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Monster field can meet Egypt’s needs for a decade and cut Leviathan down to size
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Territorial claims from regional powers must be responsibly handled
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Mexico’s energy reforms are radical but unfinished
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Annan report shows the true cost of opaque mining deals
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US fertiliser producer to boost phosphate sourcing
Lack of a large-scale domestic group is source of Beijing’s irritation
Lonmin tragedy unearths chronic social issues
When commodity market movements are beyond human control, it is as well to take notice
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