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$151 million tabled at Gulf of Mexico gas sale

A number of companies have been attracted to the leasing of offshore blocks in the Gulf of Mexico, with a New Orleans based sale drawing bids of $151 million for potential gas hosting sites.<BR />

Published By MarketLine
22 Aug 2002
NewsWire
NewsWire

$2 billion Asian gas project gathers pace

According to the Asian Development Bank, the ongoing Central Asian gas pipeline project is moving rapidly forward, yet there are still numerous obstacles which could put the plans at risk.<BR />

Published By MarketLine
05 Sep 2002
NewsWire
NewsWire

$2.5 billion deal facilitates exploitation of Venezuelan gas

A contract to enable the development of liquefied natural gas reserves in northeastern Venezuela has been signed by the country's state owned oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela, together with the Royal Dutch/Shell Group, and Mitsubishi Corporation.<BR />

Published By MarketLine
19 Jun 2002
NewsWire
NewsWire

'All Ireland' power market launch to be delayed

The start date of the integrated Irish power market that connects the Irish Republic with Northern Ireland has been put back by four months.

Published By MarketLine
09 Aug 2006
NewsWire
NewsWire

'Demand management' is way ahead for UK energy sector- Darling

The UK's trade and industry secretary Alistair Darling has said that measures to make energy consumption more efficient will be a key element of the government's forthcoming energy review.

Published By MarketLine
06 Jun 2006
NewsWire
NewsWire

'Half empty' gas pipeline prompts calls for inquiry

UK major energy users have voiced concerns that the major UK-Continental Europe gas pipeline - known as the Interconnector - is running below full capacity, despite soaring gas prices on the British side.

Published By MarketLine
30 Jan 2006
NewsWire
NewsWire

'No electricity investment crisis', Ofgem says

The UK gas and power industry regulator Ofgem has reportedly refuted allegations that investment in electricity generating infrastructure has slumped in the years since privatization in the 1990s.

Published By MarketLine
12 Apr 2006
CommentWire
CommentWire

'Tank tourism': holidays not over yet

The EU commissioner responsible for tax and customs-related issues is set to table a proposal to raise the minimum level of diesel tax imposed by member states, in a bid to cut down on 'tank tourism.' However, given the lukewarm reception that the proposal has received so far, and the fact that unanimity is required, the proposal is unlikely to be adopted.

Published By Datamonitor
27 Feb 2007
NewsWire
NewsWire

11 Good Energy opens G2 Diesel plant in Ohio

11 Good Energy has opened its G2 Diesel plant in Magnolia, Ohio. The plant has a capacity of 16.5 million gallons per year. G2 Diesel is 11 Good's proprietary fuel made from up to 99% natural and renewable ingredients.

Published By MarketLine
10 Dec 2009
NewsWire
NewsWire

1366 Technologies appoints vice president of manufacturing

1366 Technologies, Inc., a developer of solutions for silicon cell manufacturers, has appointed Brian Eller as vice president of manufacturing.

Published By MarketLine
21 Mar 2014

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