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December, Sunday

Ratings // Analytics

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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 oil markets becoming immune to geopolitical risk?

After lying dormant for a few months, the risk premium in oil is back.

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Iran's oil minister defends market share

Iran's oil minister said on August 26, 2016, that he'll go to an Algerian meeting where producers could move to stabilize prices, but kept his defense of market share.

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Kazakh CPC exports hit record high as Asian buying interest grows

Loadings of CPC blend from the Russian Novorossiisk hit a record 1.52 million b/d.

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Vietnam and Russia expand joint South China Sea gas projects

Vietnam and Russia are working closely together on gas projects in the South China Sea.

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Analyst explains role of different countries in Turkish Stream

Gazprom announced plans to extend the Turkish Stream pipeline to Bulgaria, then Serbia, Hungary and Slovakia.

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The 6 factors driving oil markets in 2018

Uncertainty appears to have returned to oil markets of late, with a cluster of factors battling for influence over prices.

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Petroyuan may supplant petrodollars as Russia’s oil & gas replace US influence in Asia

The «Great Game» over oil and energy dominance is being played out in Asia's energy markets.

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Russia to dominate European gas for 2 decades

Russia will remain the biggest source of supply through to 2035.

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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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Japan to boost energy cooperation with Russia

Amid growing uncertainties on the oil market, Japan is looking to boost its energy cooperation with Russia.

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China, Russia and EU edge away from petrodollar

The exclusivity of the dollar as a vehicle for global crude oil trading is increasingly being challenged by other currencies.

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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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USA asks Japan to stop importing Iranian crude

The U.S. has asked Japan to completely stop importing Iranian crude.

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Russia sees no energy headwinds from sanctions

Retaliation is not out of the question when considering economic pressures used by the U.S. and EU, Russia's energy minister said.

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Oil falls on China concerns

Oil prices fell on January 13, 2017 and were on track to end the week lower on lingering doubts over the extent of Opec cuts, with sentiment worsened by concerns over the economic health of the world's 2nd-largest oil consumer China after it reported the steepest falls in overall exports since 2009.

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Gazprom defends European gas position

Russian natural gas will at the very least remain at a steady level in the European market, though some level of growth is likely, Gazprom Deputy Chairman Alexander Medvedev said.

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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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SoloPower's Second Generation Flexible Modules Certified to UL and IEC Standards, Marking World-Class Technological Achievement

CEO and President & Chief Commercial Officer to Speak at Intersolar North America, Where SoloPower Will Showcase Newly Certified SoloPanels(R) and Pioneering Installation Solutions

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Kazakhstan: the new “Great Game” in Central Asia

In the whole 19th century, Central Asia was in the heart of a complex geostrategic game which saw strong rivalries and conflicts between the British and the Russian Empires for supremacy in Central Asia.

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