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  • Panama Canalís LNG surprise will redefine trade in fuel
    When the newly widened Panama Canal opens in 2015, it will handle an estimated 12 million metric tons of liquefied natural gas annually, a cargo planners didnít even envision when starting the $5.25 billion expansion in 2007.
  • Nicaragua: 5 Reasons Why Noble Energy Is Right
    If collaborating with the disputed Falkland Islands' government wasn't adventurous enough, Noble Energy (NYSE: NBL) has been working with Nicaraguans to drill and explore in disputed territories yet again. Noble recently announced that it would invest $30 million to drill at Tyra and Isabel blocks, which may attract the attention of Colombia and Costa Rica.
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