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Daily (20.07.2018): Carbon prices jumped by 2.7% on Thursday due to strong auction

Brent crude decreased by 0.4% to end at $72.58 a barrel on Thursday, due to a strong dollar, higher U.S. crude output and an unpredicted rise in the production of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and Russia. On the other side, WTI crude hiked by 1% to $69.46 a barrel, after Saudi Arabia's OPEC governor declared the kingdom's crude exports will decline by around 100,000 barrels per day in August.

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First shipment of gas from Yamal LNG project arrives in China

The first shipment of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the Yamal LNG project in the Arctic arrived in Jiangsu Province in eastern China on Thursday, reports thepaper.cn.

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US government to investigate uranium imports

At the request of two domestic uranium producers, the US Department of Commerce (DOC) has launched an investigation into whether "the present quantity and circumstances" of uranium imports threatens national security. However, the US nuclear energy industry has warned that a suggested quota on imports would have a significant financial impact on the country's reactor operators.

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UK to scrap Feed-in Tariff scheme in April 2019

The UK Government has announced plans to axe the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme from April next year.

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Daily (19.07.2018): UK gas prices boosted by around 2% on Wednesday, due to strong demand and lower supplies

Oil prices surged on Wednesday, as U.S. government data pointed out stronger demand for gasoline and distillates. Brent crude climbed 1% higher to end at $72.90 a barrel. Meanwhile, WTI crude also hiked by 1% to $68.76 a barrel, even though U.S. oil production hit a new record of 11 million barrels per day.

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