Monthly Archives: September 2012

India Braces for LPG Distributors Strike on Oct 1

People across Congress-ruled India are probably going to get thrown back into Stone Age on October 1, 2012, when LGP distributors go on a token strike against the government’s decision of capping the subsidized cylinders in the country.

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Miocene Sands and Gas Shows Near Mediterranean Offshore

A group lead by GeoGlobal Resources Inc., Calgary has located interesting rocks and gas shows at the Myra-1 wildcat in the Mediterranean offshore. It will also move the Noble Homer Ferrington semi-submersible to the Sara-1 wildcat location.

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Tanzania Against Issuing New Licences

Oil and gas exploration industry is a fast-growing sector. A proposal has been put forward in Tanzania to cancel licensing for this industry for the next 10 years to develop the infrastructure to accommodate this fast-growing industry.

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New Pipeline of Natural Gas Passes through Michigan

To ship natural gas from Ohio to Midwest markets, three companies, including DTE Energy, plan to build a pipeline through Michigan. According to DTE Energy spokesman Len Singer, the $1.2 billion-$1.5 billion pipelines is expected to be in use by … Continue reading

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