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The New Zealand Green Building Council calls for new buildings to be rid of gas and coal
The Green Building Council urges the Government to go green with buildings or fail to reach its zero carbon goal. 
© 2019 3:45pm 

-Iran says seized Stena Impero oil tanker is 'free to go'
-Iran Says Itís Ready to Release U.K.-Flagged Oil Tanker

Johnson blames Iran for Saudi Arabia oil attacks
The prime minister declines to rule out military action ahead of talks with Iran at the UN. 
© 2019 BBCWorld Mon 9:15pm 

-Kerry says Iran was likely behind Saudi oil plant attack
-The World's Oil Security Blanket Has Been Torched

Saudi Arabia oil attacks: A look at the damage
After attacks against the country's oil infrastructure, the BBC's Frank Gardner surveys the damage. 
© 2019 BBCWorld Sun 8:15am 

Saudi Arabia vows to respond to oil attacks with 'necessary measures'
The kingdom says it will take "necessary measures" as it reiterates that Iran is to blame. 
© 2019 BBCWorld Sun 8:15am 

Yellow vest protests: Dozens of arrests in Paris
More than 7,000 police were deployed in Paris, with tear gas used to quell the disruption. 
© 2019 BBCWorld Sun 2:05am 

-United States announces military response and Iran sanctions after attacks on Saudi oil facilities
-Crossfire Hurricane review: tale of Trump and the FBI is a gas gas gas

US sending troops to bolster Saudi defences after drone attack
US President Donald Trump has approved sending American troops to bolster Saudi Arabia's air defences after the largest-ever attack on the kingdom's oil facilities, which Washington has blamed on Iran. 
© 2019 RadioNZ Sat 12:55am 

-Trump to send US troops to Saudi Arabia following attacks on oil facilities

Saudi oil facility attacks: Race on to restore supplies
The BBC's Frank Gardner visits the Khurais and Abqaiq facilities targeted by drones and missiles. 
© 2019 BBCWorld Sat 7:35am 

-Journalists see heart of Saudi oil industry after attack

Cuba's 'sonic weapon' may have been mosquito gas
A mystery illness that has blighted diplomats in Havana may have been due to fumigation, a study says. 
© 2019 BBCWorld Sat 1:25am 

Coal use increasing under Labour-Green policies - National
The Coalition Government should be embarrassed that electricity generation using natural gas is declining, while generation using coal is increasing, Nationalís Energy and Resources spokesperson Jonathan Young says. 
© 2019 Fri 11:25am 

Auckland jet fuel arrangements a potential barrier to new entrants
The three major oil companies' control of fuelling at Auckland International Airport is a potential barrier to competition and should be reviewed as part of the airport's redevelopment, a government inquiry says.Ownership of the... 
© 2019 NZ Herald Thu 1:05pm 

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Iran rejects fresh accusations over Saudi oil attack
The leaders of France, Germany and the UK backed US claims that Iran attacked oil installations. 
© 2019 BBCWorld 3:45pm 

Taranaki oil exploration suspension shows high risks involved in sunset industry, insiders say
Industry insiders say the oil industry is in a sunset phase as offshore exploration risks increased. 
© 2019 Mon 9:25pm 

-UK says Iran responsible for attack on Saudi oil facilities

Petrol price 'horror' trumps horror of war
Mediawatch - A drone attack on a Saudi Arabian oil well earlier this week saw journalists resort to words like "horror" and "nightmare", but they weren't referring to the hundreds of thousands who experts say would likely die if war breaks out, ... 
© 2019 RadioNZ Mon 8:15am 

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Shocking X-rays show how vaping left teen's lungs caked with hardened oil
Shocking X-rays show how a US 19-year-old who vapes e-cigarettes has been left with oil-filled lungs and fighting for his life.Anthony Mayo from Erie, Pennsylvania, became seriously ill last week as he struggled to breathe, looked... 
© 2019 NZ Herald Sat 9:55pm 

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-Inside the Saudi oil plants hit in drone attack blamed on Iran
-After Iran bombs Saudi oil infrastructure, should the United States retaliate?
-'All-out war' would decimate Iran's economy, cause oil prices to soar
-Cuba: diplomat expulsions, gas crisis part of US offensive
-Syrian activists: Anti-govt protests held in oil-rich east
-Saudi Attacks Havenít Spooked Oil Enough
-Saudi coalition launches attacks on Yemeni Ďmilitary targetsí in first operation since oil facilities attack, says local media

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Todd plans Kapuni drilling campaign
Todd Energy is preparing for a new round of drilling to extend reserves and production at the onshore Kapuni gas field 
© 2019 Fri 8:55am 

Consumers still short-changed over fish oil, study suggests
Kiwi consumers may still be getting short-changed over fish oil supplements, with a new study showing most of those tested weren't true to label.Several years after scientists first raised serious concerns, a fresh investigation... 
© 2019 NZ Herald Fri 5:25am 

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