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Tanzania to partner with Algeria in oil and gas joint venture

Tanzania and Algeria are to launch a joint venture company as part of an energy cooperation agreement to start oil and gas exploration in Tanzania, according to Algeria’s state news agency (APS).  16 Jul 2014

Noble and EIG form global energy assets joint venture

Hong Kong-based commodity trader Noble Group Ltd and US private-equity firm EIG Global Energy Partners are launching a joint venture company that aims to buy “high quality” energy assets worldwide. 15 Jul 2014

Viking Energy appeal decision "should remove any lingering doubt" for industry over section 36 consents, says expert

Developers of new power stations in Scotland will welcome a successful appeal by the Scottish government in relation to the proposed Viking Energy wind farm in the Shetland Islands, which "should remove any lingering doubt" regarding the competency of pre-generating... 11 Jul 2014

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