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EU works to stop Russian action against Ukraine

EU works to stop Russian action against Ukraine

European Council President Herman Van Rompuy said Friday the European Union was obligated to stop Russia from violating Ukraine's sovereignty.

Energy boom helps manufacturing sector, U.S. mayors say

The U.S. Conference of Mayors said increased domestic oil and natural gas production has helped stimulate the nation's manufacturing sector.

Rail delivery of oil up 2.9 percent from 2013, AAR says

Petroleum product delivery on the U.S. rail system for the week ending March 15 was up 2.9 percent year-on-year, the Association of American Railroads said.

Cold weather impacts petroleum demand, API says

A lingering cold spell in much of the United States is suppressing the demand for petroleum and petroleum products, the American Petroleum Institute said.

Japan's Marubeni confirms bribery of Indonesian officials

Japanese trading company Marubeni Corp. said it pleaded guilty to bribing Indonesian officials to secure a power plant contract.

Canada courts China as energy partner

Canadian Finance Minister Joe Oliver told members of a Chinese trade group his country has the reserves available to meet growing energy demands.

BP-led group awards contracts for Shah Deniz II gas field

A BP-led consortium said it awarded $841 million worth of construction and engineering contracts for work in the Shah Deniz gas field off Azerbaijan's coast.

Scottish renewables may falter alone, British minister says

British Energy Secretary Ed Davey said Scotland could face a difficult task in supporting its renewable energy ambitions if it breaks from the United Kingdom.

Ukraine says it needs EU energy support

Ukrainian Energy Minister Yuriy Prodan said Thursday his government needs European support to develop a secure natural gas transit network.
U.N. resolution authorizes force against illicit Libyan oil

U.N. resolution authorizes force against illicit Libyan oil

A resolution authorizing the boarding of vessels suspected of carrying illicit Libyan oil gives Tripoli the stability it needs to grow, the U.S. envoy said.
API says Gulf sale means it's time to open the Atlantic

API says Gulf sale means it's time to open the Atlantic

The Interior Department's auction in the Gulf of Mexico shows more U.S. offshore waters should be open for exploration, the American Petroleum Institute said.

European energy CEOs call for action against 'real risks'

Energy companies making up the so-called Magritte Group said Wednesday leaders from the European Union need to strengthen the vitality of the energy sector.

Oil soils Ohio nature preserve

Authorities in southwest Ohio said about 240 barrels of oil spilled from a pipeline system controlled by Sunoco into a 300-acre wetland preserve.

Alaska prepares for potential LNG future

Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell said a Senate vote in favor of a liquefied natural gas project was a vote in favor of his state's economic future.

Gazprom wants dibs on Crimean natural gas

Russian energy company Gazprom aims to tap into the more than 50 billion cubic feet of gas available in Crimea, a deputy leader from the region said.

BG Group: LNG markets tight

British energy company BG Group said Tuesday demand for liquefied natural gas globally is expected to outpace production for the long haul.

Foster Wheeler nabs Iraqi oil field contract

Engineering company Foster Wheeler said Tuesday it landed a contract from a Shell subsidiary in Iraq to help overhaul facilities tied to the Majnoon oil field.

Iran boasts of gas production from eastern fields

A director for Iran's eastern gas fields said Tuesday production for the Iranian year should be in line with expectations of 2 billion cubic feet per day.

Critics: TransCanada's Energy East pipeline an empty promise

A TransCanada pipeline dubbed Energy East, which will service eastern Canadian refineries, won't live up to its promise, environmental campaigners said Tuesday.

British wind power gets financial boost

British Energy and Climate Change Minister Greg Barker said Tuesday four businesses secured $6.6 million to help lower the cost of offshore wind energy.

U.S. should support Ukraine with gas, lawmaker says

Support for Ukraine and U.S. allies in Eastern Europe should come in the form of liquefied natural gas, U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., said.

U.S. forces seize Morning Glory, a ship carrying Libyan oil

U.S. forces seized the tanker, Morning Glory, that left a rebel-held port in Libya with a cargo of illicit crude oil, the U.S. Defense Department said Monday.

Ukraine works to protect gas infrastructure

The Ukrainian government said Monday it was taking special security precautions to ensure gas pipeline infrastructure was protected during conflict with Russia.

New Kurdish oil online for DNO International

Norwegian energy company DNO International said Monday it started producing oil from new wells in the Tawke field in the Kurdish region of Iraq.

RWE sells off oil, gas division to Russian tycoons

German utility company RWE said it agreed to sell off its oil and gas production unit DEA to an investment group led by Russian oil tycoon Mikhail Fridman.
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