Monthly Archives: December 2011

Natural Gas Industry Counts On Decline In Demand Of Coal

The players in natural gas industry are now relying on winter season for higher prices in 2011, as it might increase the demand of natural gas to heat-up the homes and offices. Since a long time ago, the U.S. has … Continue reading

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SaskEnergy prolongs monitoring of gas leaks

The usually warm weather in this fall has caused SaskEnergy to extend the monitoring of its gas leaks. SaskEnergy is especially concerned about the gas leaks issues as they were leaks from natural gas pipelines in the south of Regina … Continue reading

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PetroChina Discovers New Shale Gas Finds

PetroChina has recently discovered vast resources of shale finds in the Sichuan province of China, indicating the country’s ability to transform the world’s energy picture with this unconventional fuel resource.

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A Green Signal to Cairn-Vedanta Deal

According to the report, British oil giant Carin Energy’s $8.7 billion share put up for sale to mining major Vedanta Resources has received a green signal for security clearance by the Home Ministry. However, the deal emphasises on eight areas … Continue reading

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