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Extraction Innovations and Best Practices Featured In JISEA-Authored Study

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DENVER, March 26, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Extraction Oil & Gas (Extraction) (NASDAQ: XOG) features prominently in a new study by the Joint Institute for Strategic Energy Analysis (JISEA), operated by the Alliance for Sustainable Energy, LLC, on behalf of the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory, the University of Colorado-Boulder, the Colorado Read More

What is Article 13? Controversial EU copyright law faces final vote

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A hotly-contested copyright provision is haunting Europe, troubling internet freedom advocates and content creators alike. Article 13, facing its final vote, would place heavy restrictions on content sharing, from films to memes. The proposed law requires anyone sharing copyrighted content to obtain permission from rights owners, even if the content is just an animated gif Read More

UK opposition demands end to support for Saudis after special forces casualties in Yemen

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A UK opposition coalition has demanded an end to arms sales to the Saudi-led coalition waging war in Yemen after five British special forces men were reportedly wounded in combat in which they weren’t officially participating. “It is morally reprehensible that the UK government is not only not considering changing its policy, but is actively Read More

Chaparral Energy to Present at Independent Petroleum Association of America’s Oil and Gas Investment Symposium

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OKLAHOMA CITY, March 25, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Chaparral Energy, Inc. (NYSE: CHAP) today announced it will participate in the Independent Petroleum Association of America’s Oil and Gas Investment Symposium on Monday, April 8 in New York City. The company will present at 11:35 a.m. Eastern, with a break-out session to follow. It will also Read More

UK urged to suspend arms sales to Saudi over Yemen war

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By Deborah Haynes, foreign affairs editor The leaders of Britain’s five main opposition parties have demanded the UK government halts arms sales to Saudi Arabia for use in the war in Yemen, stops all British military operations in the kingdom and condemns Riyadh’s conduct in the conflict. The message was due to be delivered to Read More

US airstrikes kill a dozen Afghan civilians, as battle with Taliban heats up – report

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American airstrikes have killed around a dozen Afghan civilians in the northern province of Kunduz, local officials have said. The strikes came as US-backed Afghan forces and Taliban militants vie for control of the area. One provincial councillor put the death toll at twelve, while another estimated that 13 civilians died, including children, in Saturday’s Read More

Disaster in the making: Another dam in Brazil on verge of IMMINENT collapse

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Another dam operated by the Brazilian mining giant Vale is in imminent danger of collapse and has been assessed at the highest level of threat. The warning comes two months after a deadly dam burst that killed over 200 people. On Friday, the tailings dam attracted the highest, ‘third level’ of threat, according to the Read More

As Mueller's two-year report ends, what could happen next?

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By Cordelia Lynch, US correspondent Unlike so many things in Washington, Robert Mueller’s investigation has generated very few leaks.  The special counsel’s team has quietly and protectively been beavering away in an unremarkable office in southeast Washington while the rest of us are left to speculate on what they may or may not be thinking. Read More