Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Energy Stories in the News Jul 28

Kuwait urges Saudi to resume output at disputed oil field
Iran's new oil contract plans still 'not clear': BP's Dudley
Libya Crude Output Drops as Strife Cuts Power at Oil Field
BP Reports Second-Quarter Loss as Oil Spill Settlement Takes Toll
Cnooc Oil-Sands Spill Worsens Outlook for Canada Pipeline Plans
Attack halts flow in natural gas pipeline from Iran to Turkey
Gas Has Greater Direct Impact on Nigeria's Economy than Oil, Says Ibeneche
Russia's Gazprom Gas Output Seen at All-Time Low in 2015
Indonesian high CV thermal coal still commands premium in Japan
China may further toughen restrictions on coal imports, Wood Mackenzie says
U.S. coal production up this week
Iran minister says nuclear deal will create 'opportunities' to work with US against Islamic State
Nuclear a 'technology of the past'
China Will Soon Leapfrog Traditional Leaders in Nuclear Power
Reshaping the solar spectrum to turn light to electricity
Dutch solar panel sales double as market booms
A Laptop-Sized Solar Panel Is Lighting Rural Africa
India quenches gasoline thirst with unusually high imports, shrinking exports
3 Reasons Electric Vehicles Are Always Cleaner Than Gas Cars

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