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Azer News: Turkmenistan sees rise in gas production

The production volume of natural and associated gas stood at 111.7 percent in Turkmenistan in Jan.-Aug. 2014, compared to the same period of 2013. Turkmen Ministry of Oil and Gas Industry and Mineral Resources reported that the export of natural gas to foreign countries has reached 114.7. Turkmenistan...

The Record: Nova Scotia’s premature action on fracking

Nova Scotia's government recently announced it would table legislation to establish a moratorium on the practice of hydraulic fracturing (or "fracking") for the production of natural gas in the province. The ban, which follows a lengthy report on the safety of hydraulic fracturing, is indefinite, but...

FT: Shale investing: sweet spot or sink hole?

The upward trajectory of the share price chart tracking Emerge Energy Services gladdens the hearts of long-time holders of the oilfield services partnership, which is among the firms that have benefited from the US shale boom. Although it has fallen from its peak in recent weeks, it has moved from about...

Bloomberg: Fracking in Scotland Is One Solution to Higher Gas Costs

With natural gas prices in Europe more than double costs in the U.S., Ineos Group AG has a novel solution: start fracking. The world’s fourth-biggest petrochemical manufacturer bought a license last month to look for fuel around its refinery in Grangemouth, Scotland. That complements a deal by...

The New York Times: With Gas Cut Off, Ukraine Looks West

Keeping Ukraine warm keeps Andriy Kobolev up at night. Mr. Kobolev, the head of Ukraine’s state energy company, Naftogaz, is scrambling to keep gas flowing into his country as winter looms. Russia’s energy giant, Gazprom, had provided a little more than half of Ukraine’s total gas supply...

Bloomberg: East Europe Stocks Up on Gas as Ukraine Crisis Drags on

Eastern European nations from Poland to Serbia are boosting stockpiles of natural gas after Russia reduced deliveries during the armed conflict in eastern Ukraine and concerns rose about a winter shutoff. Underground storage in the Czech Republic and Poland is at full capacity, while Slovakia expects...

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