Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Natural gas, natural gas leak, Nigeria, North Sea, Obite, Rivers state, Total Petroleum
Maybe if they only talk about one of them, the public will think it’s the only one…
The leak at its Obite natural gas site has forced the company to evacuate those nearby and led to daily monitoring of air and water surrounding the plant in Nigeria’s Rivers state. However, Total’s Nigerian subsidiary hasn’t made any public statement about the leak since it likely began following an incident March 20, though the company has given near-daily updates about a similar leak at a plant off the United Kingdom in the North Sea.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: AIS, China, China oil imports, Daily Star, energy, global oil trade, India, Iran, Iran oil, Iran oil exports, Iran oil production, Iran sanctions
It has long been assumed Iran would sell most of the oil shunned by Europe to China, its long-term strategic and commercial ally. But until now there has been scant proof.
India, however, has been buying oil on Iranian ships on extended credit for several months, industry sources say.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: carbon, energy, fracking, methane, methane leakage, Natural gas, natural gas production, PNAS, radiative forcing, shale gas
Alvarez, Pacala, Winebrake, Chameides and Hamburg, “Greater focus needed on methane leakage from natural gas infrastructure,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sceinces of the United States of America, 2012.