Monthly Archives: August 2011

UNESCO concerns on LNG reef projects

The booming liquefied natural gas industry is a nightmare for the United Nations as well a big threat for the Great Barrier Reef. As a result of increasing concerns, the UN’s environmental arm, UNESCO has sent their experts to Queensland, … Continue reading

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TransCanada Alaska gas pipeline has no takers

TransCanada Corp proposed $40 billion natural gas pipeline from the North Slope through Canada has no customers lined up despite dialogues and death of a competitive project, a company official testified to the Senate Resource Committee of the Alaska Legislature.

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Exxon planning to sell stakes in Aceh gas fields

  ExxonMobil announced on Monday that it is selling its natural gas assets in three Indonesian companies in Aceh connected with long-extended human rights lawsuit.

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A Step to Make Natural Gas Eco-Friendly

The extraction process of natural gas using the fracking (‘hydraulic fracturing’) method has recently gathered a lot of bad reviews from the press because of the environmental and health risks it pertains. One big problem is that the process of … Continue reading

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