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Ukraine launches restricted operation

 Ukrainian forces launched a "special operation" on Tuesday against separatist militia in the Russian-speaking East, authorities said, although aside from a landing

TransAlta: Preferred Bidder for Australian Power Plant

Canadian power company TransAlta Corp said on Tuesday it has been selected as the preferred bidder to build a A$550 million ($510 million) natural-gas fired generating station in South Hedland,

OSC Plans Fleet Expansion through 2018

State-owned Oman Shipping Company SAOC (OSC) is projecting to expand its current fleet of 43 ships to 50 by 2018, the Oman Daily Observer reported. According to the report,

UK Well Placed to Deal with Potential Russian Gas Export Cut

Britain is well placed to deal with the possibility of a Russian cutoff of gas to Europe during the Ukraine crisis, because it receives most of its imports from

Evolution or Revolution? LNG and the Railroads

Electro-Motive Diesel, the world's largest diesel locomotive manufacturer, has taken delivery of the first of four specially designed liquefied natural gas (LNG)

Bulgaria, Azerbaijan Discuss Possible LNG Supplies

Bulgaria, almost fully dependent on Russian gas supplies, has discussed the possibility of imports from Azerbaijan in case gas supplies from Russia via Ukraine are disrupted,

First Japan-Built Marine Gas Engine DNV Approved

Kawasaki Heavy Industries says that its gas engine L30KG, a main engine for large vessels fueled solely by gas with an output capacity of over 2 MW,  has become

LNG Bunkering Will Develop Fast - LR Study

Lloyd's Register’s (LR) LNG Bunkering Infrastructural Survey 2014 indicates that major ports around the world are either planning for, or are anticipating, the wide-scale development of LNG bunkering.

California Lawmaker drops Plan Replacing Carbon Market With Tax On Fuels

A top Democratic lawmaker in California on Monday backed off an unpopular plan to tax gasoline and diesel fuels and instead proposed a less controversial plan to

Obama Tells Putin U.S. Wants Diplomatic Solution In Ukraine

U.S. President Barack Obama told Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday that the United States preferred a diplomatic solution to the crisis in Ukraine but

Emboldened Canada Pipeline Opponents Push For Referendum

Opponents of Canada's Northern Gateway pipeline, bolstered by a coastal town's vote against the project, said on Monday they will now push harder for a provincial

Eni's New Head Caught between Russia and New Frontiers

Claudio Descalzi faces a delicate balancing act as he takes the helm of Italian oil major Eni - guaranteeing Italy's gas supply by nurturing relations with Russia,

US Renews ConocoPhillips' Permit for Alaska LNG Export

The U.S. Energy Department on Monday renewed ConocoPhillips' permit allowing the company to export liquefied natural gas from Kenai, Alaska to all countries. The approval was expected.

BG's Singapore Move Seen Cutting Big UK Tax Bill

When BG Group Plc announced last week it was shifting the headquarters of its oil and liquefied natural gas (LNG) trading operation to Singapore from Britain, it

Israeli gas promises better regional ties

Israel in talks with Egypt, Turkey on major gas export deals; Turkey pipeline may start construction H2 2015. Israel's drive to export its new-found natural

Encana unit to sell US assets to Stabilis Energy

Liquid natural gas supplier Stabilis Energy said on Monday it would buy most of the U.S. assets of Encana Natural Gas Inc, a unit of Canada's Encana Corp, for an undisclosed price.

Shift to Low-Carbon Energy or Face Consequences: UN Report

A United Nations report says that governments must act faster to keep global warming in check and delays until 2030 could force them to use little-tested technologies

Act Fast To Curb Global Warming, Or Extract CO2 From Air - UN

 Faster action is needed to keep global warming to agreed limits and delays until 2030 could force reliance on technologies to    extract greenhouse gases from the air, a U.

Hints Of Possible Deal On Ukraine Gas Emerge At G20

 Behind statements that Russia will not budge in demanding Ukraine repay its debts for its natural gas deliveries, hints    emerged at a meeting of G20 finance

Ohio Links Fracking with Earthquakes, Announces Tougher Rules

Ohio regulators announced new rules for oil and gas drilling on Friday after evidence emerged linking the hydraulic fracturing extraction method, known as fracking, to recent earthquakes.

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