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Mexico's Pemex Prepares to Compete With Private Firms 21.8.2014 Wall St. Journal: US Business
State-owned oil company Petróleos Mexicanos said it is creating drilling, logistics and electricity affiliates as it restructures its operations to compete with private oil firms.
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Electrical Workers vs. the EPA 15.8.2014 Wall St. Journal: Opinion
We union members oppose new anticarbon rules that will cost jobs and endanger the grid.
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Awash in Coal, U.S. Imports Even More 14.8.2014 Wall St. Journal: US
Coal imports to the U.S. are rising sharply even as coal mines close throughout Central Appalachia. A big reason: price.
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Mexico Hastens Energy Overhaul 12.8.2014 Wall St. Journal: US
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, overseeing a sluggish economy that has dented his approval ratings, said he would speed up implementation of the country's opening of its oil and gas industry.
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Democrats Increasingly Backing Oil and Gas Industry 12.8.2014 Wall St. Journal: Policy
The energy boom is shaping a new kind of Democrat in national politics, lawmakers who are giving greater support to the oil and gas industry even at the risk of alienating environmental groups, a core of the party's base.
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Statoil's Arctic Campaign Disappoints 7.8.2014 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Norway's Statoil said it was disappointed by the results of an Arctic drilling campaign in the Barents Sea after making no commercial discoveries.
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Sierra Club Ends Opposition to Southern Co. Plant 5.8.2014 Wall St. Journal: US Business
The Sierra Club is ending its opposition to Southern Co.'s $5.5 billion clean-coal power plant in Kemper County, Miss., after six years of legal wrangling.
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India Runs Short on Coal, Despite Global Price Slump 4.8.2014 Wall St. Journal: World
India's reliance on domestic coal has left many of its power stations starved for fuel, forcing electricity cuts throughout the country, even as the price of coal imports slumps.
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Pushing Back Against Obama's War on Coal 4.8.2014 Wall St. Journal: Opinion
A dozen states filed suit on Friday to stop an ideological EPA campaign that will damage the U.S. economy.
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Investors Kill Shell-Woodside Deal 1.8.2014 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Woodside Petroleum shareholders killed off a proposed $2.68 billion deal to buy most of Royal Dutch Shell's interest in the oil and gas producer, marking a rare display of minority investor power that could disrupt both companies' growth strategies.
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Flight 370 Mystery Leads to Uncharted Waters 1.8.2014 Wall St. Journal: World
At least eight firms specializing in deep dives are bidding to take part in the next phase of the search for Flight 370, likely lost in the Indian Ocean west of Australia, one of the greatest mysteries in aviation history.
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Adani Gets Approval to Build Mine 28.7.2014 Wall St. Journal: US Business
India's Adani Group has secured approval from Australia's government to build one of the world's largest coal mines, a move that comes amid investor concerns about a global supply glut of the commodity and a prolonged downturn in prices.
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U.K. Launches Onshore Oil and Gas Licensing Round 28.7.2014 Wall St. Journal: US Business
The U.K. government Monday is launching its first onshore oil and gas licensing round in six years—the latest step in efforts to unlock shale gas reserves amid worries over increasing dependence on energy imports.
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Reliance Power to Buy Three Hydroelectric Plants From Jaypee 27.7.2014 Wall St. Journal: US
India's Reliance Power Ltd. said Sunday that it will buy the Jaypee Group's hydroelectric-power business for an undisclosed amount.
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After Crash, Agony, Debris and Heartbreak 26.7.2014 Wall St. Journal: Europe
Villagers near the Malaysia Airlines site remain traumatized by what they saw, trapped by debris and passengers' belongings scattered across the local landscape. Pieces of other people's lives haunt their own.
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How Virginia Became the Oil Patch 26.7.2014 Wall St. Journal: Opinion
As long as Americans are burning oil and gas, a bluish state wants its share of the jobs and revenues.
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Ukrainian Warplanes Shot Down 24.7.2014 Wall St. Journal: Page One
Ukrainian fighter jets were downed over separatist territory near the Flight 17 crash site, and Kiev said it believed the missiles came from Russian territory.
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Peabody Energy Reports Loss 22.7.2014 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Peabody Energy Corp. swung to a second-quarter loss as the coal-mining company was hurt by weaker coal prices at its Australia operations and the year-earlier period benefited from a big tax benefit.
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A United States of Africa? Not Yet 19.7.2014 Wall St. Journal: World
An August summit in Washington of a poor and divided continent's leaders aims to take some modest steps toward an old dream.
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Opening of Mexican Energy Sector Takes Step Forward 18.7.2014 Wall St. Journal: World
Mexico's Senate voted to give Mexican companies a greater role in energy projects under the landmark opening of the country's oil and gas sectors, tightening the national content rules that President Enrique Peña Nieto had proposed and partly satisfying demands of local industry groups.
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