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February, Tuesday

Ratings // Analytics

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How sanctions have benefited Russian Oil

Oil and gas producers have worked diligently to reduce the cost of their operations following the fall in crude oil prices at the end of 2014.

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The biggest oilmen of 2018

Here is the list of those important individuals in 2018.

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Rosneft quits Iran, $30 billion of potential joint investments

Rosneft is not the only Russian company said to have quit projects in Iran.

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China may face competition for Turkmen gas

Russia picked a curious time to restart gas imports from Turkmenistan.

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Tajikistan’s newest hydropower project

The 1st turbines at Roghun hydropower plant are set to go into operation on November 16 - in tribute to President Emomali Rahmon.

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The Russian oil industry will survive, even at $20 per barrel

Although from time to time oil howling sees very low prices, for Russia it is unimportant what the cost of a barrel will be, as long as it is no less than $20.

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10 energy surprises in 2017

It's pointless to list the obvious. For oil and gas, pundits know that things like OPEC compliance, U.S. rig counts, pipeline angst, and Chinese consumption are on a long list of standard items that are obligatory to parse from our cluttered news feeds.

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Calgary Woes Spread as Oil Patch Budget Cuts Deepen in 2016

Crime is rising, home prices are falling and food banks are overwhelmed in Calgary as job losses spread. And the worst isn't yet over in the heart of Canada's oil patch.

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A Comeuppance For Dirty Oil Sands?

As direct contributors to global warming, it is fair to say that the oil industry struggles to attract the ethical investor. In recent years however, even as we try to move towards a low-carbon economy, there has been a grudging acceptance that the world will remain dependent on oil for a long time.

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Russia’s next oil boom is happening in the Arctic

Russia regards the Arctic as a strategic area where it is willing to invest significantly.

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LNG market to reach $19.73 billion by 2026

Worldwide LNG capacity has increased by 50 % from 2015 to 2020.

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Turkmenistan looks to gas expansion

The authorities want to upgrade domestic & export infrastructure to make the country a major gas supplier.

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Israel, Cyprus, Greece, Italy show political will for EastMed gas pipe

The pipe still needs to secure buyers in Europe for its gas and companies prepared to invest in it.

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EU investors launch Central Asia’s largest solar plant in Kazakhstan

By 2023 Kazakhstan will produce over 3000 megawatts of electricity from renewable energy.

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Are Russia’s natural gas goals too ambitious?

Russia will not be able to muster 100 mtpa of liquefaction capacity in the foreseeable future to challenge Qatar.

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Vietnam’s oil production to drop 10% annually by 2025

 Depleting mature fields and lack of exploration & investment will result oil production declining until 2025.

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Asian refiners may favor Abu Dhabi crude over Far East Russian

The spike in Far East Russian crude premiums may attract interest for similar middle distillate-rich sour crudes.

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Bulgaria must do more to liberalise its energy markets

In 2017, the EC received a complaint from ClientEarth that Bulgaria handed 1.3 billionin illegal aid to coal-fired and power plants.

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Expert analysis: What’s next for Russian oil

The new setup will bring some changes to Russia's oil policy, with both internal and external consequences.

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Russian oil turns its back on its biggest customer

Since the start of 2018, Russia's pipeline crude oil exports to China have been growing, while its seaborne shipments to Europe have been falling.

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