Flaring Wastes Gas as North Dakota Lacks Pipelines

April 7 (Bloomberg) -- Russell Rankin, a regional manager for Statoil ASA, and Craig Dvirnak and Theodora Bird Bear, residents of western North Dakota, talk with Bloomberg's Jennifer Oldham about the practice by energy companies of flaring natural gas from oil wells. Twice as much gas is wasted through flaring than in 2012 amid a rush to exploit the state's Bakken shale formation. (Source: Bloomberg)
BOJ Policies May Now Be Counterproductive: Bevan
35:56 - CCLA Investment Management Chief Investment Officer James Bevan discusses Bank of Japan monetary policy, impact of changing demographics and outlook for various Japanese markets. He speaks with Jonathan Ferro on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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