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Global Energy and Climate 2011

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Supply worries to keep oil above $100

LONDON Oil prices will stay above $100 a barrel in the next year as supply worries outweigh concerns about flagging global economic growth, a Reuters survey of oil industry officials, executives and traders showed.

U.S. gas glut fuels chemical plant building boom

HOUSTON Not too long ago chemical industry insiders would joke about when the next U.S. chemical plant would be built. The answer, the punch line always went, was never.

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More focused M&A seen as oil majors plug gaps

LONDON Strategic, focused M&A activity is set to rise as oil majors seek to plug gaps in their portfolios, said leading investment bankers and fund managers attending a Reuters summit this week.

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Analysis: Gas is killing green energy in price war

LONDON A widening shale gas revolution is killing the economics of renewable energy, even as falling costs allow wind and solar to overtake fossil fuels in niche areas, say energy executives and analysts.

Reliable oil benchmark proves elusive

LONDON Investors analyzing the oil market rely on two benchmarks that many see as flawed, but would-be replacements show no sign of displacing them soon.

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Oil at $120 risks economic double dip: IEA

LONDON Oil around the current level of close to $120 a barrel risks tipping the world economy into a double dip recession, the International Energy Agency's chief economist said on Wednesday.

Mercuria, investing upstream, mulls SWF link

LONDON Mercuria, one of the world's biggest independent energy trading companies, said on Thursday it was considering a range of ways of raising capital, including a possible tie-up with a sovereign wealth fund.

EU could make deeper CO2 cuts: climate chief

BRUSSELS The European Union can deepen planned cuts to greenhouse gases beyond its 20 percent goal, but the task is complex and has not been helped by controversy over nuclear power, the EU's climate chief said on Wednesday.

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Celanese faces U.S. road block on ethanol

HOUSTON Celanese Corp is spending more than $700 million to turn coal and natural gas into ethanol, but so far the chemical maker cannot sell any of the fuel in the United States.

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Shell's Odum still fascinated by finding oil

HOUSTON Shell Oil Co President Marvin Odum runs some of the largest oil and natural gas operations in the Americas, but at least once a day he checks on one in particular that brings a certain gleam to his eye.

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Tougher EU climate target less realistic: E.ON

LONDON A tougher European Union climate target may no longer be realistic after Germany announced plans to phase out low-carbon nuclear power, a group board member at Germany utility E.ON told Reuters on Wednesday.

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Global Commodities 2016 Oct 10 - 14 Financial Services/Exchanges
Middle East Investment 2016 Oct 24 - 28 Financial Services/Exchanges
Global Investment Outlook 2017 Nov 14 - 18 Financial Services/Exchanges

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