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E.ON and Dong Energy see their projects refused by the Scottish government

Recently, the Scottish Government discarded from its governmental new offshore wind plan two wind farm projects, submitted for approval by E.ON with its 300 MW project in the Solway Firth and DONG Energy's 280MW Wigtown Bay project.

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Daily Energy Overview, March, Wednesday, 23, 2011

U.S. and Brent oil futures traded up on Tuesday as increasing tensions in the Middle East countries and the U.N. continued air strikes in Libya sparked more concerns on oil supply disruptions.

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Rosneft and Chevron to break their collaboration on Black Sea field

According to Kommersant business daily declarations, U.S. oil giant Chevron Corporation and Russian state oil producer Rosneft are likely to put an end to their collaboration on a joint development of the Val Shatskogo deposit on the Black Sea field, a deepwater region which is said to contain more than 6 billion barrels of oil

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BASF and Gazprom to collaborate in South Stream gas project

Germany's chemical giant BASF signed an agreement with the Russian energy company, Gazprom, providing that it will join the Russian South Stream gas project, in a ceremony at which participated Russian Prime Minister, Vladimir Putin.

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Daily Energy Overview, Tuesday, March, 22, 2011

U.S. and Brent crude oil futures traded higher on Monday following the U.N. mandated airstrikes in Libya and the lasting unrest in the Middle East countries.

read more... 22/03/2011

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