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Cyprus likely partner as Israel mulls gas exports, but Turkey beckons

Israel is studying its options for exporting its natural gas riches in the east Mediterranean, but instability in neighboring Egypt and friction with former ally Turkey are blocking possible undersea pipeline links with them to take the gas to Europe.

Venezuela to raise domestic gas prices?

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro signaled that he wants to raise gasoline prices, which are considered among the cheapest in the world at around 5 cents a gallon.

Oil-by-rail deliveries up year-on-year, rail group says

U.S. rail delivery of petroleum and petroleum products was up 10.4 percent last week from the same period in 2012, the American Association of Railroads said.

Johan Sverdrup oil partners expect development decision in 2014

Partners in the Johan Sverdrup oil field off the Norwegian coast said Friday they'd optimize a development plan but production may come later than planned.

Oil services company Technip sets roots in China

French energy services contractor Technip said Friday it signed a five-year deal with its Chinese counterparts to help exploit reserves in Chinese waters.

Northern Gateway project welcomed -- and called 'unsafe'

The Northern Gateway oil pipeline for western Canadian ports drew criticism despite support from the regulatory National Energy Board.

Oil producing areas in South Sudan engulfed by conflict

The acting governor of oil-rich Unity state in South Sudan said at least 16 people were killed during clashes there between oil workers and rival tribes.

British official: Shale could reduce Europe's dependence on imports

British Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Ed Davey said shale natural gas may help reduce the European energy sector's dependence on Russia.

Petrobras declares commercial potential of two offshore fields

Brazil's Petrobras energy company said it sent notices to the Brazilian government advising that two offshore oil and gas prospects have commercial potential.

Italy's Eni signs agreement with Transparency International

Italian energy company Eni said it signed an agreement with Transparency International to collaborate on ways to assess the impact of corruption.

API official: U.S. petroleum demand suggests stronger economy

American Petroleum Institute Chief Economist John Felmy said the increase in petroleum demand for November suggested the U.S. economy was getting stronger.
Putin: Greenpeace should not 'raise a clamor'

Putin: Greenpeace should not 'raise a clamor'

Russian President Vladimir Putin said holding a large group of Greenpeace activists should serve as a lesson to environmental groups.

EU extends probe of 'eco-levy' breaks given to German industry

The European Commission said this week it is moving ahead with a probe of financial breaks given to German industry under the country's green energy law.
Fukushima's last two reactors to be decommissioned

Fukushima's last two reactors to be decommissioned

Tokyo Electric Power Company, operator of Japan's stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant, will decommission the facility's two remaining reactors, Units 5 and 6.

Iraqi Kurds pump oil to Turkey amid fears of new clash

Iraq's semiautonomous Kurdish enclave has reportedly started pumping oil direct to neighboring Turkey via a new pipeline even though Baghdad has not approved the landmark deal between the Kurds and Ankara, raising concerns of a new clash with Baghdad.

BG Group starts gas production in Bolivia

British energy company BG Group said Thursday it started commercial natural gas production from the second phase of its Itau project in Bolivia.
House Democrats want hearings on fracking quakes

House Democrats want hearings on fracking quakes

Ranking Democrats serving on House energy committees have called for hearings to discuss possible seismic activity associated with hydraulic fracturing.

Gulfsands optimistic despite Moroccan gas disappointment

Gulfsands Petroleum Chief Executive Officer Mahdi Sajjad said Thursday he was optimistic about commercial gas prospects in Morocco despite a slow start.

Enbridge, TransCanada work on leak detection

Energy companies Enbridge Inc. and TransCanada Corp. said they signed a partnership agreement to conduct research into pipeline leak detection in Canada.

Whiting refinery overhaul a win for Indiana, BP says

BP said its overhaul of the Whiting oil refinery in Indiana represents the largest private sector investment in state history.

Technip lands $400 million oil services contract in Kuwait

French energy services contractor Technip said a $400 million contract to help with oil and gas infrastructure in Kuwait is its largest ever.

Yamal LNG transformative, Novatek says

Chairman of Russian energy company Novatek Leonid Mikhelson said a decision to move forward with the Yamal LNG project would transform the energy sector.

North Dakota grants more support to oil, gas counties

North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple said grants of nearly $10 million for state oil- and gas-producing counties will help the education system cope with expansion.

U.S. budget deal gives win to oil industry

Eric Milito, a director at the American Petroleum Institute, said the nod for an energy agreement with Mexico transforms the regional offshore energy sector.

Santos announces shale gas success in Australia

Australian energy company Santos said Thursday natural gas was flowing from the country's Cooper shale reserve basin at a rate of 3 million cubic feet per day.
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