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Mexico strikes deal with gas companies in pipeline row

Mexico - Mexico's president said Tuesday his government has reached a deal with gas pipeline operators to settle a dispute over contracts signed under his predecessor, defusing a row that had spooked investors.

Berlin woos US in Europe gas battle

Berlin - Germany will put on a show of unity with the United States Tuesday in talks on importing natural gas, as Berlin battles accusations an under-construction pipeline deepens European energy dependence on Russia.

Israel's giant offshore gas field gets platform jacket

Jerusalem - Israeli officials went to sea Thursday to mark the arrival of the platform jacket for Leviathan, a major step in the "revolution" the massive gas reservoir is expected to generate.

US pressures Germany over Russian gas pipeline

Frankfurt Am Main - A transatlantic tiff over Europe's natural gas supply came to the boil Sunday, as Donald Trump's ambassador to Germany threatened firms involved in a pipeline from Russia with sanctions.

Romania could challenge Russian grip on Europe's energy

Bucharest - Romania, one of the EU's poorest members, could emerge as an unlikely challenger to Russia's iron grip on eastern Europe's energy supply thanks to vast oil and gas reserves waiting to be tapped, experts say.

Deal to allow Israeli gas exports to Egypt

Jerusalem - A US-Israeli consortium leading the development of Israel's offshore gas reserves announced Thursday a deal that would enable the export of natural gas to Egypt.

Review: Imagine Dragons releases haunting music video for 'Natural' Special

On August 24, acclaimed rock group Imagine Dragons released their brand new music video for their latest single "Natural."

Review: Imagine Dragons back with spitfire 'Natural' song Special

Grammy-winning rock group Imagine Dragons has released their new song "Natural," on July 17, via KIDinaKORNER/ Interscope Records.

Russia launches giant Yamal gas project in the Arctic

S - Russia launches Friday its Yamal gas plant in Arctic Siberia, a gigantic project in one of the world's most remote areas, as the region becomes more accessible due to climate change.

Med nations sign MoU to build major gas pipeline

Nicosia - Mediterranean countries Cyprus, Greece, Israel and Italy on Tuesday signed a memorandum of understanding to build the world's longest underwater natural gas pipeline to supply Europe.

Poland and Ukraine warn could Russia use gas 'blackmail'

Varsovia - Poland and Ukraine said Wednesday they would take legal action against Russian plans for a second gas pipeline to the EU, a project they allege Moscow could use for political "blackmail".

Eco-friendly burials — Decomposing gently into that good night

New York Fashion Week always has the latest and most outrageous creations for the fall season, and this year, one garment is sure to be a show-stopper. Coeio's Infinity Burial Suit is described as a breakthrough in eco-friendly, green funeral options.

Green Thumbs Up: The difference between natural and organic

Labels on food products, like GMO, natural, and organic, can be confusing, especially when there may not be a definite set of criteria manufacturers have to follow. While the FDA and USDA do have regulations governing some labeling, it isn't that simple.

Chinese farmer stumbles across 7.85kg of gold on ground

A farmer in a remote region of China has stumbled across a huge gold nugget on the ground on the land. The incredible find has an expected value of at least $250,000.

Europe gas supply faces 'major transit risks': Putin

Belgrade - Europe faces "major transit risks" to gas supplies coming from Russia this winter unless Ukraine resolves a gas dispute with Moscow, Russian President Vladimir Putin warned on Thursday.

All-natural mixture is a promising fire retardant

A dash of clay, a dab of fiber from crab shells, and a dollop of DNA is not a magic potion but the ingredients of promising green fire retardant.

Russia pushes back Ukraine gas ultimatum after payment

Kiev - Crisis-hit Ukraine won a vital reprieve from Russia on Monday when Moscow pushed back a possible cut in gas shipments, which would also impact parts of Europe, until next week.

Unusual but practical ways to reduce allergies Special

If April showers bring May flowers, then surely what comes next is the “wheezing and sneezing” of spring and summer allergies, an old saying has it. With this, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America has provided some tips to reduce allergies.

Ukraine eyes coal after Russian gas price hike

Kiev - Ukraine's Western-backed leaders scrambled on Friday to find new sources of energy after Russia hiked its gas price by 80 percent in response to the overthrow of Kiev's pro-Kremlin regime.

Ukraine eyes coal after Russian gas price hike

Kiev - Ukraine's Western-backed leaders scrambled on Friday to find new sources of energy after Russia hiked its gas price by 80 percent in response to the overthrow of Kiev's pro-Kremlin regime.

EU moves to reduce energy dependency on Russia

Brussels - European Union leaders agreed Friday to step up moves to cut energy dependency, notably on Russia, after events in Ukraine.EU Council president Herman Van Rompuy said the bloc's 28 leaders had agreed at a two-day summit to outline an energy security fr...

Petronas signs with YPF over Argentina gas, shale

Buenos Aires - Malaysian oil giant Petronas on Tuesday signed a preliminary agreement with Argentinian firm YPF to invest in the giant gas and shale oil field at Vaca Muerta, a statement said.Petronas has expressed interest in a shale oil field in Neuquen province at...

Total disappoints with 20% profit drop in 2013

Paris - French oil giant Total said Wednesday its 2013 net profit dipped 20 percent to 8.4 billion euros ($11.45 billion), on the back of higher exploration charges and crumbling refinery margins in Europe.Adjusted net income, a key measure which excludes some...

The search for the world's perfect condom

Condoms have been around for at least the last 400 years, and then only used as a protection against pregnancy. As a protection from STD's, the history is more recent. Regardless of these facts, men really aren't too thrilled about using them.

'Mmm,' as Mermelada Mango Málaga launched in Spain

Three entrepreneurs from Vélez-Málaga in southern Spain have introduced the country's first 100 percent natural, locally-sourced mango jam, called Mermelada Mango Málaga, (hence the "mmm").

NSW Organic Pioneers Award at the SUSTAIN Show opening night Special

Sydney - SUSTAIN is described as a natural and organic lifestyle show. It is now in its eighth year, however, it was known as the Organic Expo & Green Show for the first seven years.

A natural antidepressant discovered

A scientific team based at Yale University have identified a natural anti-depressant. The substance, called neuritin, is found in the brain and it has a role in nerve transmission.

Review: Laundry toxins linked to cancers, genetic damage -- U.S. doctor

Are any hazardous substances coming out of your dryer vents? Dr. Anne Steinemann has done diverse research into what chemicals are released from laundry by-products, air fresheners, cleaners, lotions and other fragranced consumer products.

Video: Eco-village enjoys organic living in rural Russia

Many people are changing their way of living, opting out of the big cities and moving into eco-friendly, sustainable villages and eating healthy, organic food.

Natural disasters displaced 42 million people world-wide in 2010

Oslo - More than 42 million people world-wide were forced to flee due to a series of climate change-related natural disasters in 2010, more than double the number from 2009, and a new report says extreme weather events are set to continue.
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