CANBERRA, Australia, June 21 (UPI) -- A much-anticipated report on Australia's worst oil spill will not be publicly released yet because it could have legal implications, said Australian Resources Minister Martin Ferguson.
Paris-based Total announced it has signed an agreement with Azerbaijan; Cairn India was awarded a new exploration license in Sri Lanka; Australian leaders said they will focus on coal-to-liquids fuels.
Turkish attacks part of the oil price hikes; Lebanon to begin receiving natural gas from Egypt; Australia pushes for new oil and gas finds
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