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Gas pipeline in Sinai Peninsula bombed

For the fourth time this year, militants Tuesday in the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt bombed a gas pipeline servicing an area industrial zone, state media reported.

French company, Alstom, to help build R.I. wind farm

French conglomerate Alstom said Tuesday its role in a pilot wind farm slated for Rhode Island's coast shows its commitment to the emerging U.S. power sector.

Oryx to produce oil from Kurdish Iraq by second quarter

Canadian energy company Oryx Petroleum said its Demir Dagh 2 well in the northern Kurdish region of Iraq is a commercial oil discovery.

Platts: 'Good news' for Libyan oil production

John Kingston, global director of news operations for energy reporting group Platts, said there is "good news" coming from Libya in terms of oil production.

Tokyo election win a victory for nuclear power?

The victory of Yoichi Masuzoe in Tokyo's gubernatorial election on Sunday could be a boost for Japan's return to nuclear power.

Relief at the pump far away, AAA says

AAA spokesman Michael Green said Monday gasoline prices may reach a seasonal peak in March or early April because of regular refinery maintenance.

Canada is becoming 'natural resource superpower,' gov't official says

Canada is becoming a "natural resource superpower" and ties to India can help secure the position, Canadian Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver said.

Iran cracking door open for oil investors

Sanctions on Iran will be lifted "eventually" and lawmakers have therefore started opening the door to investors, an Oil Ministry official said.

CNPC announces major gas find in Sichuan

China National Petroleum Corp. said Monday it has made one of the largest discoveries of natural gas in recent years at a reservoir in the Sichuan basin.

Oman Oil Co. opens Tanzanian office

Nasser bin Khamis al-Jashmi, chairman of Oman Oil Co., said Monday opening an office in Tanzania would help funnel investments into the country's energy sector.

Dutch oil on stream for GDF Suez

French energy company GDF Suez said Monday it started oil production from the Amstel field using its new production platform situated off the Dutch coast.

Hydrocarbons found at Langlitinden prospect in the Barents Sea

Norwegian energy company Det norske said Monday it discovered hydrocarbons while drilling into its Langlitinden prospect in the Barents Sea.

Analyst questions wisdom of taking on Keystone XL to change policy

Making energy infrastructure like the Keystone XL the target of environmental criticism might not be the best way to change U.S. policy, an analyst said.

Thermal power plant blamed for 'black snow' at Siberian city of Omsk

Russia's environmental watchdog, Rosprirodnadzor, said dust from a thermal power plant was to blame for so-called black snow in the Siberian city of Omsk.

FOE campaigner says Britain should burn less gas, coal, oil

It's time to move away from fossil fuels now that climatologists say extreme British weather may be tied to climate change, an environmental campaigner said.

New Czech PM won't back price supports for nuke expansion

New Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka says he won't back price supports for an expansion of the Temelin nuclear power plant, casting doubt on the plans.

Battle of the Nile: Egypt, Ethiopia clash over mega-dam

Egypt and Ethiopia remain at loggerheads over Addis Ababa's plan to build a $4.2 billion, 6,000-megawatt dam on a major tributary of the Nile River that Cairo says will greatly reduce the flow of water that is Egypt's lifeline.

Study: Fracking, agriculture are on water demand 'collision course'

Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking is increasing competitive pressures for water in some of the nation's most water-stressed and drought-ridden regions, says a new study.

Exploration success strong in 2013, Statoil says

Norwegian oil company Statoil said Friday it had a successful 2013 in terms of oil and gas reserves generated from its exploration activity.

AAR: Oil cargo sent by rail up for year, down from previous week

U.S. rail delivery of petroleum and petroleum products was up 0.8 percent last week from the same period in 2013, the American Association of Railroads said.

Think tank warns against U.S. energy 'hoarding'

Hoarding U.S. energy resources leaves the country less secure than if it moves into the global market, the Center for a New American Security finds.

Australia's Woodside agrees on Leviathan gas field stake

Australian energy company Woodside Petroleum said Friday it signed an agreement to buy a stake in the Leviathan gas field off the Israeli coast.

Oil, gas powering manufacturing growth, API economist says

American Petroleum Institute chief economist John Felmy said increased U.S. oil and gas production is driving growth in the manufacturing sector.

Utah needs more oil pipelines, industry group official says

More pipelines in Utah would make crude oil delivery from the state's Uinta oil basin safer and more efficient, the Utah Petroleum Association president said.

South Korea's Kogas may sell shares in Iraqi Akkas natural gas field

Korea Gas Corp. is mulling a sale of some shares in Iraq's Akkas natural gas field after 2015 but the plan is in its early stages, an official said Friday.
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