Frank O'Donnell - Jul 05, 10
Canada’s recent decision to resume civilian nuclear trade with India after an absence of 36 years illustrates how far India has come since the international isolation following its 1974 nuclear test.
Admin - Jul 01, 10
WASHINGTON, July 1st (Raw Story) - The US government on Wednesday announced a 5.2 million dollar fine against BP's US subsidiary for making "false, inaccurate or misleading" reports about its energy production on Native American land.
Admin - Jul 01, 10
July 1st (Guardian UK) - The British government is subsidising one of the world's largest and riskiest oil-drilling projects in the Atlantic Ocean and would be liable for tens of millions of pounds if a major accident took place.
Khalid Waleed - Jun 30, 10
Officials call for calm and patience as Iraqi citizens’ fury at power outages boils over.
Admin - Jun 21, 10
June 21, 2010 (BBC) - Russia's state-controlled gas monopoly Gazprom has started to cut supplies to neighbour Belarus over its debt after Russian President Dmitry Medvedev ordered the reduction.
Michael Klare - May 21, 10
The oil spewing up from the floor of the Gulf of Mexico in staggering quantities could prove one of the great ecological disasters of human history. Think of it, though, as just the prelude to the Age of Tough Oil, a time of ever increasing reliance on problematic, hard-to-reach energy sources.
Admin - May 06, 10
May 6, 2010 (AFP) - Somali pirates seized control of an oil-laden Russian tanker in the Gulf of Aden early yesterday setting up a high-seas standoff with a Russian destroyer steaming to the zone. The 230m-long Moscow University was heading east from the Gulf of Aden early yesterday when it was boarded by pirates around 350 nautical miles off the Yemeni coast, the EU anti-piracy mission said.
Admin - May 03, 10
May 3, 2010 (Press TV) - A senior Iranian energy official has announced that Iran's natural gas exports have doubled since the beginning of the current Iranian year (March 21).
Admin - Apr 21, 10
April 21st (BBC News) - US coast guards are searching the Gulf of Mexico for at least 11 oil workers missing after an explosion and fire on a drilling platform.
Admin - Apr 20, 10
April 20, 2010 (Reuters, Ramin Mostafavi) - Iran will start work on a new uranium enrichment nuclear plant, a senior official said on Monday, part of a big expansion of its nuclear programme which has contributed to fears in the West it aims to build a bomb.