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Syria has crossed a "red line" with its use of chemical weapons, including the nerve agent sarin gas, against rebels, a move that is prompting the United States to increase the "scale and scope" of its support for the opposition, the White House said Thursday. The acknowledgment is the first time President Barack Obama's administration has definitively said what it has long suspected -- that President Bashar al-Assad's forces have used chemical weapons in the ongoing civil war. "The intelligence community estimates that 100 to 150 people have died from detected chemical weapons attacks in Syria to date; however, casualty data is likely incomplete," Ben Rhodes, the deputy national security adviser for strategic communications, said in a statement released by the White House.However,...
Posted on 06/17/2013 at 13:00.
Posted on 06/12/2013 at 13:59.
Trouble is, simply having more oil..."...estimates in the updated reporttaken in conjunction with EIA’s own assessment ofresources within theUnited States indicate technically recoverable resources of 345 billion barrels ofworld shale oil resources and 7,299 trillion cubic feet of world shale ga sresources. The new global shalegas resource estimate is 10 percent higher than the estimate in the 2011 report......Although the shale resource estimates presented in this report will likely change overtime as additionalinformation becomes available, it is evident that shale resources that were until recently not included intechnically recoverable resources constitute a substantial share of overall global technically recoverableoil and natural gas resources. The shale oil resources assessed in this report, combined with EIA’s priorestimate of U.S. tight oil resources that are predominantly in shales, add approximately 11 percent tothe 3,012 billion barrels of proved and unproved technically recoverable nonshale oil resourcesidentified in recent assessments."
Posted on 06/11/2013 at 21:23.
"Officials carried out unannounced inspections at the premises of several companies active in and providing services to the crude oil, refined oil products and biofuels sectors," the commission said. The inspections took place in two European Union member states and one non-EU country, it said. "The Commission has concerns that the companies may have colluded in reporting distorted prices to a price reporting agency to manipulate the published prices for a number of oil and biofuel products," it said. The commission also said companies may have prevented others from participating in the price-assessment process with the intent to distort published prices.Allegations...
Posted on 06/10/2013 at 23:57.
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