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Azeri state energy firm SOCAR plans to borrow about $4 billion from foreign banks to finance construction Turkey's second refinery.
WASHINGTON - Reuters
Oil and gas exploration around Cyprus could soon be receiving a major boost...
ANKARA - Reuters
Turkish state oil company Turkish Petroleum is partnering with KRG and Exxon Mobil...
NEW YORK - The Associated Press
A controversial oil pipeline to the U.S. Gulf Coast “absolutely needs to go...
KONYA - Anatolia News Agency
Central Anatolian district of Karapınar is set to be Turkey’s energy hub with solar...
BEIJING - Reuters
China warned the European Union that imposing duties on Chinese solar panels...
BALIKESİR - Hürriyet Daily News
Sabancı-E.ON joint venture Enerjisa has started up Turkey’s largest wind farm...
BRUSSELS - Reuters
The giant South Stream pipeline to transport natural gas from Russia to the European Union is...
MUMBAI - Reuters
India’s Tata Power has signed an agreement to develop two hydro projects in Georgia...
Hundreds of people took to the streets of the Chinese city of Kunming yesterday to protest...
ANKARA - Anatolia News Agency
Turkey should transform its state-run energy companies, including Turkish Petroleum...
BAKU - Reuters
Azerbaijan is ready to discuss a new deal to pump its oil across Russia on acceptable terms...
Turkish Hattat Holding and China-based Harbin Electric International signed a deal to build a coal-based power plant in northwestern Turkey on May 10.