Peter Ward finds that the Middle East's upstream pumps sector is renewing its focus on efficiency.
17 August 2012 , 10:07618
European resistance to oil-linked gas prices will drive Russia to seek Asian export partners, predicts a new report by international business intelligence firm GlobalData.
16 August 2012 , 15:33774
Oil traded near a three-month high in New York as speculation that China will take more steps to boost economic growth countered signs of weakening demand in the U.S.
09 August 2012 , 13:40594
CEO and President & Chief Commercial Officer to Speak at Intersolar North America, Where SoloPower Will Showcase Newly Certified SoloPanels(R) and Pioneering Installation Solutions
10 July 2012 , 11:32657
The costs of building and operating upstream oil and gas facilities set near-record highs in the first quarter of 2012, according to cost indexes developed by IHS.
06 July 2012 , 14:11318
A popular Russian saying goes, "He who does not take risks does not get to drink champagne." In the case of the Shtokman gas field, the saying may be amended to, "He who does not take risks does not stand to make a fortune at the world's biggest natural gas reservoir."
13 June 2012 , 17:08258
Head of the Energy and Gas Directorate Anton Gladchenko tells about APG utilisation
10 April 2012 , 14:29355
Among the news from East ,the last two days: Italy's ENI raised its estimated natural gas reserves in Mozambique to the oil equivalent of 6.5 billion barrels, a full third greater than the 5 billion barrels it previously estimated.
29 March 2012 , 17:55918
An exclusive conversation with Nouriel Roubini and Ian Bremmer on the toll of war with Iran -- and why China and Russia just don't care anymore what the United States thinks of them.
11 March 2012 , 14:05460
Gulfsands Petroleum has weathered the recent sanctions against the Syrian to make an important discovery in the country.
15 December 2011 , 19:04792
Ukraine represent a market for minor to medium sized oil and gas companies as no major international player has made permanent presence there yet in the exploration or production phase
20 September 2011 , 18:182452
Twenty billion barrels of oil have been pumped up from the Norwegian continental shelf since production started in June 1971. It all began at the Ekofisk field, which in 2006 is Norway's most productive oil and gas field and a national cultural heritage monument.
17 August 2011 , 11:232014
One of last month's most interesting developments in Persian Gulf power politics played out not in the Middle East, but in Vienna, Paris, and Washington.
06 July 2011 , 11:421745
Tune in TODAY for a webcast of the Arctic Imperative Conference organized by Alaska Dispatch Alice RogoffPublisher Alice Rogoff (Photo), featuring Arctic political and thought leaders including: Iceland's President Ólafur Ragnar GrÍmsson, Alaska Lieutenant Governor Mead Treadwell, former governors Frank Murkowski, and Bill Sheffield, U.S. Senators Lisa Murkowski and Mark Begich, and many other luminaries.
21 June 2011 , 00:121843
WINGAS firmly believes in the growing importance of natural gas in the European energy mix.
18 May 2011 , 22:021777
Integra Group (LSE: INTE), a leading independent provider of diversified oilfield services, and VTB Bank (Deutschland) AG increased their existing term loan facility with permitted reborrowings from US$50 million to US$100 million and extended the tenor by 5 years. Furthermore, the company benefits from improved pricing terms.
03 May 2011 , 07:481391
With instability in the Middle East driving oil prices higher PCI offers six informed perspectives on what to expect in the days, weeks and months ahead.
11 March 2011 , 09:051932
The common historical and cultural past of the two countries and the economic difficulties they both faced after the collapse of the Soviet Union have pushed them to stay close.
28 July 2010 , 13:423136
Since the collapse of the USSR the relationship between Russia and the European Union (EU) has evolved in various phases mainly based on global securities issues, economic trade and energetic questions.
28 July 2010 , 13:335852
After the collapse of the USSR in 1991, the Russian Federation adopted, through what it was called the “shock therapy”, the market economy and the capitalism system. 4 years later, as a consequence of an always more globalized economy, the former trade agreement called GATT (general agreement on tariffs and trade) was replaced by a new entity: the world trade organization (WTO).
01 June 2010 , 14:019134