Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Interesting Energy Stories in the News Oct 02

Alaska Hunts Oil as Arctic Damage Shows Most Change From Climate
Shell chief warns of oil crunch without more investment
Canada to Drill for Offshore North Atlantic Oil
UPDATE 1-Russia's Lukoil plans exit from Venezuela oil project - source
U.S. Senate debates oil ties to Mexico
Southeast Asia's net oil imports to more than double by 2035-IEA
GDF Suez to Operate Uruguay's First Plant to Import Natural Gas
East Europe outlines set of recommendations to improve natural gas supply security in Ukraine
UPDATE 2-Australia boosts mineral exports, but coal targets tough
Coal to Surpass Gas in Southeast Asia Power Boom, IEA Says
Japan May Consider Emissions Goal Excluding Nuclear, Kyodo Says
Large Swedish nuclear reactor forced to shut down after huge jellyfish wave clogs water pipes
Reactors installed on floating plant
Exploding Fuel Tankers Driving U.S. Army to Solar Power
Production of Solar Panels Outpaced Investments Last Year
Solar energy startups out to power rural India with cost-effective and less toxic solutions
Ethanol's Discount to Gasoline Widens as Corn Prices Plunge
Brazil to Import 1-1.5 Bln Liters American Ethanol

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