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Chesapeake to Pay $25 Million to Settle Michigan Charges 25.4.2015 Wall St. Journal: Policy
Chesapeake Energy has agreed to pay $25 million to settle antitrust allegations made by Michigan’s attorney general, as well as complaints that it misled hundreds of landowners to obtain leases in the ...
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Blackout Tale of Po 18.4.2015 Wall St. Journal: Opinion
Debating Mike Bloomberg on a coal plant shutdown.
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Mexico's Energy Overhaul Draws Geological-Data Firms 18.4.2015 Wall St. Journal: US Business
The opening of Mexico’s energy sector to private and foreign companies is drawing dozens of geological-data firms that plan to search for undiscovered oil riches.
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Precision Castparts Gives Tepid Forecast 15.4.2015 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Precision Castparts warned that earnings in its latest quarter will likely fall well below Wall Street expectations, as the metal-products maker struggles with deteriorating demand in its energy and power businesses.
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McClendon Financier Settles Lawsuit With Chesapeake 14.4.2015 Wall St. Journal: US Business
After initially defending Aubrey McClendon on allegations that he took trade secrets from Chesapeake Energy Corp., investment firm and McClendon’s biggest financier Energy & Minerals Group said it settled the lawsuit with Chesapeake.
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The Dirty Secret of Obama's Carbon Plan 13.4.2015 Wall St. Journal: Opinion
Taking one-third of U.S. coal-fired power plants off the grid by 2020 simply isn’t workable. Here’s why.
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Washington's 'Beyond Coal' Blackout 11.4.2015 Wall St. Journal: Opinion
Michael Bloomberg’s campaign left little spare electric capacity.
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Proterra Building Second California Plant 10.4.2015 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Proterra, a maker of electric transit buses, is building a second plant in California after a stream of new orders, despite lower gasoline prices over the past year.
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Asia's Oil Giants Unlikely to Wade Into Mergers Soon 10.4.2015 Wall St. Journal: Asia
Royal Dutch Shell’s megamerger with BG Group is sparking hopes of a surge in oil and gas sector deal activity. But a history of poor deal-making when oil prices were at their peak may keep Asia’s state firms on the sidelines.
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Drill, Britannia 10.4.2015 Wall St. Journal: Opinion
The U.K. sits atop plenty of oil and gas—if politicians are willing to drill.
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Duke Energy Seeks Dismissal of $25.1 Million Fine 9.4.2015 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Duke Energy is seeking the dismissal of a $25.1 million judgment for groundwater violations related to coal-ash pits near a North Carolina power plant.
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U.S. Stock Futures Edge Higher 8.4.2015 Wall St. Journal: US
U.S. stock futures rose slightly Wednesday ahead of the release of minutes from the Federal Reserve’s latest meeting and first-quarter earnings.
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Murray Energy, Foresight Modify Deal Terms 7.4.2015 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Appalachian coal miner Murray Energy Corp. has revised the terms of its planned investment in Foresight Reserves LP, reducing the voting share it will receive in one of Foresight’s units.
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Patriot Coal CEO Resigns 3.4.2015 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Patriot Coal Corp. said Bennett K. Hatfield has resigned as chief executive. Robert W. Bennett, Patriot’s marketing chief since 2009, has been named his successor.
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Warburg Pincus Commits Up to $500 Million to Oil and Gas Startup 31.3.2015 Wall St. Journal: US
Warburg Pincus is committing up to $500 million to back Independence Resources Management, an oil and gas exploration and production startup.
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A Coal CEO’s Game Plan 31.3.2015 Wall St. Journal: Policy
Robert Murray banks on a big acquisition to thrive in an industry he says is being ...
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EIG Investing $1 Billion in Breitburn 30.3.2015 Wall St. Journal: US Business
EIG Global Energy Partners agreed to invest $1 billion in Breitburn Energy Partners, as energy producers turn to alternative capital sources in an effort to bolster their balance sheets.
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India Rises as Importer of Coal 27.3.2015 Wall St. Journal: US Business
India has recently been taking advantage of a global price slump to import more coal, while China is seeking to rely more on domestic sources.
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China's Cnooc Shuts Nexen Oil Trading Business 25.3.2015 Wall St. Journal: Asia
China National Offshore Oil Corp. has shut down its business trading crude oil in North America for other energy producers, according to the chief executive of the Alberta Petroleum Marketing Commission.
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Federal Fracking Rules Draw Criticism 21.3.2015 Wall St. Journal: Page One
WASHINGTON—The Obama administration issued comprehensive rules on hydraulic fracturing, trying to set a national standard for controversial drilling practices that have helped fuel the U.S. oil and natural-gas boom.
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