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California may cut gasoline demand 9 percent by 2020

California may cut gasoline demand by at least 9 percent through 2020 as consumers switch to greener cars and state and federal policies boost efficiency.  More »

Lawyer to appeal ruling in Chevron-Ecuador case

The ruling left Steven Donziger with a slimmer chance of securing compensation for rain-forest dwellers in Ecuador’s Lago Agrio area.  More »

Hedge funds cut record bets on crude as inventories gain

Expanding U.S. oil supplies and production spurred hedge funds and other speculators to cut record bets on rising West Texas Intermediate crude prices.  More »

Tackling gas corruption means potatoes for Ukraine’s poor

The new Ukrainian government soon will need its poor to pay even more for power and gas as it wrestles with protracted economic and political crisis.  More »

Exxon Mobil sells $5.5 billion of bonds

Exxon Mobil last issued bonds in 1993.  More »

US Navy seizes tanker, foiling Libya rebel attempt to sell oil

The U.S. Navy thwarted the first attempt by rebels seeking self-rule in eastern Libya to export crude oil from a port they control.  More »

Russian billionaire to buy RWE oil and gas unit

L1 Energy, the investment vehicle of Russia’s fourth-richest man Mikhail Fridman, agreed to buy RWE AG’s Dea oil and gas unit, gaining assets in the U.K., Germany and the North Sea.  More »

Norway’s oil stimulus nears tipping point as growth fades

A near half-decade boom in oil investments in Norway is about to come to an end, sapping momentum in the economy of western Europe’s largest crude producer, the country’s main economic forecaster said.  More »

OPEC production surges as Iraq pumps most in 35 years

OPEC crude production rose above its target for the first time in five months as Iraq pumped the most in 35 years, according to the International Energy Agency.  More »

IEA raises 2014 oil demand estimate as world economy recovers

Oil demand will be higher in 2014 than previously estimated as global economic growth recovers, the International Energy Agency said. Pressure on supplies will ease in coming months as seasonal consumption dips.  More »

Green push blows away German coal-power profits

German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s campaign to limit climate change with an energy system based on renewable sources is cutting into profits of companies that still provide 57 percent of the power that keeps Europe’s biggest economy humming.  More »

Senator: Energy technology needed to combat climate change

The U.S. has made progress at addressing climate change, but additional technologies are needed to promote the use of abundant energy resources while combating emissions, Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska.  More »
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