Monthly Archives: January 2012

Proven reserves of Ecopetrol Corporate Group increased by 8.3 % in 2011

99 of the reserves were audited by three specialized independent firms Gaffney Cline Associates Ryder Scott Company and DeGolyer and McNaughton. Ecopetrol39s Corporate Group proved net reser  More »

Railway crude exports to Kozmino resume after accident-Transneft

MOSCOW, Feb 1 (Reuters) – East Siberian-Pacific Ocean (ESPO) railway crude exports to Russia’s port of Kozmino resumed on Wednesday after an earlier train derailment, a spokesman for oil pipeline monopoly Transneft said on Wednesday.  More »

Tough Times for U.S. Electric Car Battery Makers

Companies need more consumer demand for electric vehicles to grow rapidly.  More »

Brent crude gains whilst tensions grow between Iran and the West

Brent crude increased 70 cents to 111.68 a barrel by 0915 GMT just below its 200day moving average of 111.77 a source of technical resistance. U.S. crude gained 51 cents to 98.99 a barrel. Meas  More »

Romney victorious in Florida primary

Mitt Romney clinched a commanding victory in the Florida Republican presidential primary, restoring his status as the frontrunner in the race to be the party’s candidate against Barack Obama  More »

Gingrich faces uphill battle after Florida

Mitt Romney’s campaign organisation and funding may be too much for rival after crushing victory in Republican primary  More »

Dot Earth Blog: Climate Researchers Get Their Wall Street Journal Moment

A long list of climate scientists clarifies why experts are worried about unabated greenhouse gas emissions.  More »

Exxon to Keep Its Foot on Gas Pedal

Exxon said it has no intention of curtailing gas production even as analysts predict prices for the fuel could remain at a historically low level through next year.  More »

Exxon to Keep Its Foot on Gas Pedal

Exxon said it has no intention of curtailing gas production even as analysts predict prices for the fuel could remain at a historically low level through next year.  More »

Anxious Refineries Need Closure

Rare is the industry that rallies on news of a bankruptcy. Oil refining is one of them.  More »

Refiners, Union Brace for Strike

Contract negotiations continued for U.S. refiners and the United Steelworkers union Tuesday, with the possibility of a strike giving gasoline and diesel prices a slight bump.  More »

SM Energy Schedules Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2011 Earnings Conference Call

DENVER–(BUSINESS WIRE)–SM Energy Company (NYSE: SM) is scheduled to release details regarding its earnings for the fourth quarter and full year of 2011 after the close of trading on February 22, 2012. A teleconference to discuss these results and oth…  More »
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