India’s Era Engineering Innovations (EII) has committed an investment of US$5 million into coal-powered energy generation in Zambia following the just-ended Conclave on Indo-Africa Project Partnership in New Delhi.
Commerce, Trade and Industry Minister, Felix Mutati, who led the Zambian delegation to the meeting signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with EII director, Ajay Mishra over […]
March 24th, 2008 Tags: Africa, China, Coal, coal mine, Company, Delhi, electricity, electricity generation, electricity shortage, Energy, Export, Exports, fuel, High Commission, Hydro, India, Indian Government, International Monetary Fund, Kenneth, Kong, Market, markets, mine, mining, New Delhi, Nova, Ovations, Petroleum, Power, Resources, SHOULD CONSIDER, Solar, Trade, Trade and Industry, Water, Zambia
This video from Tri-Crescent Energy explains some of the dynamics involved in the oil and natural gas markets. This video is just an overview and should not be construed as an offer to buy or sell any Tri-Crescent securities. Please scroll down for full disclaimer.
Tri-Crescent Energy Corporation is an oil and natural gas […]
March 5th, 2008 Tags: bank, Company, Dallas, Energy, Energy Corp., Energy Corporation, Exchange, Gas, gas exploration, gas market, Investment Bank, Irving, Market, markets, Natural Gas, Natural Gas Company, Oil, Plains, public relations, Reliance, Safe Harbor, SHOULD CONSIDER, Texas
Uranium Energy Corp announces the further expansion of its technical team with the appointment of Paul Pierce as the Manager of Mine Development. Mr. Pierce has 35 years experience in the mining industry in the southwest United States, chiefly in the states of New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and Nevada, either as a mine engineer […]
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TXU Corp., facing a string of global-warming bills, is ramping up efforts to lobby the new Congress over its controversial plans to build coal-fired power plants across Texas.
Dallas-based TXU has been betting that lawmakers wouldn’t enact environmental legislation penalizing the company for the 11 plants it wants to build. But Democratic leaders in Congress have […]
January 26th, 2007 Tags: Austin, Bates, Center, Chairman, Clean Air Watch, Coal, coal plants, Company, Congress, Dallas, Democratic, electricity, Energy, Energy bill, Environment, environmental group, environmental groups, Frank O’Donnell, Gas, heat-trapping gas, Jeff Bingaman, law, Lima, Market, Mike, Mike McCall, Natural Resources, Natural Resources Committee, Oman, over electricity, Power, power producer, Resources, Senate, Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, SHOULD CONSIDER, technology, Texas, Trade, TXU, TXU Corp, Washington, White House
Southridge Enterprises, Inc. is pleased to announce that Southridge Ethanol Inc. (”Southridge”), the Company’s wholly owned subsidiary, has entered into an ethanol sales and marketing agreement (the “ITEC Agreement”) with ITEC Refining and Marketing Company Ltd. (”ITEC”) of Barrington, Illinois, USA, in relation to the ethanol produced in the Southridge plant in Sledge, Mississippi.
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Pan American Gold Corporation received the remaining assay certificates for the Huicicila project drilling. A routine review of data plotted on project drill logs from these certificates show gold and silver values were reversed when transcribed to the DDH-1 drill log. Intercepts of gold mineralization reported in the news release dated October 25, 2006, were, […]
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Morgan Creek Energy Corp. (Nachrichten) (OTC Bulletin Board: MCRE; Frankfurt, Berlin: M6C) (the “Company”), announces that it has entered into a letter of intent to acquire a 25% working interest in the “Bayou Choctaw” oil and gas project located in Iberville Parish, State of Louisiana. The prospect includes both development and exploration aspects related to […]
July 10th, 2006 Tags: ARE REASONABLE, Berlin, Frankfurt, gas pipeline infrastructure, Louisiana, Louisiana Morgan Creek Energy Corp., Morgan Creek Energy Corp., natural gas properties, Oil, oil and gas project, OTC Bulletin Board, SHOULD CONSIDER, United States