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This is yet another example of the government and its so-called Environment Protection Agency cow-towing to foreign oil giants instead of protecting New Zealanders' interests, said Niamh O'Flynn, spokesperson for Oil Free Otago. "First the government
The public will lose their right to formally oppose deep-sea oil and gas exploration from tomorrow. A law change will see applications by oil giants go through the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). They will now be "non-notified" preventing
Photo / File Australian-listed Origin Energy is bullish on the potential of exporting liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the Caraval prospect off the coast of Oamaru, which is being test-drilled by Houston oil giant Anadarko. Anadarko is 45 per cent
We didn't want anyone to come and screw up our land," said Jay Hardy, general manager at Loveland-based McWhinney, which is developing 3,000 acres along U.S...Hardy said the developer is now on the offensive, working closely with Anadarko Petroleum
Chinese subsidiary for about $1.08 billion as it focuses more in the U.S. and Mexico...Anadarko's stake in the Bohai Bay field off the coast of China...It said last year that it was selling part of its stake in a property off of Mozambique for $2.64
Estimates for the biggest crowds were Dunedin (600) Christchurch (500) and Kaikoura (350). Last year thousands also protested in dozens of locations on North Island beaches as Texan oil giant Anadarko was preparing to drill off the coast of Raglan.
A coalition of environmental groups and top oil and gas companies in Colorado have banded together to support proposed emissions rules that could soon govern all oil and gas operations in the state. According to the Greeley Tribune (http://tinyurl.
It's right for the state of Colorado, it's right for the health of our communities and it's right for our business, Curtis Rueter, liquid and compressed natural gas development manager for Noble Energy, said in a news conference. Robin Olsen, a
The latest deepwater oil and gas exploration well has started drilling off the South Island coast near Dunedin, targeting a prospect likely to be "gas prone" and potentially holding many trillions of cubic feet of gas...If the partners make a big
Marine watchdogs are investigating a complaint that a massive oil drilling ship switched off a collision avoidance tracking system. Environmental lobbyists claim the Noble Bob Douglas was breaking international shipping rules by operating without