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Soyabeans tumble on bumper US crops

Source: Financial Times, 30th June 2014

The US Department of Agriculture said domestic acres planted with the oilseed totalled a record high 84.8m acres this spring, up 11 per cent from last year and well above previous estimates

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‘Hot’ Kurdish oil, cold legal comfort

Source: Financial Times, 30th June 2014

John Dizard finds it takes more than a wink from the CIA or a nod from the chair of a Senate committee to ship Iraqi oil with disputed ownership

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Oil falls on week as Iraq fears fade

Source: Financial Times, 30th June 2014

Escalating violence has not dented the country’s oil production, with the country’s oil minister saying exports had averaged 2.5m b/d in June

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Israeli deal with BG worth $30bn in pipeline

Source: Financial Times, 29th June 2014

Contract is biggest cross-border deal yet between Israeli industry and neighbour, reflecting revived fortunes for Egypt’s natural gas sector

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Israeli pipeline plan to BG’s Egypt field

Source: Financial Times, 29th June 2014

Contract is biggest cross-border deal yet between Israeli industry and neighbour, reflecting revived fortunes for Egypt’s natural gas sector

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Gazprom looks to sidestep dollar

Source: Financial Times, 27th June 2014

Russian gas giant is considering issuing bonds in Asian currencies and is “ready in principle” to receive payment from China in renminbi

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The opaque world of Myanmar oil

Source: Financial Times, 27th June 2014

The fast-opening southeast Asian country has handed out dozens of oil blocks via opaque auctions that campaigners warn have recalled the secretive days of military rule

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US oil exports spark policy debate

Source: Financial Times, 26th June 2014

Recent rulings do not change terms of the export ban, lawyers say, while other companies line up to follow Pioneer in shipping oil condensates

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Pioneer and Enterprise export light oil

Source: Financial Times, 25th June 2014

The minimal processing used by Pioneer could be emulated by other companies as a low-cost way to make their oil eligible for export

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Australia plan to repeal carbon tax falters

Source: Financial Times, 25th June 2014

Plan to unpick environmental policies aimed at tackling climate change is in disarray after mining magnate-turned-politician Clive Palmer intervenes

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