Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Saudi Arabia, the largest producer in the OPEC oil cartel, cannot reduce its output, the kingdom's oil minister said on Thursday despite plunging prices.
ANKARA - Anadolu Agency
Shell Upstream Turkey and Turkish Petroleum will conduct oil-and-gas explorations in the western Black Sea in 2015, a research report has revealed.
LONDON - Reuters
Global demand for OPEC crude in 2015 will be less than expected and far below its current output, the group said Dec. 10
Oil refining company Tüpraş opened a new $3 billion fuel-oil recycling facility at its refinery in the northwestern province of İzmit on Dec. 15.
KIEV - Agence France-Presse
Energy-starved Ukraine said it had received the first Russian natural gas shipments since a politically charged price dispute saw Moscow cut off supplies to its Westward-leaning neighbor in June
ISTANBUL - Anadolu Agency
The Turkish Petroleum Refineries Corporation has bought 520,000 barrels of oil brought to market by the KRG in Iraq, Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yıldız says
Turkey is eager to host oil pipelines that will connect much-needed energy resources with global markets, Minister Yıldız has said
ISTANBUL - Reuters
Turkey could propose to Russia building an LNG terminal in an energy complex on its border with Greece, Energy Minister Taner Yıldız said
MOSCOW - Reuters
Russian state gas company Gazprom said Dec. 8 it would set up a company to build a gas pipeline to Turkey, days after President Vladimir Putin announced the new project.
Iraqi Kurdistan plans to strengthen its relationship with Iran, the prime minister of the semi-autonomous region said yesterday in an acknowledgement of the deepening ties between Arbil and Tehran.
Although energy-addicted countries, including Japan and China, seem to be the winners of the plunging oil prices, the benefits seen by Turkey may be exaggerated
ANKARA - Reuters
Energy Minister Taner Yıldız said Turkish negotiators would meet with representatives from Russia’s Gazprom to discuss a gas discount for 2015 again Dec. 10
MATAGALPA, Nicaragua - Agence France-Presse
Across Nicaragua, the 1.3 million sacks of coffee produced annually generate pollution equivalent to about 20,000 cars. A pilot project is treating that water, separating out the methane and using it to fuel electric generators
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