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White House threatens Spanish oil giant Repsol with ‘devastating sanctions’ if it doesn’t stop drilling in Venezuela
THE White House has threatened Repsol with ‘devastating sanctions’ unless it withdraws from Venezuela. Along with Italy's ENI and...
REPSOL has suffered losses of €487 million between January and March.
MANY homes in Spain still rely on bottled gas as they don’t have access to mains gas, especially rural homes and businesses.
Officials have paid €75,000 to share a stand with Madrid at the Mipim property fair in Cannes, France, the biggest such event in the world.
A petition has gained almost 25,000 signatures
Spain could become a gas exporter by 2031
But projects off the Mijas coastline still look to go ahead
The 'corporate conquistadors' are accused of causing irreparable damage to indigenous communities
EXCLUSIVE: As the Costa del Sol faces up to fracking, Greenpeace spokesman Julio Barea tells Jacqueline Fanchini why we should embrace renewable energy
Greenpeace and the Junta are backing a protest flotilla against fracking off the Mijas coastline
The WWF is campaigning for a whale sanctuary instead
President of the archipelago threatens divorce from Spain over oil-drilling
Citizens are up in arms about the drilling, due to start in February 2015
The protest group will meet in Fuengirola on Saturday June 28
Spain's largest oil company to begin hunt just 40 miles off Lanzarote and Fuerteventura
EXCLUSIVE: Spaniards and expats visit Repsol's proposed spot to raise awareness about the plans
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