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Europe may reconsider stance on fracking

Recent political events in Ukraine and Russia's involvement may cause some EU member-states to reconsider their stance towards hydraulic fracturing.
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FDA bans import of drugs from Sun Pharma's Gujarat facility

The U.S. FDA has issued an import alert for Indian drug maker Sun Pharmaceuticals Ltd., banning the import of drug products manufactured at the company's facility in Gujarat.
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UK chemical facility incident hospitalizes 20 workers

An industrial incident at a chemical facility in Runcorn, Cheshire, north-west England, resulted in about 20 people being taken to a local hospital.
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UK to face water shortages in medium- to long-term, study claims

Britain's power grid may be seriously affected by water shortages in the future, a new study warns.
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Total plans to tap into Iraqi petrochemical market

French oil company Total is exploring options to expand its presence in the Middle East and tap the growing local market by constructing a large petrochemical complex in Iraq.
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Indian pharmaceutical firms braced for effect from US drug supply market mergers

The U.S. pharmaceutical supply chain is predicted to go through a stage of consolidation which will have an impact on the Indian drug manufacturing market, according to industry experts.
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Poland moves to attract foreign shale gas companies with tax breaks

Poland is thinking of implementing an extensive shale exploration and development plan that aims to reduce its energy dependence on Russia and boosts its own economy.
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Canadian crude unlikely to prevent North Dakota oil industry growth

If the United States moves to approve the proposed major pipelines carrying Canadian crude, the effect of the increased import of crude from north of the border may not be as significant as many industry representatives claim.
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EU chemical industry on the verge of collapse, Ineos boss warns

The European chemical industry is in grave danger and a large part of it might close down within the next 10 years, Jim Ratcliffe, chairman of chemical giant Ineos, has warned.
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Enbridge gets approval for major pipeline reversal

Canada's National Energy Board has given the green light to Enbridge's plan to reverse the flow of the pipeline known as Line 9, carrying crude oil from Montreal to Sarnia, Ontario.
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