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  1. Russia's Covert War Against European Fracking

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    Moscow’s Mules: Russia's Quiet War Against European Fracking http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2014/06/20/russias_quiet_war_against_european_fracking *** Shale Development in Eastern Europe: Interview with Keith Smith...
  2. The Facts of Our New Power

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    Emissions Cuts Defy Skeptics http://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/07/science/in-some-states-emissions-cuts-defy-skeptics.html?ref=earth&_r=0
  3. Shale Development in Eastern Europe: Interview with Keith Smith

    Politics, Finance, and Environment
    Read the full interview: http://energypolicyinfo.com/2014/04/shale-development-in-eastern-europe-interview-with-ambassador-keith-smith/
  4. Natural Gas-Fueled Cars, a Long Road Ahead

    Alternative Energy - Solar, Geo-Thermal, Bio-fuels
    Could be as cheap as electricity for a Chevy Volt to fuel a car, but ... http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/energy/2013/09/130904-long-road-ahead-for-natural-gas-cars/
  5. Saudis see North American energy production as a threat

    Alternative Energy - Solar, Geo-Thermal, Bio-fuels
    From The Want To Keep You Under Their Thumb Department: Read some real newsy news: http://energypolicyinfo.com/2013/07/a-different-kind-of-oil-dependence/
  6. Chevron preparing to export Canadian natural gas to Asia

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    Chevron quietly preparing to export Canadian natural gas to Asia: The transformation of natural gas into a globalized commodity will substantially increase natural gas prices to consumers in the United States and Canada.
  7. GM CEO Dan Akerson: 3k miles, 1 Gal gas.

    Chevy Volt General Discussion, News, and Events
    Fortune interview: "We've developed an engine we're now putting in the market that will cost you on the order of $1,500 and has two reservoirs of energy, one for compressed natural gas and the other for gasoline. Why are we building an engine that can burn either? Because the infrastructure...
  8. A Gas Fracking Ponzi Scheme?

    Politics, Finance, and Environment
    Interesting article about Chesapeake Energy and the man behind it. http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/the-big-fracking-bubble-the-scam-behind-the-gas-boom-20120301
  9. $1 Billion iinvestment in Natural-Gas Technologies

    Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Competitors
    Chesapeake Energy Corp., facing a natural-gas glut that has driven down prices, will invest $1 billion over 10 years in natural-gas-vehicle technologies. The move shows how natural-gas producers increasingly believe that prices will remain low long-term unless they can find new users for the...
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