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Russia may consider allowing Chinese investors more than 50 percent stakes in its strategic oil and gas fields, an official said on Friday, an about-face by Moscow that underlines its need for foreign help to develop energy reserves. While closely guarding control of the oil and gas fields that supply…
Energy secretary Ed Davey has warned that the Conservative party’s opposition to onshore wind turbines risks undermining the creation of British jobs as new data showed 15,400 people are now employed in the wind power industry.   The data from trade body RenewableUK shows a 70% rise in jobs in…
Offer means landowners and communities could get £2.5billion over next twenty years Landowners would receive 4 per cent of the profit from fracking 2 per cent would go to local projects such as parks or hospitals  A fracking company has been accused of offering local people bribes of 6 per…
STAVANGER, Norway -- Operator Statoil has together with PL713 partners made a gas discovery in the Pingvin prospect in the Barents Sea. The discovery is a play opener in an unexplored area of the Barents Sea northwest of Johan Castberg.   Discovery well 7319/12-1, drilled by the drilling rig Transocean…
  Great Western Oil and Gas Co. no longer wants to comply with Windsor's regulations for drilling operations, Mayor John Vazquez said Monday, Sept. 22.   The Town of Windsor is working to annex the property west of Larimer County Road 13 before Great Western gets approval from the state…
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