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Soyabean prices slide despite low stocks

Source: Financial Times, 30th September 2014

Traders look ahead to record global crop as farmers begin to harvest oilseed

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Rising shale output disrupts US gas prices

Source: Financial Times, 29th September 2014

Pipeline owners scramble to keep up with shale gas drilling

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BP loses ‘excess’ compensation ruling

Source: Financial Times, 25th September 2014

Decision over Gulf spill payments is a setback for oil group

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Shale reshaping crop nutrient sector

Source: Financial Times, 25th September 2014

Cheap natural gas behind Yara and CF $27bn merger talks

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US gasoline jumps on inventories fall

Source: Financial Times, 24th September 2014

Gasoline is becoming a focal point not only for traders of the crude oil from which it is refined but also for producers of ethanol

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Australia export earnings set to fall

Source: Financial Times, 24th September 2014

Lower iron ore and coal prices are expected to offset rise a in shipments, according to official forecasts, but prospects ‘remain positive’

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India cancels hundreds of coal licences

Source: Financial Times, 24th September 2014

India’s Supreme Court has confirmed the cancellation of more than 200 coal licences belonging to dozens of private sector industrial groups

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Sanctions scupper Total/Lukoil venture

Source: Financial Times, 23rd September 2014

The latest set of sanctions announced two weeks ago by the US and EU restrict western financing and technology to various Russian energy projects

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The tide is turning against the thermal coal industry

New York, 22 September 2014

New research by the Carbon Tracker Initiative (CTI) today identifies major financial risks for investors in coal producers around the world, from the domino effect of slowing demand growth in China, where thermal coal demand could peak as early as 2016.

Read more: The tide is turning against the thermal coal industry

Mexico’s oil hedging deal exposed

Source: Financial Times, 19th September 2014

The public disclosure of a large options trade on a new database has led to speculation that the country’s government has locked in a price for most of its oil exports next year

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