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$3 gas could make a comeback

$3 gas could make a comeback

Analyses from GasBuddy and AAA show U.S. retail gasoline prices are plummeting and could reach $3 per gallon in some markets by the end of the year.
Daniel J. Graeber
British company gives up on Polish shale

British company gives up on Polish shale

3Legs Resources, a company exploring the shale natural gas potential in Poland, said Wednesday it was giving up because of a lack of commercial prospects.
Daniel J. Graeber
Tony Hayward: Kurdish oil sector open for business

Tony Hayward: Kurdish oil sector open for business

The Kurdish north of Iraq is secured and positioned to become a global leader in the energy sector, the top executive at Genel Energy said from Istanbul.
Daniel J. Graeber
Pay up, Gazprom tells Ukraine

Pay up, Gazprom tells Ukraine

The future relationship between Ukraine and natural gas company Gazprom depends on resolving lingering debt issues, the Russian company said.
Daniel J. Graeber
Modernization of Brazilian Army helicopters to continue

Modernization of Brazilian Army helicopters to continue

Modernization of Brazilian Army's AS365 K Panther helicopters is to continue following the first aircraft passing technical-operational evaluation.
Richard Tomkins
Starbucks testing smaller Frappuccinos

Starbucks testing smaller Frappuccinos

Starbucks is testing what it's calling the Frappuccino Mini in two cities.
Heather Records
Anheuser-Busch not satisfied with the way NFL has handled recent incidents

Anheuser-Busch not satisfied with the way NFL has handled recent incidents

Fallout continues about the way the NFL handled the Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson incidents.
Heather Records
First MT30 engine for Korean Navy frigates passes acceptance tests

First MT30 engine for Korean Navy frigates passes acceptance tests

Rolls-Royce's first MT30 gas turbine engine for South Korea's FFX frigate program passes acceptance tests.
Richard Tomkins
New National Security Cutter delivered to Coast Guard

New National Security Cutter delivered to Coast Guard

Ingalls Shipbuilding has delivered a fourth National Security Cutter to the U.S. Coast Guard following the completion of acceptance trials.
Richard Tomkins

Rheinmetall, KBR in joint venture bid for British defense entity

Rheinmetall Defense reports it has partnered with KBR in a joint venture bid for Britain's Defense Support Group.
Richard Tomkins
Boeing exploring collaboration with Danish firm to develop UAV

Boeing exploring collaboration with Danish firm to develop UAV

Boeing has signed an agreement with Denmark's Sky-Watch on possible assistance in the development of a vertical take-off and landing unmanned aerial vehicle.
Richard Tomkins
New Navy support services contract for PAE

New Navy support services contract for PAE

Support services at a Navy and Marine Corps training range will continue to be provided by PAE under a cost-plus-fixed-fee contract worth up to $359 million.
Richard Tomkins
Canada airlifting ammunition to Iraq

Canada airlifting ammunition to Iraq

The Canadian military is to airlift ammunition donated by the Czech Republic to Iraq in the fight against Islamic State terrorists threatening the country.
Richard Tomkins
Creator of 'Honey Badger Don't Care' brand sues for trademark infringement

Creator of 'Honey Badger Don't Care' brand sues for trademark infringement

Christopher Gordon, the creator of the viral video "The Crazy Nastyass Honey Badger," sued two t-shirt companies for copyright infringement on merchandise.
Aileen Graef
Gas onus on Ukraine, Gazprom says

Gas onus on Ukraine, Gazprom says

Reliable natural gas deliveries to Europe depend largely on contractual issues in Ukraine, Russian energy company Gazprom said Tuesday.
Daniel J. Graeber
Bad wells, not fracking, spoiling water

Bad wells, not fracking, spoiling water

It's bad well design, not hydraulic fracturing itself, that's leading to contamination of drinking water, research led by Ohio State University finds.
Daniel J. Graeber
TransCanada reapplies for Keystone XL

TransCanada reapplies for Keystone XL

The company behind the planned Keystone XL oil pipeline said it had to re-apply for a construction permit in South Dakota because of approval delays.
Daniel J. Graeber
Make the green choice, global panel urges

Make the green choice, global panel urges

Former Mexican President Felipe Calderon, lead author of a climate report, said Tuesday the notion that a low-carbon agenda is stifling is a "false dilemma."
Daniel J. Graeber
OECD: Economic growth uneven

OECD: Economic growth uneven

On the heels of reports predicting low oil demand, a director at the OECD said from France the global economy was expanding at only a moderate pace.
Daniel J. Graeber
Alaska's governor upset with BP move

Alaska's governor upset with BP move

Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell said he was "extremely disappointed" with a decision by British energy company BP to cuts its workforce in the state.
Daniel J. Graeber
Kurds challenge latest Iraqi oil claims

Kurds challenge latest Iraqi oil claims

Settling claims over which entity has the authority to sell Iraqi crude oil is a matter for the Iraqi courts, the Kurdistan Regional Government said.
Daniel J. Graeber
United offers flight attendants $100,000 buyouts

United offers flight attendants $100,000 buyouts

United Airlines is offering $100,000 buyouts to flight attendants as it attempts to cut costs after being the only major airline to post a loss this quarter.
Aileen Graef
Norway oil production rises

Norway oil production rises

Oil production from Norwegian territory in August was 10 percent higher than what was predicted, the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate said Tuesday.
Daniel J. Graeber
Technip lands refinery contract in Bahrain

Technip lands refinery contract in Bahrain

French engineering company Technip said Tuesday it won a refinery contract in Bahrain that could increase output by 34 percent.
Daniel J. Graeber

Lockheed tests aircraft laser turret

A turret designed for use on a fighter aircraft and with a high-energy laser weapon has been tested by Lockheed Martin.
Richard Tomkins
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