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Texas, N.D. oil push imports down
Oil production from shale basins in North Dakota and Texas are the primary reason for a decline in U.S. oil imports, data published Thursday show.
Shell committed to Ukrainian shale
Russia's state media RIA Novosti said it's received word Royal Dutch Shell remains committed to shale gas reserves in Ukraine despite the violence.
DNO committed to Kurdish oil
Norwegian energy company DNO said Thursday it remains committed to work in the Kurdish north of Iraq, despite evolving security concerns.
Oil spill reported in North Dakota
The government of North Dakota said it was responding to an oil spill from a broken pipeline in the northern part of the state near the Canadian border.
Scotland signs off on new wind project
Spanish energy company Iberdrola said it received consent from the Scottish government to build 23 wind turbines at a site near the country's western coast.
Iraq worried by terrorist ties to oil
The Iraqi government said Wednesday it was troubled by the alleged sale of crude oil from parts of the country under the control of a Sunni terrorist group.
Maryland set for offshore wind energy
Acreage off the Maryland coast could generate enough energy for 300,000 homes in a program from Texas energy company U.S. Wind Inc., the U.S. government said.
Iran wants to develop mini-LNG plants
An Iranian official said Wednesday to expect a call to investors to help back the development of small-scale liquefied natural gas facilities in two months.
Feds pressed on offshore drilling
The federal government is called on to open all U.S. territorial waters to offshore drilling because of improved safety measures, energy groups said.