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Turkey told Iraq it would deal only with the Iraqi government on crude oil exports, the office of Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said on Sept. 28.
The Gulf crisis between Qatar and some Arab states led by Saudi Arabia would not affect the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries’ (OPEC) oil cap agreement, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on July 10.
ISTANBUL - The Associated Press
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has accepted an award at the World Petroleum Congress, hosted by Turkey this year.
Oil and gas will remain central to the world’s supply of energy for decades to come, the chief executive of giant producer Saudi Aramco said on July 10, urging market players to ensure energy security by bolstering faltering investment.
ISTANBUL - Anadolu Agency
The 22nd World Petroleum Congress (WPC), the largest meeting of the oil and gas industry, opened in Istanbul on July 9
Turkey wants to start construction of its planned second nuclear plant in the Black Sea province of Sinop as soon as possible and has already started working on a planned third nuclear plant, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on July 10.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on July 8 that Turkey would not ratify the Paris climate accord, speaking at the end of the G-20 summit in Germany
Investments in electricity surpassed those in oil and gas for the first time ever in 2016 on a spending splurge on renewable energy and power grids as the fall in crude prices led to deep cuts, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on July 11.
Russia will start supplying gas to China through a new pipeline by the end of 2019, state gas giant Gazprom said on July 4, as part of a mammoth $400-billion deal.
India will increase the share of natural gas to 20 percent in its energy mix by 2030, India’s petroleum minister said on July 11 in Istanbul.
Energy-rich Qatar said on July 4 it plans to increase natural gas production by 30 percent over the next several years, as it faces pressure from its neighbors in a diplomatic crisis.
Turkey will increase its annual natural gas storage capacity to 11 billion cubic meters (bcm) by 2023, Energy and Natural Resources Minister Berat Albayrak said on July 10 in Istanbul.
Russia’s largest natural gas producer, Gazprom, estimates the cost of building two lines of the Turkish Stream gas pipeline to be $6 billion, Gazprom Deputy Chief Executive Andrei Kruglov was quoted as saying by Reuters on June 22.