Chinese coal traders are reported to have cut back on buying from Australia after the length of time taken by customs to clear cargoes reportedly doubled.
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The Mutooroo copper-cobalt district is located in New South Wales, eastern Australia.
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Miner has hit back at a push to make it more accountable for carbon emissions produced by its customers, including Chinese steel makers.
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Project included the installation of two power stations, a 66 kV interconnected power line, and a 450 km natural gas pipeline.
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While the 83.9 carat rock was not gem-quality, Lucapa says the find continues to underline the large-stone nature of the kimberlite resource.
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Andijanpetro LLC is the name of the joint venture formed by Zarubezhneft and Uzbekneftegaz to enhance recovery at three old oil fields in the Ferghana Valley of Uzbekistan.
Construction of Texas Brownsville LNG LLC’s proposed LNG project could result in adverse environmental consequences, the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission said in a Mar. 15 final environmental impact statement. Impacts would be less than significant if the project sponsor’s proposed impact avoidance, minimization, and mitigation measures and the FERC staff’s additional recommendations are implemented, it added.
Ukraine outlined terms for its second and third licensing rounds. Bidding will be done using an online auction for areas covering more than 2,260 sq km. Licensing rounds are being offered in stages.
Iran has commissioned four more phases of offshore South Pars natural gas field. Phases 13 and 22-24 have production capacities of 56 million cu m/day, 75,000 b/d of condensate, and 400 tonnes/day of sulfur each.
Inpex Corp. has received exploration rights to 6,116-sq km Block 4 in Abu Dhabi from Abu Dhabi National Oil Corp. With a 100% interest in the exploration phase, Inpex will invest as much as $176 million, including a participation fee, to explore the area between Abu Dhabi city and the boundary with Dubai and to assess two undeveloped discoveries, Ramhan and Hudairiat.