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Sikorsky officially rolls-out CH-53K King Stallion

Sikorsky officially rolls-out CH-53K King Stallion

CH-53K heavy lift helicopter, being built for the U.S, Marine Corps, is officially unveiled by Sikorsky Aircraft.
Richard Tomkins
Eaton, Astronics join in Bell Helicopter's V-280 program

Eaton, Astronics join in Bell Helicopter's V-280 program

Bell Helicopters' program to develop a third-generation tilt-rotor aircraft for the U.S. Army has been joined by Eaton and Astronics Advanced Electric Systems.
Richard Tomkins
Sabine, Forest join forces in Texas shale

Sabine, Forest join forces in Texas shale

Two companies, Sabine Oil & Gas and Forest Oil Corp., said Tuesday they signed a merger agreement to become one of the largest entities working in East Texas.
Daniel J. Graeber
Iran keeps links to Chinese energy companies

Iran keeps links to Chinese energy companies

Chinese companies still welcome in Iran's energy sector, but those not meeting their obligations are a source of frustration, the oil minister said Tuesday.
Daniel J. Graeber
Oil sent from Canada by rail increasing

Oil sent from Canada by rail increasing

Crude oil exported from Canada by rail topped 140,000 barrels per day during fourth quarter 2013, nearly double the 2012 figures, a regulator said.
Daniel J. Graeber
Oklahoma earthquakes tied to oil, gas work

Oklahoma earthquakes tied to oil, gas work

The U.S. and Oklahoma Geological Surveys said an increase in earthquakes in the state may be attributed to heightened oil and gas activity.
Daniel J. Graeber
Iran says its gas could reach Iraqi market

Iran says its gas could reach Iraqi market

A deputy oil minister in Iran said Tuesday there could be natural gas sent to power stations in southern Iraq during the current calendar year.
Daniel J. Graeber
Transocean to form North Sea business unit

Transocean to form North Sea business unit

Drilling contractor Transocean said it planned to create a subsidiary that will take eight rigs to conduct operations in the British waters of the North Sea.
Daniel J. Graeber
Israeli gas may be bound for Egypt

Israeli gas may be bound for Egypt

Noble Energy said it was considering sending as much as 440 trillion cubic feet of natural gas per day from the Tamar field offshore Israel to a plant in Egypt.
Daniel J. Graeber
Oil discovery made onshore Egypt

Oil discovery made onshore Egypt

Exploration company Sea Dragon Energy announced Tuesday it encountered oil while drilling into an Egyptian basin on the west side of the Gulf of Suez.
Daniel J. Graeber
RWE Dea wades into Azeri waters

RWE Dea wades into Azeri waters

German energy company RWE Dea said Tuesday it signed an agreement to examine the oil and gas potential in the shallow waters off the coast of Azerbaijan.
Daniel J. Graeber
U.S. study blames fossil fuels for climate change

U.S. study blames fossil fuels for climate change

A U.S. government report published Tuesday finds the change in weather patterns over the least 50 years is tied largely to the burning of fossil fuels.
Daniel J. Graeber
Fire Scout unmanned helicopter readied for sea-based flight testing

Fire Scout unmanned helicopter readied for sea-based flight testing

Protection of sensors aboard an unmanned helicopter from electromagnetic signal interference is being tested prior to sea-based flight tests.
Richard Tomkins
Oshkosh displaying new M-ATV variants

Oshkosh displaying new M-ATV variants

Oshkosh Defense says it has developed new variants of MRAP all-terrain vehicles and is displaying them at an exhibition this week in Jordan.
Richard Tomkins
MBDA to research adaption of naval missile for land use

MBDA to research adaption of naval missile for land use

Britain's Ministry of Defense has tasked missile-maker MBDA to research adaption of its naval air defense system for use by the Royal Army.
Richard Tomkins

IBM introduces new data protection software, services

Two new solutions to help protect company data from cyber-attack have been introduced by IBM, which entered the cyber-security business in 2011.
Richard Tomkins
Enhanced targeting, piloting systems ordered from Lockheed Martin

Enhanced targeting, piloting systems ordered from Lockheed Martin

A new production contract for targeting and piloting systems for U.S. Army and Indonesian operated AH-64 helicopters has been given to Lockheed Martin.
Richard Tomkins
Sony makes a tape that can store 185 TB

Sony makes a tape that can store 185 TB

Sony unveiled a new magnetic tape that can store up to 185 terabytes of data, or the equivalent of 3,700 Blu-ray discs on a single cartridge.
Ananth Baliga
Target chairman and CEO resigns amid data breach fallout

Target chairman and CEO resigns amid data breach fallout

Target chairman and CEO Gregg Steinhafel resigned Monday in the wake of continuing fallout from a massive data breach last December.
Aileen Graef
Amazon users can add items to shopping cart directly from Twitter

Amazon users can add items to shopping cart directly from Twitter

Amazon announced a partnership with Twitter that allows users to link both accounts and add products to their shopping cart by using the hashtag #AmazonCart.
Ananth Baliga
Oxy production up nearly 4 percent year-on-year

Oxy production up nearly 4 percent year-on-year

U.S. energy company Occidental Petroleum said Monday its domestic oil production increased 3.7 percent from the same time last year.
Daniel J. Graeber
Rail service returning to Lynchburg, Va.

Rail service returning to Lynchburg, Va.

Some of the railcars involved in last week's accident involving a train carrying crude oil through Lynchburg, Va., were moved, CSX Corp. said.
Daniel J. Graeber
Kerry, oil majors, see bright future for Angola

Kerry, oil majors, see bright future for Angola

Some of the biggest energy companies in the world are in Angola to the benefit of the nation's economy, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said.
Daniel J. Graeber
EU expects growth, but sees risks from energy

EU expects growth, but sees risks from energy

The European economy is expected to recover, though any major disruption to oil and gas supplies would be a setback, the European Commission said Monday.
Daniel J. Graeber
Vietnam upset by Chinese energy work offshore

Vietnam upset by Chinese energy work offshore

China National Offshore Oil Corp. is operating in waters claimed by the government of Vietnam, a spokesman for the Vietnamese government said.
Daniel J. graeber
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