The OGM: Fracking for Natural Gas May Help Save Water | Statoil May Choose Between Alberta, N.L. Oil Projects | Dubai to Spend $100m on Solar

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Fracking for natural gas may help us save water

Hydraulic fracturing for natural gas is a water-intensive process—as critics love to point out. But by enabling the switch from thirsty coal to more efficient natural gas, fracking could be good for water scarcity


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Saudi oil minister says market fears oil shortages

Worries about supplies have caused the oil market's pricing dynamics to shift in recent days, Saudi Arabia's oil minister said.


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Statoil may choose between Alberta, N.L. oil projects

Statoil might have to choose between developing properties in the Alberta oilsands and an offshore find off Newfoundland because of rising costs in the industry.


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Dubai to spend $100m on solar for Expo 2020

Authorities in Dubai will need to spend about $100m on developing solar energy capacity ahead of the Expo 2020, according to a third-party estimate.


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