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zdnet.com October 26, 2020

Singapore To Pilot Floating Energy Storage System, Invest $36M In Low-carbon Research | Zdnet

Government sets aside SG$49 million ($36.05 million) to support R&D efforts in low-carbon energy technologies such as hydrogen, and kicks off an initiative to pilot a lithium-ion battery energy storage system on a "floating" lab.
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businessday.ng October 26, 2020

Completion Of Nigeria's Longest Gas Pipeline And Its Impact On The Economy - Businessday Ng

In line with the present administration's policy trust to deliver infrastructure to boost the economy and improve oil production capacity and increase the supply of electricity, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has completed the construction of Escravos-Lagos pipeline project phase 2 (36'x342km), and delivered for immediate transmission of gas to power stations in the [...]
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business-standard.com October 25, 2020

India May See $206 Bn Investment In Oil And Gas In Next 8-10 Years | Business Standard News

Modi to inaugurate India Energy Forum by CERA Week on Monday, is expected to woo companies to promote Atmanirbhar Bharat.
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abcnews.go.com October 23, 2020

Closing Prices For Crude Oil, Gold And Other Commodities

Closing prices for crude oil, gold and other commodities, and foreign exchange levels. : Benchmark U.S. crude oil for December delivery fell 79 cents to $39.85 a barrel Friday. Brent crude oil for December delivery fell 69 cents to $41.77 a barrel. Wholesale gasoline for November delivery fell 2 cents to $1.14 a gallon. November heating oil fell 1 cent to $1.15 a gallon. November natural gas fell 4 cents to $2.97 per 1,000 cubic feet. Gold for December delivery rose 60 cents to $1,905.20 an ounce.
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forbes.com October 22, 2020

Democrats Wage War On Natural Gas And Oil: Will Prices Skyrocket?

If the Democrats win, you'll be in for a shockIng rise in electricity and gasoline prices. : This segment of What's Ahead explains why your wallet will be burned by higher gasoline and electricity prices if the Democrats win the White House and the Senate. The U.S. enjoys low energy prices because of an abundance of natural gas and the surge in production of oil. Democrats loathe these fuels and will attack them with an avalanche of smothering regulations and lawsuits, just as they did with the coal industry during the Obama/Biden regime.
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moneycontrol.com October 18, 2020

India Set To Lose Farzad-b Gas Field In Iran

ONGC Videsh Ltd (OVL), the overseas investment arm of state-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC), had in 2008 discovered a giant gas field in the Farsi offshore exploration block.
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forbes.com October 18, 2020

Rumored Conocophillips Deal For Concho Signals The Shale Consolidation Wave Is Fully Underway

2019 was supposed to have been the year when the big wave of consolidation hit the U. S. shale industry, but the wave never arrived.
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shalemarkets.com October 14, 2020

Shale Markets, Llc / South Africa's Dng Energy Gets Lng Bunkering Permit

By Adnan Bajic South Africa's DNG Energy has received final authorization to starts liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering in the Port of Coega, in the Eastern Cape. Courtesy of Transnet National Ports Authority The authorization was granted by the Transnet National Port Authority (TNPA), the company informed in a statement on Wednesday. Aldworth Mbalati, DNG...
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edie.net October 13, 2020

World Energy Outlook: Iea Forecasts Boom For Solar In Wake Of Covid-19

Even if nations do not bolster their climate targets, renewables will meet 80% of the global growth in electricity demand by 2030, with solar leading the way, according to the International Energy Agency's (IEA) new World Energy Outlook.
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thestreet.com October 13, 2020

Exelon Mulls Separating Nonutility Assets

Click to view a price quote on EXC. : Exelon (EXC) - Get Report is looking at separating its nonutility assets from the rest of the Chicago utility giant, a media report says. The New York activist investor Corvex Management last week urged a separation for Exelon, saying that could help its share price reach $60. Chicago-based Exelon is working with advisers to assess the split-up idea, and no final determination has been reached, sources told Bloomberg. In addition to its six regulated utilities, Exelon has 21 nuclear plants and some solar, wind and natural-gas assets.
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