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.
Is 2018 a banner year for Gazprom?
With the price of hydrocarbons rising, the company’s earnings have received a significant boost.
A.Merkel sees considerable energy cooperation potential with Qatar on LNG
Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani announced plans to invest $11.5 bln in the German economy.
Moldova pushes for energy independence from Russia
Dependence on Russian gas and electrical energy caused Moldova to take action during its final months in power.
Japan and Russia plan LNG hub in Far East
Japan seeks to ease the transport of LNG from northern Russia.
Bulgaria is helping Russia bypass Ukrainian gas transit
Russia’s plans to double the capacity of the Nord Stream encouraged Bulgaria to develop a regional gas hub with Russian help.
USA asks Japan to stop importing Iranian crude
The U.S. has asked Japan to completely stop importing Iranian crude.
Qatar: LNG market to tighten after 2024
The LNG market is not in oversupply currently and will likely tighten after 2024.
Trump’s tariffs on EU are great news for Russia
The trade relations between the U.S. and the EU took a turn for the worse, after Trump imposed steel and aluminum tariffs.
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.
Germany moves forward with controversial Nord Stream-2
Germany's continued support for Nord Stream-2 and US failure to make good on its threats to sanction Russian gas projects are key reasons why Gazprom continues to build pipelines to EU.
Georgia to purchase natural gas only from Azerbaijan
Georgian annual energy assessment shows that Georgia will not purchase any natural gas from Russia this year.
Ukraine looks to boost domestic nuclear capacity
Westinghouse will extend nuclear fuel deliveries to 7 of Ukraine's 15 nuclear power units to 2021-2025.
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.
Russia and China grow closer as the new Silk Road unfolds
China's Belt and Road Initiative heralds a new era with mega infrastructure projects dotting the landscape.
Russia plans 1st-ever sale of yuan bonds
Russia reportedly prepping a $1 billion yuan-denominated bond issuance in an effort to preemptively diversify financing risks away from the West.
2019 сould be a very bad year for Ukraine
If Russia stops using Ukraine as a transit country for energy exports a major hole will open in the Ukrainian economy which Europe and the US do not appear prepared to fill.
$12.9 bln Essar Oil deal with Rosneft-led consortium concluded: 10 things to know
Essar successfully concluded sale of Essar Oil to Rosneft and Trafigura-UCP Consortium for $12.9 billion. The deal is Russia's largest ever foreign investment and India's largest FDI.
Japan-Russia gas pipeline mostly a pipe dream
A proposed natural gas pipeline linking Japan and Russia remains on hold despite being discussed at a summit meeting between Japanese PM Abe and Putin.
70 years of India-Russia relations: emerging trends in cooperation
India and Russia have been celebrating 70 years of establishment of diplomatic relations.
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