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Carbon Capture

INTERVIEW-EU to grow more reliant on gas imports, Russia supply seen flat-BP | Reuters

... for public policy," said Dale, who was a member of the Bank of England's Financial Policy Committee before joining BP last year. Higher carbon prices could for instance help to make carbon capture and storage of emissions from fossil fuel a reality, a technology Dale predicted would still be insignificant in 2035. EU regulators are seeking to remove a glut of pollution permits that has ...

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Climate Change

Nations biggest nuclear firm makes a play for green money - Yahoo News

... fleet of U.S. nuclear plants, says it could have to close three of them if Illinois rejects the company's pitch to let it recoup more from consumers since the plants do not produce greenhouse gases. Chicago-based Exelon essentially wants to change the rules of the state's power market as the nuclear industry competes with historically low prices for natural gas. Dominion Resources Inc. ...

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Solar

Nations biggest nuclear firm makes a play for green money - Yahoo News

... plants. Under the system, electric suppliers would have to buy credits from carbon-free energy producers. Exelon says the plan would benefit nuclear plants, hydroelectric dams, and other solar and wind projects. Critics are concerned the rules are so narrowly drawn that the primary winner would be Exelon's own nuclear fleet. For example, there are limits on the size of participating ...

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Nuclear

Iran nuke talks expand as deadline for deal looms - Yahoo News

... would not be enough to produce the amount needed to make a weapon within a year the minimum time-frame that Washington and its negotiating partners demand. A nearly finished nuclear reactor would be re-engineered to produce much less plutonium than originally envisaged. Still problematic is Iran's research and development program. Tehran would like fewer constraints on developing ...

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Hydroelectric

China, Kazakhstan sign $23.6 billion in deals | Reuters

... BEIJING (Reuters) - China and Kazakhstan have signed 33 deals worth $23.6 billion covering areas from hydropower to steel, state news agency Xinhua said. The agreements were reached during a visit by Kazakhstan Prime Minister Karim Masimov to China after a meeting with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, state news agency Xinhua said late on Friday. Others areas covered by the deals include oil ...

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Coal

Chevron exits Caltex Australia stake for $3.7 bln | Reuters

... rise in the benchmark Australian share index . The $3.7 billion deal is Asia's largest block transaction this year, eclipsing the government of India's $3.6 billion sale of its stake in Coal India Ltd in January. Australia has seen a rush of block trades in the past month as investors look to capitalise on strong valuations following a share market that is rising on hopes of more ...

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Oil

Things to know about Nigeria, as country votes for president - Yahoo News

... ___ LANGUAGE: English is Nigeria's official language; more than 500 local languages and dialects are widely spoken. The main three language groups are Yoruba, Hausa and Ibo. ___ ECONOMY: Crude oil drives Africa's biggest economy, funding an estimated 80 percent of all government spending. Statistics suggest that 70 percent of Nigerians live in poverty on $2 or less a day. Despite endemic ...

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Gas

Nations biggest nuclear firm makes a play for green money - Yahoo News

... do not produce greenhouse gases. Chicago-based Exelon essentially wants to change the rules of the state's power market as the nuclear industry competes with historically low prices for natural gas. Dominion Resources Inc. recently closed the Kewaunee Power Station in Wisconsin for financial reasons, and Entergy Corp. likewise shuttered its Vermont Yankee plant. Plans for a new wave of U.S. ...

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Geothermal

Cuadrilla, geothermal firm eye renewable heat from oil, gas wells | Reuters

... LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Geothermal Engineering Ltd (GEL) has signed an agreement with shale gas firm Cuadrilla Resources to explore the feasibility of producing geothermal renewable heat from used oil and gas wells, the firm said on Friday. The two companies have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop technology to show that geothermal heat can be delivered from deep wells that ...

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Biofuels

Do biofuel policies seek to cut emissions by cutting food? -- ScienceDaily

... fuel efficiency, drives the decline in carbon dioxide emissions in government models, the researchers found. "Without reduced food consumption, each of the models would estimate that biofuels generate more emissions than gasoline," said Timothy Searchinger, first author on the paper and a research scholar at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International ...

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Renewable Energy

INTERVIEW-EU to grow more reliant on gas imports, Russia supply seen flat-BP | Reuters

... of energy it gets from renewable sources, such as wind and solar, to at least 27 percent by 2030 versus 20 percent in 2020. That would maintain its position as world leader in renewable energy - which accounts for around 3 percent of the worldwide mix, rising to 8 percent by 2035 - but would not be enough to reduce the need for gas. "Europe is leading the world in terms of renewables ...

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