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Foreign purchases fell just 1.1 percent in August to the equivalent of 925,161 metric tons a day, compared with 935,806 the previous month.
Only in the US, corrosion costs the oil and gas industry $1.4 billion a year.
A former Singapore civil servant recounts how he’s lost almost $36,600 in the implosion of Noble Group Ltd.
Shandong's Environmental Protection Bureau said it would cut pig iron production capacity by 600,000 tonnes and crude steel by 3.55 million tonnes by the end of this year.
The idea is to power the Casino copper-gold mine in the Yukon and Selwyn’s zinc-lead mine in the Yukon-Northwest Territories.
Negative sentiment around Canadian oil and gas companies has led to a unique opportunity in the past several years.
Profits from LNG projects will be taxed at an initial rate of 1.5% but the rate will rise to as much as 7% after companies recover the costs of building the shipping terminals.
The most important question top stock pickers Keith Schaefer, Eric Coffin and Lawrence Roulston ask company presidents
Payback time? Fallback plan? Money in the bank? What would you ask the CEO of a company you were considering investing in?
The province has also announced a two-tier income tax on the LNG industry.
Are you cashing in on America's free energy source? Porter Stansberry of Stansberry & Associates is more bullish than ever on what he calls America's 'free energy,' natural gas.
If Japan moves to restart some or all of its nuclear reactors, many LNG terminals may cease to be profitable.
Total price tag at $18.82 billion.
Resource industry employment expected to grow 11% in the next five years.
Stake increased to 25%.
Chinese slowdown, weak commodity prices, rising costs, politics and poor business confidence sent these five monster mining services projects to the shelf.
Exxon and Imperial are seeking to export for a period of 25 years.
Two catalysts ratcheted up investor interest in west coast liquefied natural gas.
Ferry operator could save millions annually if its fleet ran on liquefied natural gas.
Company believes LNG will be vital to meeting growing energy demand.
Interview with fund manager Chris Theal of Kootenay Capital.
The spot LNG market is growing, and fast.
A massive anticipated demand for new gas supplies by the liquefied natural gas industry in BC has yet to result in any increase gas field activity.
The country's production will approach 90 million tonnes a year by 2018.
BC government has received four new proposals.