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The first public word that the administration was trying to reopen bids for the wind energy project came in June. Yet before that, officials went a step further and sought to void Norwegian company's agreement in order to "stop the Statoil project,"
Norwegian oil company as a clear leader in January's attack on an Algerian gas plant was Ali Medlej, 24, a Beirut-born Canadian citizen, the Star has learned. Medlej, of London, Ont., died among 29 militants killed in the counter-assault by the
CEO Matt Rose told attendees at the North Dakota Petroleum Council's annual meeting that the company will spend $4.3 billion in 2013 to improve its system and plans to invest $400 million in the next 18 months to increase its capacity to ship oil.
The first detailed report of what happened when 32 jihadists stormed the In Amenas gas complex in Algeria in January concludes there were inadequate security measures in place and Algeria's army was ill-prepared for an attack by such a large
Featured Video Close More Video It took just 15 minutes for 32 terrorists to take control of Algeria's In Amenas gas plant, sparking a four-day hostage crisis that would result in the deaths of 40 employees. Through it all, one unidentified Canadian
Statoil CEO says won't resign over Algeria attack probe The head of Statoil said he would not resign after an internal investigation by the oil major found management had failed to foresee and prepare for a deadly attack at an Algerian gas plant in
Military's role questioned Foreigners were taken hostage by the militants at the gas plant The oil firms running the Algerian gas plant attacked by Islamist militants in January relied too heavily on the army for protection, an inquiry by one of the
Inadequate security measures and an unprepared military are two factors that allowed a group of Islamists to attack and take hostages at a gas field in Algeria in January, a report says. The report by Statoil, whose employees were among those taken
Denmark (AP) Norwegian oil company Statoil says it may have relied too heavily on Algerian military protection at its Ain Amenas gas facility, which was attacked by armed terrorist in January. In a report on the incident, Statoil says "there is
Norwegian energy company Statoil said Wednesday it made an oil discovery in its Svale North prospect in the Norwegian Sea. Statoil said it encountered oil while drilling exploration well 6608/10-15 in the prospect, about five miles from its proven