Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Turkey could become a natural gas hub with its LNG terminals at the border of Greece and Bulgaria, according to an official from BOTAŞ, Turkey’s state-run gas pipeline company.
Attacks committed by ISIL have had a negative effect on energy projects around Kirkuk and Mosul, but oil shipments from Iraq have experienced no problems so far, Minister Yıldız says
ISTANBUL - Reuters
Russia’s Gazprom is now working on a detailed price package in line with Turkey’s demand for a discount on natural gas prices, said the company's VP at the fourth International Gas Forum
RAMALLAH - Anadolu Agency
Israel has preliminarily granted permission for a Turkish generator ship to anchor off the coast of the Gaza Strip and provide the power-starved Palestinian enclave with electricity
OSLO - Reuters
Norway’s Statoil has sold its remaining 15.5 percent stake in the Shah Deniz gas project in Azerbaijan to Malaysia’s Petronas for $2.25 billion as part of asset sales to shore up returns to shareholders
PARIS - Reuters
A Turkish nuclear plant to be built by Japanese-French consortium will be ready is set to come online by 2023, the same year as the one hundredth anniversary of the Turkish republic
ANKARA – Anadolu Agency
The construction of the nuclear power plant in Akkuyu will start next spring, Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yıldız stated in a press conference on Oct. 10.
A total of six Turkish companies have won the tender to supply 80 percent of the steel pipe demand of the 1,800 km-long TANAP pipeline that will carry Azerbaijani gas to Europe via Turkey.
PARIS - Agence France-Presse
Lawmakers in France, the world's most nuclear-dependent country, on Oct. 10 voted to cut reliance on the energy source from more than 75 percent to 50 percent within a decade.
The oil production of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) is estimated to be worth $800 million per year, according to a new analysis by an international analytics firm, the IHS.
MOSCOW – Reuters
Fundraising to begin building the subsea stretch of the South Stream gas pipeline from Russia across the Black Sea has been postponed until the first quarter of 2015
LONDON - Reuters
The world will see much weaker oil demand growth in 2015 than forecast previously, the International Energy Agency said on Tuesday, adding that oil prices may drop further.
Turkey has expressed its concern over Greek Cyprus’ “one-sided” off-shore hydrocarbon searches
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