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Utility deals heating up with gas glut

Near-zero interest rates and low power prices caused by a glut in natural gas are increasing the appeal of regulated utility assets, which offer stable cash flow and returns.  More »
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Trial to start over Texas pipeline bomb attempt

A man charged with trying to blow up a Dallas-area natural gas pipeline corresponded with imprisoned Unabomber Ted Kaczynski before the 2012 blast.  More »
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Oil price weakens ahead of China data

The price of oil declined Monday as markets waited for the preliminary reading of China’s manufacturing for June.  More »
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Most of Israel’s gas is contained in two offshore fields in the Mediterranean Sea: Tamar, seen here, which began production in March, and Leviathan, about twice Tamar’s size. (Albatross via Getty Images)

Israeli field may supply gas to Egypt facility

Delek Drilling said it is negotiating a deal to provide seven billion cubic meters of natural gas from the offshore Leviathan gas field to British company BG’s plant in Idku, Egypt, through an underwater pipeline annually for 15 years.  More »
Qarun Petroleum Company's oil shipping tanks at Dashour with the Giza pyramids as a backdrop. (courtesy of Apache Corp.)

Apache stays strong in Egypt

Despite political turmoil that has rocked Egypt for most of this decade — the 2011 revolution that overthrew longtime strongman Hosni Mubarak and last year’s ouster of elected President Mohammed Morsi — Apache executives remain enthusiastic about their prospects there and say the political situation hasn’t affected production.  More »
A WellAware radio that's connected to a solar panel sends back real-time data gathered at this oil well site in Beeville. The San Antonio-based WellAware is a tech startup that's focused on oil field data. (Jennifer Hiller/San Antonio Express-News)

San Antonio energy tech company attracts high-profile investors

WellAware Holdings Inc., whose software lets energy companies track wells, pipelines and other oil-field equipment using smartphones, says it has secured $37 million in funding.  More »
A demonstrator holds up a prop representing dirty oil during a mass sit-in in front of the British Columbia legislature in Victoria, B.C. on, Oct. 22, 2012.  Canada's government on Tuesday, June 17, 2014,  approved a controversial pipeline proposal that would bring oil to the Pacific Coast for shipment to Asia, a major step in the country's efforts to diversify its oil exports if it can overcome fierce opposition from environmental and aboriginal groups.  (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Jonathan Hayward)

Photos: The other battle for Canada’s oil sands

As debate over the Keystone XL pipeline drags on in the United States, another contentious battle to move Canada’s oil sands crude to market hit a milestone last week.  More »
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Diesel demand projected to soar on economic growth

Economic growth in the United States will cause demand for diesel to rise over coming decades, even as gasoline use continues a steady decline, according to a federal analysis released this week.  More »
A chart of earthquake activity in Oklahoma from 1882 to 2013 is on display at the Oklahoma Geological Survey in Norman, Okla., (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

Oklahoma looks for answers on earthquakes

Earthquakes used to be almost unheard of on the vast stretches of prairie that unfold across Texas, Kansas and Oklahoma, but they’ve become common in recent years.  More »
The Air Products and Chemicals Inc. hydrogen production facility in Port Arthur supplies hydrogen for converting heavy crude oils into cleaner burning gasoline and low sulfur diesel. It's the site of a U.S. Department of Energy carbon capture and storage pilot program. (Air Products and Chemicals Inc.)

Port Arthur carbon capture project hits milestone

The U.S. Department of Energy today said a carbon-capture project in Port Arthur has reached a key milestone: a million metric tons of carbon dioxide blocked from being released into the air.  More »
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BP seeks return of millions in oil spill damage payments

BP want back millions of dollars in oil spill claims payments it says were “erroneous.”  More »
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Oil industry forms cyberattack information hub

A Hunt Oil executive and others are planning to put together a staff of cyber-security experts this year to form a new group that will collect information and analyze cyber-attacks on the oil and gas industry.  More »
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