Energy

Venezuela Seen as Major Beneficiary of Obama’s Keystone Snub

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Venezuela Seen as Major Beneficiary of Obama’s Keystone Snub by Pietro D. Pitts & Brian Wingfield November 09, 2015 (Bloomberg)   President Barack Obama’s rejection of TransCanada Corp.’s proposed Keystone XL pipeline could give Venezuela’s ailing economy a lifeline.   With the world’s largest oil reserves, the South American country produces heavy crude that’s similar […]

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US LNG Export Is Beginning – One Sector Is A Clear Winner

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US LNG Export Is Beginning – One Sector Is A Clear Winner By Larry Smith http://seekingalpha.com/article/3668186-lng-export-is-beginning-one-sector-is-a-clear-winner Nov. 9, 2015 Summary LNG exports from the U.S. are about to begin and will grow rapidly in the next few years. The new LNG facilities will create a huge demand for natural gas, although it is unclear just […]

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LNG gives natural gas global reach: Cheniere officia

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LNG gives natural gas global reach: Cheniere official By F.Burak Yucel http://www.newsfultoncounty.com/world/news/2017394-lng-gives-natural-gas-global-reach-cheniere-official November 20, 2015   “LNG is a more attractive commodity because of its resilience to price shocks,” company’s high-ranking official says LNG gives natural gas global reach: Cheniere official   Liquified natural gas (LNG) gives gas a global reach and it has many […]

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What Will the U.S. Energy Industry Look Like Over the Next Five Years?

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What Will the U.S. Energy Industry Look Like Over the Next Five Years? Experts discuss shale’s impact on prices, where OPEC is headed, and other topics By Lynn Cook – Ms. Cook is The Wall Street Journal’s deputy Texas bureau chief, based in Houston. She can be reached at lynn.cook@wsj.com http://www.wsj.com/articles/what-will-the-u-s-energy-industry-look-like-over-the-next-five-years-1447642910 Nov. 15, 2015 The […]

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RD Sector eléctrico: mucho amague y pocos resultados

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RD Sector eléctrico: mucho amague y pocos resultados Las plantas a carbón, las licitaciones de los contratos de compra y venta de energía y el Pacto Eléctrico fueron los tres temas principales de 2015 en el sector. Realidad. A pesar de los esfuerzos desplegados por el Gobierno, los sectores productivos mantienen su queja sobre el […]

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Dominican electricity distributors get a US$120.0M boost from WB

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Dominican electricity distributors get a US$120.0M boost from WB www.dominicantoday.com Dec 16, 2016   Washington.- The World Bank executive board on Tuesday approved a US$120.0 million loan to support Dominican Republic´s efforts to improve the financial performance of the three electricity distribution companies (EDES).   “This funding supports two cornerstones of the strategic plan of […]

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4 Strategies to Promote Foreign Investment in Renewable Energy in the Caribbean

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4 Strategies to Promote Foreign Investment in Renewable Energy in the Caribbean http://blogs.iadb.org/caribbean-dev-trends/2015/12/11/3-ways-multilateral-development-banks-mdbs-can-innovate-using-the-skills-of-foresight-2/ 11 DEC 2015 by Adriana Maria Valencia Jaramillo and Christiaan Gischler The Caribbean is a region with some of the highest energy costs in the world. The recent 2015 Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum sought to address this issue by gathering key stakeholders to explore investments […]

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PetroCaribe programme could be axed while U.S. unable to supply region

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PetroCaribe programme could be axed while U.S. unable to supply region http://rjrnewsonline.com/local/petrocaribe-programme-could-be-axed-while-us-unable-to-supply-region December 11, 2015   The United States has warned that if  Venezuela chooses to end the PetroCaribe programme, of which Jamaica is a beneficiary, it will not be able to step in and supply the region with fuel.   The warning comes as […]

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As LNG Boom Creates Supply Glut, Many Turn to ‘Micro LNG’ for Small-Scale Solutions

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As LNG Boom Creates Supply Glut, Many Turn to ‘Micro LNG’ for Small-Scale Solutions http://www.industrialinfo.com/navigatiir/indexb.jsp?date=2015/12/&pagerequest=01&qiSessionId=B0660E259FC01F4449A03FB8C80A8192.goose December 2015 The liquefied natural gas (LNG) market, which has stunned industry observers with its exponential growth in the past few years, may become a victim of its own success. With low prices and weakening demand possibly leaving producers with […]

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