Energy

Dominion Finds Damaged Fuel Rods at Virginia Nuclear Plant

Dominion Virginia Power has discovered two damaged nuclear fuel rods at its North Anna power plant, 90 miles (140 km) southwest of Washington, and has shut it down, a spokesman said on Tuesday.

Maple Energy Shares Fall 31% in Lima after Deal Fails

Maple Energy Plc dropped 30.53 percent on Tuesday in Lima following its announcement that talks about possibly selling the company ended without a deal. The company's London shares fell 44.

Enbridge: New Bakken Pipeline Delayed Until 2017

Enbridge Inc said on Tuesday it does not expect its planned Sandpiper oil pipeline taking crude from the Bakken oilfield to its mainline system to be in service until 2017,

Louisiana to Get Natural Gas Liquefaction and Fueling Facility

Tenaska Bayou LNG expected to meet growing marine, transportation and oil and gas exploration and production demand on the Gulf Coast Tenaska NG Fuels, LLC and Waller Marine, Inc.

Dana Gas Signs GPEA in Egypt

Dana Gas’ wholly-owned subsidiary, Dana Gas Egypt, has concluded a Gas Production Enhancement Agreement (GPEA) with the Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS)

Italy Could Last Around 3 Months Without Russian Gas

Italian Industry Minister Federica Guidi said on Tuesday that the country's gas stockpiles mean it could get by for around three months if Russia were to suspend

Enbridge Line 9 to Reenter Service in Early November

Enbridge Inc, Canada's largest pipeline company, said on Tuesday it expects Line 9, carrying about 300,000 barrels per day crude oil from Sarnia, Ontario, to Montreal,

Europe LNG Terminal Capacity Seen Ample if Russian Gas Flows Stop

Large unused liquefied natural gas (LNG) capacity could be brought to play should the row between Russia and Ukraine disrupt flows of pipeline gas to the West this winter,

UAE Firm to Build Egypt's First Coal-Fired Power Plant

An Abu Dhabi-based private firm is leading a consortium to build Egypt's first coal-fired power plant in the Suez area to meet the country's acute power shortage,

Spot up on Less Nuclear, Renewables

Less nuclear and thermal supply along with low wind and solar generation levels in the region lifted central European spot prices on Tuesday, traders said. On regional exchanges,

OPEC Oil Output Hits Highest Since 2012

OPEC's oil supply jumped to its highest in almost two years in September, a Reuters survey found, due to further recovery in Libya and higher output from Saudi

Energy, Manufacturing to Lead Obama, Modi Talks

U.S. President Barack Obama and new Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday plan to discuss issues ranging from manufacturing to sanitation as the two leaders aim to deepen ties.

Germany Issues Warrants in CO2 Trading Fraud Probe

German authorities on Tuesday sought the arrest of two Pakistani nationals on suspicion of tax evasion of 136 million euros ($171 million) related to the European carbon market,

Murphy Oil to Sell Nearly a Third of Malaysian Assets

U.S. oil company Murphy Oil Corp said it would sell 30 percent of its oil and gas assets in Malaysia for $2 billion in cash to Indonesian state-oil company Pertamina

Crude Oil Free Trade is in US Interests

U.S. oil refiners have been among the biggest beneficiaries of free trade in the last decade, so it is ironic some continue to lobby hard to maintain the protectionist ban on crude exports.

S.Africa's Transnet in $2.1b BHP Coal Train Deal

South African state logistics company Transnet said on Tuesday it had signed a 24 billion rand ($2.1 billion) deal with global mining group BHP Billiton to provide

Protesters in Eastern Libya Close Second Oilfield

Protesters blocking Libya's Abu Attifel oilfield closed another field, blocked a road and seized a company plane, a security official and activist said on Tuesday.

Enbridge Boosts Capital Growth Plan to $44b

 Enbridge Inc. has boosted its capital growth plan to $44 billion through 2018, with Canada's largest pipeline operator looking to rebalance its asset mix to include

Report: Value of Clean Energy Products Rising

Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation, a supplier of Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) and Seawater Air  Conditioning (SWAC) Systems worldwide, announced that Harbinger Research,

New Acreage in Algeria

Statoil and Shell were today awarded the Timissit Permit Licence in the Illizi-Ghadames Basin onshore Algeria. The licence is located in southeastern Algeria

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