Shipbuilder Rongsheng Heavy Industries Acquires 60% Stake in Kyrgyzstan’s Oilfields

Shipbuilder Rongsheng Heavy Industries Acquires 60% Stake in Kyrgyzstan’s Oilfields

By Carrie Ann - Aug 22, 2014

China Rongsheng Heavy Industries, China’s largest private ship-building and petro-chemical engineering company, is now venturing into oil and gas exploration via HK$2.2 billion a

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Study reveals Keystone XL pipeline's potential carbon pollution much higher than previously estimated

Study reveals Keystone XL pipeline's potential carbon pollution much higher than previously estimated

By Anna Domanska - Aug 12, 2014

According to a new study, the much-debated Keystone XL pipeline ports could have a much larger impact on greenhouse gas emissions than the State Department originally estimated. Th

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Kinder Morgan to Consolidate Empire in $70B Mega-Deal

Kinder Morgan to Consolidate Empire in $70B Mega-Deal

By Carrie Ann - Aug 11, 2014

Houston billionaire Richard Kinder is disbanding his pipeline empire to fortify it for growth as the U.S. shale drilling boom opens up $1.5 trillion in potential projects. Kinder

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Boeing, SA Airways Join Hands to Turn Tobacco into Jet Fuel

Boeing, SA Airways Join Hands to Turn Tobacco into Jet Fuel

By Christy Gren - Aug 07, 2014

Biofuels created from organic sources, for example, plants and green algae could decrease carbon emissions to an extent of 80% in contrast to petroleum-based fuels. Boeing Co. is c

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U.S. Condensate Export Put on Hold for Now, Sources Reveal

U.S. Condensate Export Put on Hold for Now, Sources Reveal

By Christy Gren - Aug 05, 2014

The  U.S. Department of Commerce has put on hold at least two companies’ appeal for authorization to trade on ultralight type of crude abroad, sufficiently stonewalling an indus

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