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Ministers review controversial changes to mineral Act
Ministers review controversial changes to mineral Act
A South African ministerial panel has started reviewing a new law to regulate the energy industry with a view to ensuring it doesn't discourage...
Govt to take 20% free stake in new gas and oil
Govt to take 20% free stake in new gas and oil
Government plans to take a 20% free stake in all new oil and gas ventures and reserve the right to buy a further 30% at market-related...
Nigeria coast braces for worst oil spill in 13 years
Nigeria coast braces for worst oil spill in 13 years
Nigerian authorities were putting emergency measures in place on Thursday to prevent an oil spill from a Royal Dutch Shell facility, the biggest...
Apple's threat to stock king Exxon Mobil
Apple's threat to stock king Exxon Mobil
Apple is within sight of catching up with Exxon Mobil as the most valuable company in the world.
Energy giants sign off on huge Australian LNG project
Energy giants sign off on huge Australian LNG project
Energy giants Chevron, Shell and ExxonMobil on Monday agreed to develop Australia's massive Gorgon field, giving the final go-ahead to a liquefied...
Oil firms to scramble for Iraq deals on live TV
Oil firms to scramble for Iraq deals on live TV
The secretive world of Middle East oil deals will be thrown open in Baghdad next week when a contract auction is broadcast live, shining a...
Chávez says oil could reach $300
Chávez says oil could reach $300
Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez said on Sunday oil prices could hit $300 per barrel if United States oil company Exxon Mobil again freezes...
Nigeria sees funding deals unlocking oil potential
Nigeria sees funding deals unlocking oil potential
A string of deals with foreign firms to plug financing gaps in Nigeria's oil industry will help unlock significant shut-in potential in the world's...
Despite price, future of Nigeria oil sector cloudy
Despite price, future of Nigeria oil sector cloudy
Record oil prices should mean boom times for Nigeria's oil industry, but rising militant violence, labour unrest and years of government neglect...
Oil sets new record high of $122 a barrel
Oil sets new record high of $122 a barrel
Oil set a new record high of $122 a barrel on Tuesday, the latest spurt in an advance that has seen prices double over the past 12 months.
US court allows apartheid lawsuit to proceed
US court allows apartheid lawsuit to proceed
The United States Supreme Court said on Monday that it cannot intervene in an important dispute over the rights of apartheid victims to sue US...
Nigeria oil rebels considering Obama truce appeal
Nigeria oil rebels considering Obama truce appeal
Rebels who have stepped up attacks on Nigeria's oil industry in the last month said on Sunday they were considering a ceasefire appeal by United...

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