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Doğan Enerji, a subsidiary of Turkish Doğan Holding, has announced it acquired an approximately 50 percent stake in Aytemiz fuel oil distribution for 152 million Turkish Liras (around $63 million) by a written statement to the Public Disclosure Platform (KAP) on Jan. 30
After being stuck in legal limbo for six months, a tanker loaded with 1 million barrels of Kurdish crude headed east on Jan. 27 to leave U.S. waters after Baghdad and the Kurds reached a deal to share oil revenue
Ukraine plans to cover up to 60 percent of its gas import needs this year from Europe, leaving its once-dominant supplier Russia delivering the rest, the head of the state energy firm told Reuters on late Jan. 22
MOSCOW - Agence France-Presse
Russia's gas giant Gazprom on Jan. 29 said its third quarter profits plunged 61 percent as supplies were suspended to Ukraine, one of its main customers
ANKARA - Reuters
Turkey and Russia will hold negotiations over a cut in gas prices again next week and Turkey is still looking for a discount, Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yıldız said on Jan. 23.
MOSCOW - Reuters
Russia’s Gazprom has cancelled a plan to build two more branches of the Nord Stream natural gas pipeline because of the “complicated” political situation, sources at the state-controlled firm said Jan 28
There has been a rapid increase in Turkey’s energy consumption, and the country needs to invest around $120 billion in energy projects by 2023, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said Jan 20.
ANKARA - Anadolu Agency
Negotiations with Russia over a discount in the price of natural gas via a new gas pipeline to Turkey “look promising,” Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yıldız said late on Jan. 27.
The sixth World Forum on Energy Regulation will gather energy regulators from all around the world in Istanbul later this year, Alberto Pototschnig, director of the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators, said Jan. 28.
Russia’s Gazprom plans to supply the first gas via a new route to Turkey in December 2016, Chief Executive Alexei Miller said in a statement on Jan. 27.
Nine Turkish companies have placed offers for the construction of $1 billion off-shore hydraulic structures of Turkey’s first nuclear plant, which is being built in the southern coastal province of Mersin.
Turkey will play a great role in maintaining the region’s energy security and Hungary is open to starting negotiations to cooperate with it in future energy projects, Hungarian Foreign and External Trade Minister Peter Szijjarto has said.
BAGHDAD - Reuters
Turkey and Iraq inked an agreement to increase Iraq’s daily oil exports via Turkey’s Ceyhan port, Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yıldız said Jan. 18.
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