Cleaning Gas Enables C02 Sales to Oil Producers

April 1 (Bloomberg) -- The natural gas boom in the U.S., born of fracking and horizontal drilling, is a growing source of carbon dioxide, which more and more companies are trying to clean and capture. They then sell the CO2 to oil companies to help extract more oil from the ground. Bloomberg Markets magazine looks into this burgeoning industry in the May issue. (Source: Bloomberg)
PetroChina Misses Full Year Estimates, Trumps Peers
22:59 - China’s largest oil and gas producer missed expectations for its full year earnings. Bloomberg’s Christine Hah reports on “First Up.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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