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Africa's oil states facing fresh challenges in 2015

The slump in global oil prices is expected to hit Africa's economies far more than the Ebola epidemic and will likely have more far reaching implications for countries facing elections...Read More »


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Natural Gas

  • ANALYSIS: Brazil LNG trade strategy shifts toward contract buying

    Brazil's LNG procurement strategy shifted over the second half of 2014 as the country moved toward short-term contracts and tranche purchases with a smaller number of suppliers.

  • UK fracking 'incompatible' with emissions targets: EAC

    The commercial extraction of shale gas in the UK should be put on hold as the hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, process is "incompatible with our climate change targets and could pose significant localised environmental risks to public health," a report by the Environmental Audit Committee released Monday morning said.

  • China's December gas pipeline imports hit record high 3.41 Bcm

    China imported a record high 2.47 million mt of natural gas via pipelines in December, up 33.4% year-on-year and 39.8% on the month, data released late Saturday by the country's General Administration of Customs showed.

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