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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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Fugro Shares Dive 10.7.2014 Wall St. Journal: US
Shares in Fugro plummeted after the Dutch service provider to the energy and infrastructure sector issued a profit warning based on weakening capital spending in the oil and gas market and problems at two specific projects.
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A Texas Guide to Economic Recovery 7.7.2014 Wall St. Journal: Opinion
We Californians could learn how to grow from the Lone Star State.
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Memo to Anti-Coal Warriors: Make Nuclear Peace 1.7.2014 Wall St. Journal: Opinion
It's not too late to fix Jimmy Carter's energy blunder of the 1970s.
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Shanxi Coal Files Lawsuits Over Qingdao Metals Loans 27.6.2014 Wall St. Journal: US Business
State-owned Shanxi Coal International Energy Group Co. says that it has sued companies allegedly involved in a metals-backed financing scandal in China's eastern port of Qingdao, signaling the fallout from the incident may be widening.
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Egypt to Repay Some of Its $5.9B Energy Debt 26.6.2014 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Egypt plans to repay some of its debt to energy companies in a bid to revive confidence in its hydrocarbon sector and boost production, the country's oil minister said.
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Fracked Oil Proves Volatile 25.6.2014 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Millions of barrels of crude oil flowing from shale formations around the country are full of volatile gases that make it tricky to transport and to process into fuel.
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Ireland To Raise Tax Rates On Oil Exploration 18.6.2014 Wall St. Journal: Europe
Government wants to encourage new explorers while getting 'a larger return' from any potential successful new fields, says energy minister.
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China, Vietnam Diplomat Meet 18.6.2014 Wall St. Journal: World
A top Chinese diplomat met with Vietnam's foreign minister in Hanoi on Wednesday as the two sides seek to resolve a standoff over a territorial dispute.
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Betting That There's Gold in Coal 18.6.2014 Wall St. Journal: US
Coal miner Foresight Energy raised $350 million in an IPO, even though coal is taking a beating from environmental regulations and competition from natural gas.
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Emissions Rules Likely to Drive Up Electricity Prices 2.6.2014 Wall St. Journal: Policy
The new federal limits on greenhouse-gas emissions are likely to drive up electricity prices in some parts of the country as power companies close coal-fired generating plants.
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EPA Rule to Cost Up to $8.8 Billion Annually 2.6.2014 Wall St. Journal: Policy
The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that its proposed rule controlling carbon emissions from the nation's power plants will cost between $7.3 billion and $8.8 billion.
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China Touts Power in East Asia 2.6.2014 Wall St. Journal: Page One
A top Chinese military official blasted the U.S. for criticizing Beijing, in a speech that illustrated how China is asserting a bold vision of itself as the pre-eminent power in East Asia.
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Blackstone, Others Bid for Duke's Midwest Power Plants 31.5.2014 Wall St. Journal: US
Blackstone Group LP and Riverstone Holdings LLC have teamed up to bid on Duke Energy Corp.'s portfolio of 11 power plants in the Midwest, which could fetch around $2.5 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.
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Industry Worries About Carbon-Cuts Proposal 30.5.2014 Wall St. Journal: Policy
The coal and utility industries are increasingly worried about the Obama administration's coming climate-change rule, especially the baseline period from which reduction targets will be calculated.
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Australian Transport, Mining Companies Cut Jobs 29.5.2014 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Australian companies in the logistics and coal-mining sectors announced a combined 130 job cuts Thursday, illustrating the challenges facing the nation's economy.
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Oklahoma Governor Signs Bill Raising Oil-Output Tax 29.5.2014 Wall St. Journal: Policy
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin signed legislation raising taxes on much of the state's new oil and gas wells, but the higher rate still falls short of what some executives wanted to help fund education and infrastructure improvements.
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