Monthly Archives: November 2011

U.S. Natural Gas Stockpiles to Mount Up to 0.3%

After a weekly government report, it is clear that the United States natural gas supplies rose last week because of mild weather, and limited heating demand.

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Renewable Natural Gas: Next Great Fuel

HyperSolar, Inc. has invented a process to make renewable natural gas. The greatest natural source of energy, the sun, has been used in this process. HyperSolar, Inc. yesterday also revealed that they have filed a patent application for the production … Continue reading

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Russia’s LUKOIL Aims to Bid Vietnam Oil/Gas Blocks

After acquiring the first block in the Southeast Asian country’s northern area, Russia’s LUKOIL is all set to expand bidding for more exploration in oil and gas blocks in Vietnam.

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PG&E Ruptured Gas Pipeline Causes Mudslide

A troubled Pacific Gas and Electric Co. natural gas pipeline ruptured near Farm Hill Boulevard, United States on Sunday afternoon leading to chaos on Interstate 280 freeway as a mudslide and barrage of rocks blocked the highway for four hours.

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Chevron Uncovers More Gas Off Western Australia

Chevron has confirmed two new natural gas discoveries in the Carnarvon Basin off Western Australia which should bolster expansion hopes into the existing $29 billion Wheatstone liquefied natural gas project.

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