Energy

Leaky Equipment, Not Fracking, Behind Tainted US Water -Study

The contamination of water supplies near U.S. shale gas fields appears to be the result of leaky cement wells and casings and not the controversial production technique of hydraulic fracturing,

New Alberta Premier Names Oberle Energy Minister

Jim Prentice, sworn in on Monday as the premier of the Canadian province of Alberta following his successful run for leadership of the ruling Progressive Conservative party,

Finland Puts New Nuclear Plant Plan in Doubt

Finland's economy minister has rejected an application from power utility Teollisuuden Voima (TVO) to extend the permit for a new nuclear reactor in the west of the country,

Mideast Crude Tanker Rates Near 3-month Low

Crude oil tanker earnings on the major Middle East route fell to their lowest in nearly three months as a slowdown in business in recent days battered rate sentiment.

Total Weighs Impact of New Russia Sanctions

France's Total said on Monday it was assessing the consequences of the new set of sanctions on Russia, but that it was continuing work on Russian projects as planned.

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Oil Hits Two-Year Low; Dollar Rises Ahead of Fed

Brent crude fell below $97 per barrel on Monday to its lowest in more than two years as lackluster economic data from China damped prospects for oil demand at a time of abundant supply,

Pressure Grows on Leviathan to Finalize Gas Deals

The group developing Israel's giant Leviathan gas field is running out of time to clinch binding major supply deals with Egypt and Jordan to ensure government support

Fugro Wraps Up Gwyn t Môr Cable Work

Aberdeen-based Fugro Subsea Services Limited (FSSL) has completed the trenching and burial of inter-array cables for CT Offshore at the Gwyn t Môr wind farm in the Irish Sea off the North Wales coast.

Brazil to Hold Next Oil Rights Auction in 2015

Brazil will hold the 13th round of its oil rights auctions in the first half of next year, a senior mines and energy ministry official said on Monday. Marco Antonio Martins,

USCG, Enbridge to Conduct Oil Spill Response Exercise

The Coast Guard 9th District, partner agencies, and Enbridge Energy Limited Partnership will conduct a full-scale oil spill response exercise in Indian River, Michigan, Wednesday.

Increased Renewables Drive Spot Prices Lower

Central European day ahead power fell on Monday due to forecasts for rising renewable generation as the Hungarian spot spread narrowed on higher import capacity, traders said.

Second Oil Well at Brazil's Libra Field Set for Drilling

A second exploration oil well at Brazil's Libra field will be drilled this month, the managing director for Total SA in Brazil told Reuters on Monday. Drilling on the first well began in August.

Frontier Announces 70% Turnover Increase

Frontier International, specialists in international oil and gas resourcing, has ended the first half of 2014 with an annualized turnover of £21.5million – a 70%

Wentworth Sees Surging Cash Flow After Tanzania Gas Deal

Oil explorer Wentworth Resources expects its cash flow to surge from the first quarter of next year as it earns revenues from a new gas sales deal at its Mnazi Bay and Msimbati Gas fields in Tanzania,

ProSep Appoints McPherson for Middle East

Houston headquartered oil, gas and water treatment specialist, ProSep has appointed a General Manger for the Middle East as it plans for significant growth in the region.

Russia's Energy Minister to Meet OPEC as Oil Price Falls More

Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak will meet OPEC officials on Tuesday in Vienna, his spokeswoman said, as oil's price fall piled pressure on Moscow's budget.

White to Lead Harkand Engineering Services in Europe

Harkand has announced the appointment of a new head of engineering services in Europe. In a new role for the company, Alan White will oversee the current 40-strong

Finland's Greens to Resign from Government if it Backs Nuclear Plant

The Green Party will exit Finland's five-party government if the coalition on Thursday decides to support Fennovoima's Finnish-Russian nuclear project, the party's leader said on Monday.

China to Ban Imports of High Ash, High Sulphur Coal

China will restrict imports and the sale of coal with high ash and high sulphur content starting from January 2015 in a bid to tackle air pollution, the National

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