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1 Arbitrage will be pursued (Iranian edition) Administrator
2 The Federal Government’s Track Record on Cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructure Administrator
3 Grumbles in the Magic Kingdom Administrator
4 The Break Even Price of Oil AK
5 Banner Year for the OPEC Oil Cartel: Over $1Trillion in Revenue in 2012 Anne Korin
6 Korin on Platts: Oil Imports Not the Problem JES
7 The Folly of Energy Independence AK
8 Pipeline blasts roundup AK
9 Did the House bar the Dept. of Defense from purchasing biofuels? Not quite. AK
10 India: calls to end government coal monopoly AK
11 Balochistan: attacks on gas pipelines and transmission pylon AK
12 Sudan: Sat pics show main collection manifold at Helgig oil field destroyed; South Sudan pres in China for talks this week AK
13 Somali pirates captured near Tanzania's Songsongo gas fields AK
14 China and the Arctic, Iceland edition AK
15 Use Of Methanol In Flex Fuel Heavy Duty Trucks AK
16 That just about sums it up. AK
17 Energy prices controls lead to shortages AK
18 Ecuador expects China to fully finance Andean mega-refinery AK
19 Cyber attack on Iran's oil sector? AK
20 Energy price controls and market based workarounds in India AK


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