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Gas – Data has confirmed that international energy majors are favoring Canadian natural gas acquisitions over oil sands projects to meet increasing Asian energy demand.
Royalty and streaming companies, flush with cash, are ready and waiting to strike deals with juniors who are finding it tough to raise money during difficult economic times.
Gas – Tie-ups with PetroChina may have Shell in pole position to reap the benefits of China’s potential shale bonanza.
Gas – Nextraction Energy Corporation (CVE:NE) announces the Company's unaudited financial results for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2010.
Oil – EV Energy Partners, L.P. (NASDAQ:EVEP) announces results for the third quarter 2010 and filed its Form 10-Q with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Oil – Topaz Resources, Inc. (OTC: TOPZ) reports that the company has initiated the process to issue a share dividend of 5 shares of common stock.
Gas – Topaz Resources, Inc. (OTC: TOPZ) reports that RMJ, Inc. has purchased from Topaz 25% of the Barnett Shale well.
By Melissa Pistilli-Exclusive to Resource Investing News Coal Investing News Coal prices have been comatose for the last six months, but institutional money poured back in this week. Deutsche Bank AG also raised its 2010 forecast by 36 per cent to $175 a tonne. Recovering coking coal prices are expected to fuel an investment boom [...]
Crude Investing News reports crude oil fell due to inventories. Inventories of crude oil dropped 978,000 barrels to 337.4 million, the report showed. A 2 million-barrel gain was forecast by analysts. Supplies are 10 per cent above average. Imports fell 4.6 per cent to 9.1 million barrels a day last week. At just under $70 [...]