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Under Putin in 2003, Russia leveled massive tax claims against Yukos, then seized the company when it couldn't pay
British government aims to speed up shale exploration three years after fracking operations caused earthquakes
Twice a day dangerous trains containing 190,000 barrels of crude oil roll into the city, causes concern for many
Baghdad bristles at Kurdish region's attempt to sell oil, seeing threat to Iraq's territorial integrity
The US has pressured American companies not to buy oil directly from autonomous Kurdistan; buyer has not been identified
Journalist Katie Colaneri explains how the state health department allegedly instructed employees to ignore complaints.
David Ariosto investigates what fracking means to the global economy
With much of the domestic oil moving by train, there are concerns about safety given the number of accidents
Cheap natural gas from America's fracking boom is bringing new jobs to old industrial towns