Monthly Archives: May 2012

UK May Favour Gas Against Renewables

The UK was ranked among the top 5 most attractive countries for clean energy investment. A strong performance in offshore wind energy had raised the UK to the 5th position in rank.  However, the current energy crisis looming over the … Continue reading

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Leaking Gas In UK North Sea Completely Stopped: Total UK Ltd.

A G4 natural gas well in the UK was leaking since March 25th 2012. Located on the Elgin complex near Aberdeen in the UK North Sea, the leaking well was kept under close observation for 5 days before starting the … Continue reading

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Australian Gas Reserves Could Last Upto 2 Centuries

Today Australia is the fourth largest exporter of liquified natural gas (LNG), but shale resources estimated at 400 trillion cubic feet could propel it to a global exporter, overtaking Qatar. Australia has enough gas reserves to power the country for … Continue reading

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U. S. Alerts Gas Industry about Increasing Cyberattacks

SINCE LAST DECEMBER, the U.S. is very concerned about gas pipeline companies as they are being targeted with sophisticated phishing attacks. The information came to light after the Department of Homeland Security dealt with plenty of incidents since March.

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€1bn Threatened by Gas Tariff

A US energy firm states that the Commission for Energy Regulation has put at risk cheaper energy, job opportunities, and the diversity and security of gas supply.

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