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Court Overturns Gag Order in West Virginia Mine Blast Case 5.3.2015 Wall St. Journal: Policy
A federal appeals court overturned an unusually broad gag order in the trial of former West Virginia coal-mining executive who is facing charges in connection with a deadly 2010 mine ...
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Anadarko Sees Lower 2015 Capital Spending 3.3.2015 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Anadarko Petroleum projected capital spending for 2015 of roughly $5.4 billion to $5.8 billion, about a third lower than last year’s level.
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PetroChina Unit Gives Athabasca First Payment 3.3.2015 Wall St. Journal: Asia
Athabasca Oil said it received the first of three payments owed to it by one of China’s largest state-run energy companies, part of a deal announced last summer to complete the sale of a Canadian oil sands project.
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RWE to Proceed With Dea Sale to LetterOne 1.3.2015 Wall St. Journal: US
German utility RWE said Sunday it would proceed with the sale of its oil and gas unit Dea to the LetterOne investment fund backed by Russian billionaire Mikhail Fridman, despite a move by the U.K. government to block part of the deal.
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Russia Weighs Chinese Investment in Energy Reserves 27.2.2015 Wall St. Journal: World
Russia will consider allowing Chinese investors to take stakes of more than 50% in its strategic oil and gas fields, reversing years of opposition as the Kremlin searches for investment needed to develop its reserves.
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Samson Resources Working With Restructuring Advisers 26.2.2015 Wall St. Journal: US
Energy producer Samson Resources, owned by private-equity firm KKR & Co., is working with restructuring advisers, as a sharp decline in oil and gas prices complicates its efforts to stem losses and keep current on its multibillion-dollar debt load.
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Hercules Rig Contract Terminated 26.2.2015 Wall St. Journal: US
Hercules Offshore that Saudi Aramco--the world’s largest oil producer--has terminated its drilling contract for its Hercules 261 rig, the latest casualty of the collapse in oil prices.
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Transocean Posts Loss on Impairment Charge 26.2.2015 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Transocean swung to a loss as it logged a $992 million charge in the fourth quarter to correct the value of its contract drilling business.
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Noble Energy, Plains All American Unveil Equity Offerings 26.2.2015 Wall St. Journal: US
Oil and gas producer Noble Energy Inc. and energy infrastructure and logistics company Plains All American Pipeline LP on Wednesday both unveiled plans to sell more than $1 billion in stock.
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Dynegy Swings to a Profit 25.2.2015 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Dynegy Inc. swung to a fourth-quarter profit, as the electric-power generating company received a boost from its 2013 absorption of Illinois Power Holdings and higher rates in its coal-based generating business.
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Duke Energy to Pay $102 Million for Coal-Ash Spill 21.2.2015 Wall St. Journal: Policy
Duke Energy Corp. has agreed to settle charges that it violated the federal Clean Water Act by spilling coal ash into the Dan River in North Carolina last year, and will pay $102.2 million in penalties and ...
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Interior Department Proposes Regulations for Drilling in Arctic Region 21.2.2015 Wall St. Journal: Policy
The Interior Department proposed new regulations for oil and natural-gas drilling in the Arctic region, where government officials say frigid weather presents unique challenges for energy ...
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Cabot Oil Slashes Capital Budget 20.2.2015 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Cabot Oil & Gas slashed its capital budget for 2015, as the energy company said it swung to a fourth-quarter loss amid plummeting energy prices.
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Ivanhoe Files For Bankruptcy Protection in Canada 20.2.2015 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Ivanhoe Energy, the oil exploration company founded by mining magnate Robert Friedland, said Friday it would file for bankruptcy protection in Canada as it continues to pursue restructuring options.
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Centrica Swings to Full-Year Net Loss 19.2.2015 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Centrica became the latest energy company to feel the pain of lower oil prices as it swung into a full-year net loss and cut its dividend, after it took a $2.15 billion writedown on its oil and gas assets and power stations.
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Devon Energy Posts Loss on Impairment Charge 18.2.2015 Wall St. Journal: US
Devon Energy swung to a fourth-quarter loss on an impairment charge, although the company said operating revenue more than doubled and production exceeded its guidance.
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Chesapeake Energy Sues Ousted Founder 17.2.2015 Wall St. Journal: Policy
Chesapeake Energy sued its ousted founder, Aubrey McClendon, claiming Tuesday that he stole sensitive data in the days before he left in ...
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Bottom Fishers Play the Energy Angle 13.2.2015 Wall St. Journal: US
Savvy investors, including Wilbur Ross, Blackstone’s GSO Capital and Apollo Global, are raising funds to buy the battered securities of energy companies.
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Mississippi Power Order to Refund Customers 13.2.2015 Wall St. Journal: Policy
Mississippi’s highest court ordered a unit of Southern Co. to return $281 million to customers that the court said had been improperly charged to pay for an unfinished experimental power ...
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Cenovus to Cut 15% of Workforce 12.2.2015 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Canadian oil-sands producer Cenovus Energy said it will cut about 15% of its workforce, freeze salaries and scale back discretionary spending as it grapples with the continued slump in oil prices.
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