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ABC: A new gas battle emerges in the Kimberley

The red Earth, thirsty eucalypts and fat boab trees stretch uninterrupted to the horizon, blue sky blazing overhead. The wild and remote Canning Basin in the south west Kimberley is usually a place only for Traditional Owners and isolated cattle farmers. But quietly over the past couple of years, the...

Role of Uzbekistan in TAPI Project Could be Discussed

Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan are likely to discuss possibility of latter’s participation in constructing of Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India (TAPI) gas pipeline on July 31 during a meeting of the Uzbek-Turkmen commission on trade-economic, scientific-technical...

BusinessDay: South Africa looks to Mozambique, others for gas

Battling with energy shortages, South Africa is looking to gas-rich Mozambique and its shale gas resources as it plans to allow higher level of gas  into its coal-heavy energy mix. The country, which is facing an imminent energy crisis as demand outstrips supply, source about 77 percent of its...

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