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  • BG Group recently received approval from the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to construct and operate a natural gas liquefaction and export facility in Lake Charles, Louisiana. FERC approval was the key remaining regulatory consent for the Lake Charles LNG project, which BG Group is ...

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  • This book explores myths surrounding the global consumption of oil as the author argues that the supply of oil and gas is much larger than imagined, control of oil supplies is unnecessary and expensive and above all, oil is merely one source of energy. Opportunities exist to decrease the global cons...

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  • Syntroleum has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the government of Papua New Guinea to examine the development of a 50,000 b/d gas-to-liquids (GTL) plant as part of an industrial complex dedicated to gas-based industries near the capital city of Port Moresby. The plant would share a na...

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  • Australia could face an annual trade deficit by 2010 of A$7.6bn on oil imports if new discoveries are not made and brought into production, according to Woodside Energy Managing Director John Akehurst. Addressing the recent Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics Outlook 2002 Confer...

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  • Biofuels can significantly reduce global dependence on oil, according to a new report by the Worldwatch Institute, released in collaboration with the German Agencies for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) and Renewable Resources (FNR).Last year, world biofuel production surpassed 670,000 b/d - equivalent t...

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  • The collapse in oil prices could end up cutting the growth in future oil supply in half from what would have been anticipated during the high price period, according to a new study from Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA), an IHS company. The Long Aftershock report concludes that about 7.6mn...

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