Energy News Archives
for Tuesday, 08 May, 2012
Tue, 08 May 2012 22:37:40 CDT reuters.com
HONG KONG - China's big state companies, confident on the outlook for domestic natural gas reforms, are buying up local distributors and raising fresh capital - and making gas the hottest prospect for energy investment in the world's top energy consumer.
Tue, 08 May 2012 22:25:42 CDT wjtv.com
By: TREENA SHAPIRO | AP The pending measures could increase the geothermal output on all islands by amending the Hawaii State Planning Act to encourage development of geothermal energy on state and public trust land. "I really believe that the consumer... %xhl(Bills aim at reducing Hawaii's oil dependence and bringing down high... The Oshkosh Northwestern all 9 news articles
Tue, 08 May 2012 22:16:00 CDT oilvoice.com
Drillsearch Energy has reported a gas discovery has been made with the Southend1 exploration well in PEL 107. The well encountered gas shows over two intervals with signs of possible hydrocarbon liqu
Tue, 08 May 2012 21:54:00 CDT oilvoice.com
Wentworth Resources WRL LN 45p 9660 11.76 Ziwani1 exploration well disappoints focus now on workover programme Ziwani1 exploration well in the Mnazi Bay Concession Tanzania encountered
Tue, 08 May 2012 21:41:32 CDT boston.com
Following the bombing of a natural gas pipeline in Yemen that disrupted fuel shipments to Boston, US Representative Edward J. Markey Tuesday called for increased investments in domestic pipelines - which could boost recent efforts to expand a natural gas pipeline that serves New England. In a letter to federal energy Secretary Steven Chu, Markey questioned whether the region should import liquefied natural gas from Yemen when domestic gas production is booming because of drilling in shale formations,....
Tue, 08 May 2012 21:17:00 CDT oilvoice.com
GE NYSE GE will supply 38 wind turbines for four wind projects in construction in Northern Poland. When operational these projects referred to collectively as Darlowo Wind Energy CenterPhase Two
Tue, 08 May 2012 20:50:57 CDT wickedlocal.com
In a sort of Catch-22, wind turbine developer Mary O'Donnell is seeking help from the Board of Selectmen so that she can get paid for producing wind energy per agreement with the town.