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Kinder Morgan Halts Most Work on Disputed Canada Pipeline

Apr 09, 2018

Kinder Morgan Canada on Sunday suspended most work on a C$7.4 billion ($5.8 billion) oil pipeline expansion that has become the focus of protests, a move underscoring uncertainty over major energy projects in Canada. Company Chairman Steve…

Oil Edges Up But U.S.-China Trade Tensions Weigh

Apr 09, 2018

Trade dispute between U.S./China unsettles markets as U.S. drillers add 11 rigs drilling for new oil. Oil markets stabilised on Monday after having lost around 2 percent last Friday as concerns grew over the impact on global growth from…

Rolls-Royce bags first nuclear power contract in China

Apr 07, 2018

Rolls-Royce has signed a contract to modernise rod control system equipment in 14 of CGN’s CPR1000 nuclear power units in China. It’s the first contract of its kind for Rolls-Royce in China and was signed with CGN subsidiary, Suzhou Nuclear Power Research Institute (SNPI)…

Gazprom CEO Proud of Inclusion on US Sanctions List

Apr 06, 2018

The CEO of Russia's Gazprom, Alexei Miller, said on Friday he was proud of having been included on a new U.S. sanctions list and that the company's policies were right.'Not being included in the first list I even had some doubts - maybe something is wrong (with me)…

Mexican Presidential Front-Runner Eyes Pemex Reforms

Apr 06, 2018

Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the leftist leading the race to win Mexico's presidency in July, will root out corruption at Pemex and also aims to slim down the state-owned oil and gas company, his pick for finance minister said on Thursday. In an interview with Reuters…

Oil Dips on Trump's Latest China Trade Talk

Apr 06, 2018

Trump threatens tariffs on $100 bln more of China trade. Oil prices fell on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump's threat of new tariffs on China reignited fears of a trade war between the world's two biggest economies. Trump said on Thursday he had ordered U…

Russneft: No Plans to Merge with Neftisa

Apr 05, 2018

Russian oil producer Russneft said on Thursday that it had no plans to merge with Neftisa, but said the idea had been discussed many times.Russneft was responding after sources told Reuters that Russia's top state lender Sberbank opposed a…

Houthis Attack Saudi Oil Tanker

Apr 04, 2018

An attack on a Saudi tanker by Yemen's Houthis will not hit oil supplies, Saudi Arabia's energy minister said on Wednesday, after the Iran-allied group said it had targeted a warship in response to an air strike that killed civilians. The Western-backed…

BP eyes 119 LNG Cargoes Annually From Indonesia

Apr 04, 2018

Oil major BP is targeting shipping 119 cargoes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from its Tangguh project in Indonesia's West Papua province this year, including 22 for the domestic market, a company official said on Wednesday. BP expects to…

Oil Hits Two-week Low After China Hits U.S. Goods With Tariffs

Apr 04, 2018

U.S. crude inventories also likely saw build for 2nd week. Oil fell to its lowest in two weeks on Wednesday after China said it would impose tariffs on a number of U.S. goods including agricultural products, raising the prospect of a growing trade war that could impact global growth…

Norway Labour Unions Threaten Strike by 35,000 Workers

Apr 03, 2018

Almost 35,000 private-sector workers organised by Norway's largest labour unions plan to go on strike from April 8 unless a deal is found over wages, pensions and other compensation, the unions said on Tuesday. The first wave of a strike…

LNG Destination Flexibility Seen Spreading

Apr 02, 2018

Japan's biggest city gas seller Tokyo Gas Co expects that contracts for liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes with destination flexibility will spread from the West and Japan to be a common thing worldwide, the company's new president said. Japan's…

Trump to Unveil China Tariff List

Apr 02, 2018

The Trump administration this week will unveil the list of Chinese imports targeted for U.S. tariffs to punish Beijing over technology transfer policies, a move expected to intensify trade tensions between the world's two largest economies. The…

China Tariffs on U.S. Ethanol to Cut Off Imports in Short-Term

Apr 02, 2018

Chinese buyers of U.S. ethanol will have to cut their imports because of new higher tariffs but they will have to return to the overseas market to meet the government's targets for using the fuel, industry participants and analysts said on Monday…

Total announces first gas from Timimoun field, Algeria

Mar 31, 2018

Total announces first gas from the Timimoun field in southwestern Algeria. The production complex with a capacity of around 5 million cubic meters of natural gas per day at plateau (around 30,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boe/d)), is jointly operated by Sonatrach (51%)…

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