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Algeria launches oil/gas exploration round

Algeria, launching its latest energy exploration and production licensing round, invited on Sunday foreign and Algerian firms to apply for pre-qualification to bid for what it called high potential oil and gas blocks.

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Algeria in the way to double the numbers of its anti-terror security forces, interior minister said

Following the recent attack and killing of four policemen this month when a suicide car-bomber rammed his explosives-laden vehicle into a police station in Naciria, east of Algiers, Zerhouni said that recent suicide bombings in Algeria were "spectacular terrorist attacks,

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Algeria unwelcome the UN investigation decision on its headquarters bombing

Algeria does not welcome a United Nations investigation into a bombing that killed 17 U.N. staff because the move was decided without consulting Algerian authorities, the prime minister said. The U.N. said on Monday that Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon had appointed an independent panel to probe the December 11 bombing in Algiers.

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Algeria aims to triple LNG exports to US

Algiers: Algerian state-owned energy group Sonatrach, a leading gas supplier to Europe, will triple liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports to the United States to 12 billion cubic metres by 2010, the company's chief executive said yesterday.

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Algeria, Spain vow to resolve gas pricing row

ALGIERS (Reuters) - Algeria and Spain expressed readiness on Wednesday to end a row over gas pricing after the North African country had said it wanted a 20 percent hike.

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