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Oil above $98 as protests rock Egypt government

Posted: Tuesday, July 2, 2013 7:15 am Updated: 11:34 am, Tue Jul 2, 2013. Oil above $98 as protests rock Egypt government Associated Press | The price of oil advanced past $98 a barrel Tuesday, underpinned by political unrest in Egypt that raised fears of disruption to global crude supplies. By early afternoon in Europe, benchmark crude for August delivery ...

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Putin pushes Russian agenda at global gas summit

Mon Jul 1, 2013 11:01am EDT * Putin defends Russian pipeline gas model * Decries attempts to break oil-price link * Qatar says prices should reflect consumer interests (Writes through with speakers, context) By Alexei Anishchuk and Katya Golubkova MOSCOW, July 1 (Reuters) – President Vladimir Putin defended the long-term supply deals under which Russia exports its gas on Monday, ...

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ND drillers to get tax breaks natural gas usage

Bakken Shale Rig near Watford City North Dakota

BISMARCK, N.D. — New legislation offers North Dakota oil drillers tax breaks beginning Monday if they stop burning and wasting natural gas. The Republican-sponsored bills passed the Legislature this year. They offer oil companies tax incentives for capturing and using the byproduct of the state’s booming crude production. Records show 275 million cubic feet of natural gas goes up in ...

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ND drillers to get tax breaks natural gas usage – FuelFix (blog)

BISMARCK, N.D. — New legislation offers North Dakota oil drillers tax breaks beginning Monday if they stop burning and wasting natural gas. The Republican-sponsored bills passed the Legislature this year. They offer oil companies tax incentives for capturing and using the byproduct of the state’s booming crude production. Records show 275 million cubic feet of natural gas goes up in ...

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ND drillers to get tax breaks for natural gas usage

Oil Pumpers

The Republican-sponsored bills passed the Legislature this year. They offer oil companies tax incentives for capturing and using the byproduct of the state’s booming crude production. Records show 275 million cubic feet of natural gas goes up in smoke each day in North Dakota, or enough to heat more than 1 million homes daily. Flaring also accounted for about 5 ...

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UK shows offshore wind more costly than solar

Thu Jun 27, 2013 11:49am EDT (The author is a Reuters market analyst. The views expressed are his own.) By Gerard Wynn LONDON, June 27 (Reuters) – Britain’s new support plans for renewable energy confirm that offshore wind is the most expensive green power technology, raising the question why the country is placing so much faith in it. Offshore wind ...

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Powering up the oil patch – McKenzie County Farmer

Lonesome Creek Power Station

By Zach Stenberg Farmer Intern With the influx of people and businesses moving into northwest North Dakota, Basin Electric Power Cooperative of Bismarck is getting ready to go on line with enough power to provide electricity to 36,000 homes in this rapidly growing region of the state. The new Lonesome Creek Station 45-megawatt capacity power plant, which is estimated to ...

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