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Moniz: Grid needs protection from cyberattacks

Moniz: Grid needs protection from cyberattacks

The U.S. Energy Department released new guidelines it says will help protect the nation's grid from a cyberattack.
Daniel J. Graeber
Libya re-opens key oil terminal

Libya re-opens key oil terminal

The Libyan National Oil Company announced it lifted an emergency declaration on oil operations at its Zueitina terminal in the east of the country.
Daniel J. Graeber
Lockheed gets production order for Patriot missile modification

Lockheed gets production order for Patriot missile modification

Lockheed Martin is set to enhance the capabilities of the Patriot anti-missile interceptor with new motor, fins.
Richard Tomkins
Siemens to make bid on Alstom if it gets similar access as GE

Siemens to make bid on Alstom if it gets similar access as GE

German company Siemens entered the takeover war surrounding Alstom, saying it will make an offer if it gets the same access to financial information as GE did.
Ananth Baliga
AOL looks into data breach, says user data compromised

AOL looks into data breach, says user data compromised

AOL has asked millions of users to change their passwords and security questions after confirming a cyber attack affecting a small portion of its users.
Ananth Baliga
First flight test for fully configured MC-27J transport/gunship

First flight test for fully configured MC-27J transport/gunship

A fully configured multi-mission tactical transport/gunship by Alenia Aermacchi has completed its first flight test in Italy, the company announced.
Richard Tomkins

CHS Middle East LLC providing medical services in Iraq

U.S.-headquartered medical services company CHS Middle East LLC selected to provide medical treatment to U.S. contractors at Balad Air Base in Iraq.
Richard Tomkins
Government, industry experts to discuss biometrics

Government, industry experts to discuss biometrics

The technology and challenges of biometrics will be scrutinized at a Virginia symposium organized by Technology Training Corporation.
Richard Tomkins
Raytheon tests new passive receiver for Tomahawk cruise missile

Raytheon tests new passive receiver for Tomahawk cruise missile

Raytheon tests passive seeker it's developing for use with Tomahawk Block IV cruise missiles.
Richard Tomkins
BAE to continue servicing cruisers, destroyers at Pearl Harbor

BAE to continue servicing cruisers, destroyers at Pearl Harbor

U.S. Navy destroyers and cruisers, homeported or visiting Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, are to receive maintenance, repair and modernization services from BAE Systems.
Richard Tomkins
Pfizer confirms $100 billion bid for AstraZeneca

Pfizer confirms $100 billion bid for AstraZeneca

Pfizer has contacted AstraZeneca to buy the company in a multibillion dollar deal, possibly the biggest-ever foreign takeover of a British business.
Ananth Baliga
Math error halts Bank of America's stock buy back and dividend increase

Math error halts Bank of America's stock buy back and dividend increase

Bank of America has had to halt its proposed stock buy back and dividend increase because of a math error in its stress test submission to the Federal Reserve.
Ananth Baliga
Alibaba and UCWeb partner to launch new mobile search service

Alibaba and UCWeb partner to launch new mobile search service

Alibaba is partnering with mobile browser company UCWeb to launch a mobile only search service to cater to China's growing smartphone users.
Ananth Baliga
Scotland funds low-carbon research at universities

Scotland funds low-carbon research at universities

The Scottish government is offering more than $30 million to three universities to help the country meet its renewable energy targets.
Daniel J. Graeber
Rosneft, Exxon to explore Russian arctic

Rosneft, Exxon to explore Russian arctic

Russian oil company Rosneft said it was moving ahead with a joint effort with Exxon Mobil to explore for hydrocarbons in the arctic waters of Russia.
Daniel J. Graeber
RWE nearly done with Gwynt y Mor wind farm

RWE nearly done with Gwynt y Mor wind farm

German energy company RWE said Monday it finished installing foundations off the British coast for what will be one of the largest wind farms in the world.
Daniel J. Graeber
Kerosene made from CO2 and water

Kerosene made from CO2 and water

The European Commission said Monday a type of kerosene was manufactured in the laboratory using a process that involves solar power, carbon dioxide and water.
Daniel J. Graeber
Moroccan reserves target of Gulfsands Petroleum campaign

Moroccan reserves target of Gulfsands Petroleum campaign

Gulfsands Petroleum, which has headquarters in London, said Monday it planned to spend $3.5 million to develop newly-acquired acreage in northern Morocco.
Daniel J. Graeber
Levant basin rich in reserves for Israel

Levant basin rich in reserves for Israel

While less than the Tamar and Leviathan prospects off the Israeli coast, the Oz license area may hold significant deposits of oil and gas, a study finds.
Daniel J. Graeber
Iran, Russia discuss electricity deals

Iran, Russia discuss electricity deals

Iranian Energy Minister Hamid Chitchian said his government was hoping to work on modernizing the nation's energy grid with help from Russia.
Daniel J. Graeber
Native Americans cry foul over Keystone XL

Native Americans cry foul over Keystone XL

The proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada will be a "death warrant" for Native Americans if passed by the U.S. government, a tribal president said.
Daniel J. Graeber
Premier Oil finds reserves in Indonesia, Pakistan

Premier Oil finds reserves in Indonesia, Pakistan

Premier Oil, which has headquarters in London, said Monday it made a gas discovery in Pakistan and found oil while drilling off the coast of Indonesia.
Daniel J. Graeber
Russia sees regional energy talks in May

Russia sees regional energy talks in May

Members of the European Union will join Ukrainian and Russian delegates at the negotiating table for energy talks next month, a Russian official said Monday.
Daniel J. Graeber
Microsoft reveals new zero-day vulnerability affecting Internet Explorer

Microsoft reveals new zero-day vulnerability affecting Internet Explorer

Microsoft confirmed Saturday that a new security vulnerability was affecting all versions of Internet Explorer by allowing "limited, targeted attacks."
Ananth Baliga
Fort Huachuca getting solar array

Fort Huachuca getting solar array

Tucson Electric Power is to provide Fort Huachuca in Arizona with solar power.
Richard Tomkins
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