U.S. Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman has signed a so- called record of decision that makes way for a $569 million coal-fired power plant to be built near Orlando, Fla., the Department of Energy said Tuesday.
The plant, which will use a unique coal gasification technology to make it cleaner and more efficient than traditional coal plants, […]

April 3rd, 2007 Tags: Bush, Coal, coal gas, coal gasification technology, coal plants, commercial, Company, Conoco, ConocoPhillips, Department of Energy, electricity, Energy, energy department, energy technologies, Environment, Ford, fuel, Gas, gasification technology, George W. Bush, NASD, Nasdaq, Nova, Orlando, Phillips, Power, Samuel Bodman, services, Southern Company, technologies, technology, United States

Corridor Resources Inc. reported that drilling operations have commenced at the P-76 well in the McCully natural gas field located near Sussex in southern New Brunswick. The well is the first to be drilled at McCully using the Nabors #86 (triple) drilling rig which was recently mobilized to the field from Alberta. The well […]

March 23rd, 2007 Tags: Alberta, ATM, bank, Brunswick, Canada, Company, Completion, Eastern, Environment, Frederick, Gas, gas exploration, gas field, gas production, gas reserve, gas reserves, gas resource, gas resources, Halifax, KYOTO, KYOTO protocol, Labor, Market, markets, mining, Mobil, Natural Gas, natural gas field, natural gas production, natural gas reserves, natural gas resource, natural gas resources, New Brunswick, Nova, Nova Scotia, Oil, Oil and Gas, oil and gas exploration, Pipeline, Price, Prices, Resources, Saskatchewan, services

Alcan has been named the industry champion for metals on Fortune Magazine’s “World’s Most Admired Companies” list in 2007, and was also ranked the top company in Canada. The Company ranked second out of the more than 1,000 largest global companies surveyed for its efforts in the community and the environment, and sixth for its […]

March 14th, 2007 Tags: Alcan, Alcan Inc., Aluminum, America, Bauxite Mining, Campbell, Canada, Center, Company, Dow Jones, Environment, Gold, Jones, metal, mining, Nova, Power, red metal, services, St. Ann, technology, World Economic Forum

There’s a saying in these parts: Where oil flows, a city grows.”
Yet more than just oil and gas is fueling a recent growth spurt for the southeastern New Mexico town, whose 2,700 residents have begun to feel the initial impact of a $1.5 billion uranium enrichment plant going up nearby. Situated on 640 acres just […]

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Tidelands Oil & Gas Corporation, a midstream oil and gas project development company, announced the appointment of Terry Mitchell as the new Vice President of Esperanza Energy LLC, reporting directly to James B. Smith, Tidelands’ President and Chief Executive Officer. Esperanza Energy LLC is a 100% wholly owned subsidiary of Tidelands focused exclusively on developing […]

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The Timken Company and Rio Tinto Energy America, a business unit of one of the world’s leading mining and exploration companies, have worked together to help achieve longer equipment life while reducing downtime and maintenance costs at the Cordero Rojo Mine near Gillette, Wyo. The improved performance is a result of Timken’s Bearing Maintenance Training […]

February 22nd, 2007 Tags: America, Audi, Coal, coal mine, Colorado, Company, Education, electricity, Energy, fuel, Gillette, media relations, mine, mine site, Miner, Mineral, Mines, mining, Montana, Nova, Power, Resources, Rio Tinto, Rio Tinto Group, Scott, services, Steve, Trade, Wyoming

Barrick Gold Corp., the world’s largest gold producer, said fourth-quarter profit more than doubled as prices climbed, and acquisitions and new mines boosted production.
Net income surged to $418 million, or 48 cents a share, from $175 million, or 32 cents, a year earlier, the Toronto-based company said today in a statement. Sales gained 74 percent […]

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Actelis Networks® Inc., the global leader in Carrier Ethernet over Copper(TM) access technology, announced the ML 640 which is the latest innovation in their Carrier Ethernet over Copper access portfolio. The ML 640 enables service providers to create an intelligent Ethernet access edge with sophisticated bandwidth control, traffic management and quality of services features.
Like all […]

February 22nd, 2007 Tags: America, California, Company, Copper, Ethernet, Europe, Intel, Market, mining, Neal, North America, Nova, services, technologies, technology, telecommunications, Trade, Valley

Sonoran Energy, Inc. announced that it has approved the appointment of Hein & Associates LLP as its new independently registered public accounting firm. Hein & Associates is a Dallas-based leading public accounting and advisory firm with over 25 years of consulting and business advisory experience.
Sonoran Energy’s President and CFO, Frank T. Smith, commented, “I have […]

February 18th, 2007 Tags: Audi, Company, Dallas, Energy, Environment, Gas, mining, Nova, Oil, Oil and Gas, oil and gas opportunities, Sonora

Rancher Energy Corp., announced the appointment of CO2 industry veteran Mr. Mark Worthey as a new member of Rancher Energy’s Board of Directors.
Mr. Worthey was a founding officer of Denbury Resources Inc. since his employment there in 1992, some 14 years ago. In 2006 Mr. Worthey retired from Denbury Resources as Senior Vice President – […]

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C. K. Cooper & Company released its Semi-Annual Industry Report, “In the Crosshairs” discussing smaller exploration and production companies and the current trends and outlook for oil and natural gas prices.
Philip J. McPherson, Director of Research commented, “We believe in 2007 energy investors need to take a closer look at issuers before pulling the trigger […]

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Stoneham Drilling Trust announced that its cash distribution for the period from February 1, 2007 to February 28, 2007 will be $0.15 per trust unit ($1.80 per annum). The distribution will be paid on March 15, 2007 to unitholders of record on February 28, 2007.
Stoneham Drilling Trust is an income trust that provides contract drilling […]

February 16th, 2007 Tags: Canada, drilling services, Exchange, Gas, gas exploration, Inco, Jones, law, Lee, Natural Gas, natural gas exploration, Nova, Oil, services, Toronto, Toronto Stock Exchange, Trade

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