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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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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.
Dutch, German gas prices tick up despite bearish system
Dutch and German gas prices are ticking up day on day Friday morning, but
gains may be short lived, with underlying system fundamentals comfortable.
By midday London time, TTF day-ahead last dealt 10 euro cents up at
Eur19.45/MWh, while corresponding German GASPOOL and NetConnect were 20 and
7.5 euro cents higher at Eur20/MWh and Eur20.025/MWh.