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Ewart: Prentice delays change to carbon levy as Obama downplays Keystone XL

Alberta has again put off making changes to its carbon emission rules even as U.S. President Barack Obama once again raised concerns over climate change from the oilsands with his long-awaited decision on the Keystone XL pipeline looming. 730 more words

Energy

How will the downfall in Russia affect Turkey?

Russian economy has been facing real problems recently and is forecasted to contract by around 4.5% should oil prices remain low. The main problems faced by the country include falling oil prices, capital outflows, currency market pressures and potentially, weakening of foreign currency reserves. 274 more words

Oil

Lower loonie boosts Christmas tree profits

TORONTO – The lower loonie will put more money in the pockets of Canadian Christmas tree exporters this year, just as the industry is preparing to ramp up production to meet an anticipated surge in demand from south of the border. 530 more words

Canada

Will American companies spoil Europe's party in Cuba?

Earlier this year, the European Union opened a new round of diplomatic negotiations with Cuba, aiming to strengthen the sometimes testy relationship between Brussels and Havana. 572 more words

Angola Oil & Gas: Oil exports expected in February

In February Angola will export about 1.86 million barrels of oil per day, the highest amount since January 2010, according to Bloomberg, citing preliminary documents for oil shipments. 99 more words

Mozambique Oil And Gas Industry

Korea honours Venu Srinivasan by conferring Honorary Citizenship of Busan

Venu Srinivasan, Chairman of TVS Motor Co, one of the leading two-wheeler and three-wheeler major in India and part of TVS Group, has been conferred with the title: Honorary Citizen of Busan by the Mayor, Suh Byung-soo this morning. 357 more words

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