a new report from Econometrix, natural gas must play a major role in South Africa’s future energy mix. Mr Rob Jeffrey, MD of Econometrix, said that “Gas is necessary for South Africa to meet its target growth rates ...

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