Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Energy Stories in the News May 11

Iranian oil may be headed to Europe soon
Oil price to be dragged down by more Saudi pumping
Shell 'halts' production over pipeline bombings
Kenya may have a lot more oil than it previously thought
Iran ends free shipping of oil to India: Oil minister
Bulk of Canada's Oil-Sands Plants Seen Starting in Days to Weeks
French minister eyes shale import ban as US LNG exports build
Azerbaijan may double gas purchases from Gazprom — official
Long-term gas contracts still needed in Europe, but with flexibility: Uniper CEO
Petronas launches hull of new floating LNG facility
Plans Move Forward for U.S. LNG - for Next Decade
The Plan To Revive Big Coal's Fortunes Isn't Panning Out
First Korea, now Japan: Colombian coal exports to Asia spread
Coal made its best case against climate change, and lost
Britain gets no power from coal for 'first time on record'
Africa going nuclear?
Australia Should Cash In On A Single Global Nuclear Repository
Why China's nuclear exports may struggle to find a market
Competition hits EDF sales, nuclear production target cut
SA to Add 7,000 MW of Renewable Power to Grid by Mid-2016
Global Utility Scale Wind Turbine Market Poised to $130 billion by 2016
Is solar power really cheaper than wind in Australia?
Oil-rich Alaska has surprising solar power potential
Export progress for corn, ethanol and distillers' grains

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