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Category: Conventional :: Oil and Gas
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US resolution on Syria strike passes first hurdle (Cached) 5.9.2013 CNN-IBN: World
US President Barack Obama's effort to win legislative backing for military strikes against Syria passed its first hurdle on Wednesday when a Senate committee voted in favour, but the narrow margin of victory showed the depth of US caution.
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Govt scrambles to reduce oil bill inflated by sinking rupee 5.9.2013 Top Stories
The economy is struggling with decade-low growth, a record current account deficit and a steep fiscal shortfall
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News in pictures 5.9.2013 Hindu: National
Images from news events of the day
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UNC lifts ban (Cached) 5.9.2013 Manipur: E-Pao
UNC lifts ban
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Scrambling to reduce oil bill inflated by sinking rupee (Cached) 5.9.2013 ET: Oil & Gas
India, Asia's third-largest economy, imports about 80 percent of its oil, which accounts for about 30 percent of its energy needs.
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Foreign policy amid inflation 5.9.2013 newindianexpress.com
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Pre-Market: Shares may witness gap-up opening 5.9.2013 Top Stories
At 800 hrs Indian Standard Time the SGX Nifty was up 110 points at 5,551.
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Adopt acid sale regulation by November, orders MHA 5.9.2013 deccanherald.com
Adopt acid sale regulation by November, orders MHA
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Déjà Vu: Only way out of the crisis for UPA is to seek a fresh mandate (Cached) 5.9.2013 ET: Opinion
When the NDA came to power in 1998, we resolved to address slow growth, high inflation, high interest rates and recurring balance-of payments crisis.
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RIL relinquishes another KG block; company has given up 15 blocks in 2 years (Cached) 5.9.2013 ET: Oil & Gas
RIL and BP also decided not to pursue exploration in another nearby block, where gas was discovered but it was not significant, officials said.
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Tamil Nadu faces largest power shortfall this year: Report 5.9.2013 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
Tamil Nadu faces largest power shortfall this year: Report
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Do you feel better-off thanks to fracking? | Poll 5.9.2013 Guardian: Environment

An energy industry survey estimates that the economic stimulus from the natural gas boom is worth $1,200 a year to every American family. Does that match your experience?


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Rudaalis In India, 2013 (Cached) 4.9.2013 Outlook Web
Professional mourners of the Indian economy remind one of Kalpana Lajmi’s seminal film, Rudaali, released in 1993. Their number has clearly grown
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Cooperation, not competition, way ahead for EU, BRICS nations (Cached) 4.9.2013 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Sep 4 : Warning that competing for energy resources between the European Union (EU) and emerging economies would only push up prices, an European energy expert Wednesday called for cooperation towards energy saving.
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Bashar al-Assad ally said to defect, Putin chides US on Syria (Cached) 4.9.2013 Zee News : World
President Bashar al-Assad`s former defense minister has fled Syria, opposition figures said on Wednesday, noting that General Ali Habib was the most senior of Assad`s Alawite sect to defect.
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GSPC hikes CNG prices by Rs 3/kg; industrial gas by Rs 1.90/unit (Cached) 4.9.2013 ET: Oil & Gas
GSPC Gas Company hiked prices of CNG by Rs 3 per kg, and of industrial gas by over Rs 1.90 per standard cubic metre (SCM).
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Why chemical weapons are a 'red line' the world must enforce | Chris Miller 4.9.2013 The Guardian -- World Latest
After Halabja in 1988, major progress was made in eliminating chemical WMD. Assad's rogue regime cannot go unpunished Echoing President Barack Obama's remarks of a year ago , US Secretary of State John Kerry has called the use of chemical weapons a "red line for the world", asserting that evidence shows beyond a reasonable doubt the Assad regime used Sarin nerve gas against its own people. Failing to act now would push that red line back and send a message that the use of chemical weapons will be frowned upon, but that nothing will result other than stern international admonitions. This would reverse the tide that has been rolling back the use of chemical warfare for the last 25 years. Chemical weapons are a world red line , and action is necessary to protect hard-won international progress against chemical weapons proliferation. The long war against chemical weapons use The first world war was the first occasion on which chemical weapons were used on a large scale in war. The results ...
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NRL examins feasibility of augmenting the refining capacity from 3 to 8/9 MMTPA (Cached) 4.9.2013 ET: Oil & Gas
NRL examining the feasibility of augmenting the refining capacity from3 to 8/9 million metric tonnes per annum (MMTPA)
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OVL, Anadarko deal could hit a roadblock (Cached) 4.9.2013 ET: Oil & Gas
Global banks are said to have turned down OVL’s debt raising plans due to worries over the company’s investments in Iran, sources indicated.
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Power Min to approach Cabinet for capping gas price for plants 4.9.2013 Latest News
The Power Ministry will approach the Cabinet for capping the price of 27 MMSCMD gas that will be supplied to the gas-based power plants.
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