Monthly Archives: January 2013

REPOST: Witness describes horrific W.Va. pipeline inferno

This Yahoo! News article features a woman’s experience of witnessing the effects of natural gas pipeline explosion. CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — To Sue Bonham, it was as if the world were coming to an end: A wall of flame had … Continue reading

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REPOST: Market remains volatile in oil and gas sector

This Oil and Gas Journal article talks about the modest increase of crude prices caused by the hostage takeover in Algeria. 2012 WAS not a vintage year for listed companies in the oil and gas sector. The UK’s listed ‘majors’, … Continue reading

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REPOST: Oil prices retreat; gas prices continue rally

This Oil and Gas Journal article talks about the current state of oil and gas prices in today’s market. Oil prices declined Jan. 15 in their daily seesaw pattern with crude down 1% in the New York market, but the … Continue reading

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REPOST: U.S. oil fields could store decades of carbon emissions

New studies show that carbon emissions from U.S. oil fields are greater than what was previously estimated by researchers. This Bloomberg article shares the details. Depleted North American oil fields could hold billions more tons of carbon dioxide than previously … Continue reading

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Gas prices near a two-year low

Consumers get some relief as gas prices are about to reach a two-year low. Read about it from this CNN.com article. Consumers are getting some relief at the gas pump, particularly in the middle of the country, as prices could … Continue reading

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