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Pakistan courting LNG suppliers
A report Thursday from the Platts energy news service says Pakistan is on the cusp of receiving liquefied natural gas supplies from international companies.
EU envisions more energy independence
The European Union needs an ambitious set of policies in place to increase security related to its energy supplies, the European energy commissioner said.
Gazprom looks to future in Kazakhstan
Russian natural gas company Gazprom said it was considering extending its working relationship with its counterparts in Kazakhstan through the 2030s.
Statoil to test offshore Colombia
Norwegian energy company Statoil said it was taking a strategic bet by gaining early access to deepwater reserves off the coast of Colombia.
British shale debate town snubs permit
A British advocacy group said Wednesday it applauded a decision from a city council at the heart of the country's shale debate to reject a drilling permit.
Tullow wins appeal on Uganda oil claims
London based energy company Tullow Oil said Wednesday it received a favorable ruling from a London court of appeals in a simmering dispute over Ugandan assets.
BHP Billiton lifted by U.S. shale oil
Australian natural resources company BHP Billiton said Wednesday onshore operations in the United States helped boost its oil production by 4 percent.
EIA: Iran still hurt by sanctions
International sanctions still inhibit Iran's ability to attract foreign investments to its energy sector, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said.