Having recently started construction, the Turkish Stream project has made some progress with the joining of the shallow and deep-water pipeline with V. Putin in attendance.
The latest developments in Kurdish-Russian relations might be indicative of even deeper cooperation and convergence between the 2 nations.
19 June 2017 , 00:01276
No doubt when faced with the question «Who's the biggest oil guzzler in the world?» one would immediately think about the U.S. or China. Or perhaps India.
13 June 2017 , 00:02230
Russia's natural gas strategy in Europe is getting increased scrutiny from some U.S. lawmakers who worry about European energy dependence on their eastern neighbor.
05 June 2017 , 00:09203
It's no secret that Gazprom has been fending off challenges to its monopolist position as a natural gas exporter for some time now.
29 May 2017 , 00:02261
In spite of a blockade on shipments of anthracite coal from Donbass to Ukrainian thermal power plants since this past winter, the country has thus far avoided blackouts.
22 May 2017 , 00:04218
China has increased its focus on and engagement in the Arctic over the past decade.
15 May 2017 , 00:03283
Donald Trump signed an executive order on offshore energy development, which is looking to open more areas for offshore oil and gas exploration to secure American energy independence.
02 May 2017 , 00:04296
In the wake of the Arctic Summit in Arkhangelsk and Rosneft getting drilling activities underway in the Laptev Sea, one cannot help but think that Russia is carrying out a comeback to the offshore Arctic region.
24 April 2017 , 00:02363
It's dated Gazprom and flirted with Iran, but, ultimately, when it comes to gas, Georgia has only one true love - its ambitious southern neighbor, Azerbaijan.
17 April 2017 , 00:03296
Mr Gati Saadi Al-Jebouri, LUKOIL Vice President, Head of Middle East Upstream gave an interview on April 10, 2017 in preparation for the 11th edition of the Iraq Petroleum Conference in May 2017.
10 April 2017 , 16:23416
On a global level, 2015 and 2016 marked the lowest level of new conventional oil discoveries since 1952.
10 April 2017 , 00:02266
The Saudi government has issued a royal decree overhauling the corporate income tax for oil and natural gas companies that will be retroactively applied to the beginning of the year.
03 April 2017 , 00:02252
On 13 March, after 5 years of antitrust proceedings against Gazprom, the EU's commissioner for competition Margrethe Vestager announced that the European Commission was ready to settle the case.
27 March 2017 , 00:02428
2 of India's largest refiners, Reliance and Indian Oil Corporation, are setting their sights on buying Russian Urals crude as the key export grade shows signs of competing with some Middle Eastern sour barrels.
21 March 2017 , 00:25279
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.
13 March 2017 , 00:01308
Russia will remain the biggest source of supply through to 2035.
06 March 2017 , 00:04327
A geopolitical revolution is quietly taking place. Will it be allowed to continue?
27 February 2017 , 00:02308
The Saudi-led OPEC cuts may have supported oil prices and reduced market volatility, but they have also opened the door wide to rival crude grades flowing into the most prized market for the Middle Eastern producers: Asia.
20 February 2017 , 01:44333
Tehran's intentions to enter the European gas market still remain part of the political game played by Islamic Republic authorities to make the West more inclined to lift sanctions and restore its economic ties with Iran.
13 February 2017 , 00:05359