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Cathay Pacific Sues World Fuel Over Claim of Tainted Fuel
Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. sued World Fuel Services Corp.'s Singapore unit over claims tainted fuel led to an emergency landing by one of its Airbus SAS A330 jets, hurting the Hong ... World Fuel's Singapore unit, which has supplied jet fuel to Cathay ...
Alberta fires back at proposed EU fuel rules
Alberta and the federal government have lobbied aggressively against the European low-carbon fuel proposal, saying it would discriminate against Canadian-based crude producers with an unscientific approach to reducing greenhouse gases (GHG).
Cameco to acquire German nuclear fuel company Nukem for $136-million
Canadian uranium producer Cameco Inc. has signed a deal to buy Nukem Energy, a German company that trades nuclear fuel products and services, for roughly $136-million (U.S.) in cash plus debt. The Saskatoon-based company said Monday the deal ...
Cameco to buy Nukem Energy  World Nuclear News
Biomass Energy: Pros and Cons
Learn about other forms of energy generation here. Biomass energy has been around since long before anyone spoke of renewables or alternative energy sources.
2012 Nissan Versa sedan: Big on room but little else
The sedan gets not only a new look, but a new and significantly more fuel-efficient drivetrain. It is based on the corporation's new “V” (for versatile) global platform, which weighs 70 kilograms less and contains 20 per cent fewer parts. The wheelbase ...
Iran Embargo Impossible to Meet as Ships Need Its Oil
World Fuel Services Corp., the largest independent bunker supplier, has policies and procedures to ensure compliance with sanctions, Chief Financial Officer Ira Birns said in an e-mailed response to questions.
6 Global Conflicts That Have Flared Up Over Oil and Gas
Major wars over oil have been fought every decade or so since World War I, and smaller engagements have erupted every few years; a flare-up or two in 2012, then, would be part of the normal scheme of things.
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IT IS the online equivalent of the land-grabs of 19th-century America. Earlier this year the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the outfit in charge of addresses in cyberspace, allowed applications for new suffixes.
Turkey's Attack on Civilians Tied to US Military Drone
Fuel costs twice as much in Turkey as in Iraq, a substantial oil producer, rewarding smugglers who ferry jugs of gasoline through the mountains.
ExxonMobil's Dirty Secrets, from Indonesia to Nigeria to Washington: Steve ...
And its authoritarian leader, to put it politely, Idriss D�by, decided to try to develop this oil, even though Chad was landlocked and didn't have any national capacity to build an oil company, so they invited in Exxon and the World Bank. ... And what ...