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Taxpayers Likely To Pick Up The Growing Tab For DAPL Protests

The months-long protests against the construction of a section of the Dakota Access crude oil pipeline will cost the state of North Dakota around US$39 million, after the state’s Emergency Commission voted to borrow an additional US$5 million to pay for policing services provided by as many as 11 other states—and taxpayers may likely be paying the...

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By TheNewsDoctors On Tuesday, September 26th, 2017
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Oil Pares Gains After Soaring To 2-Year Highs

Brent crude prices were propelled to a two-year high yesterday, triggered by concerns about a Kurdish referendum vote to seek independence from Iraq. Although the vote is non-binding, a yes vote would pave the way...

By TheNewsDoctors On Tuesday, September 26th, 2017
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Oil Pares Gains After Soaring To 2-Year Highs

Brent crude prices were propelled to a two-year high yesterday, triggered by concerns about a Kurdish referendum vote to seek independence from Iraq. Although the vote is non-binding, a yes vote would pave the way...

By TheNewsDoctors On Tuesday, September 26th, 2017
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Taxpayers Likely To Pick Up The Growing Tab For DAPL Protests

The months-long protests against the construction of a section of the Dakota Access crude oil pipeline will cost the state of North Dakota around US$39 million, after the state’s Emergency Commission voted to...

By TheNewsDoctors On Tuesday, September 26th, 2017
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Undeterred By Trump’s Rhetoric, Iran Boosts Crude Exports

OPEC’s no.3 producer Iran will continue to export oil and aim to boost its global crude sales, as it is “not worried” that growing tensions with the U.S. over the nuclear deal would affect its oil flows to...

By TheNewsDoctors On Tuesday, September 26th, 2017
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Undeterred By Trump’s Rhetoric, Iran Boosts Crude Exports

OPEC’s no.3 producer Iran will continue to export oil and aim to boost its global crude sales, as it is “not worried” that growing tensions with the U.S. over the nuclear deal would affect its oil flows to...

By TheNewsDoctors On Tuesday, September 26th, 2017
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WTI At 7-Month High On Supply Optimism, Kurdistan Referendum

West Texas Intermediate hit US$52.22 a barrel yesterday at the close of trade, up by 3 percent as favorable factors combined to push up international benchmarks. Brent crude settled at US$59.02, its highest since...

By TheNewsDoctors On Tuesday, September 26th, 2017
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5 Ways To Play The Gaming Boom

The gaming industry is a raging bull, because it’s nothing like it used to be. Games are no longer just physical products – they’re digital, and they can be updated, streamed, and improved on the fly....

By TheNewsDoctors On Tuesday, September 26th, 2017
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How Refiners See the 0.5 Percent Sulphur Fuel Production World

Many refiners are not properly equipped for the low-sulphur transition and will need to revisit their business models. Read Full Article Source: RigZone ...

By TheNewsDoctors On Monday, September 25th, 2017
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Solar Costs Are Dropping Much Faster Than Expected

Back in 2011, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) began something called The SunShot Initiative. The intent was to set 2020 and 2030 targets making solar power more affordable in three categories: utility-scale...