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Turkey has secured a discount of 10.25 percent in the price of what it pays for Russian gas, but consumers won’t see any changes in their utility bills due to the current weakness of the Turkish Lira, Energy Minister Taner Yıldız said on Feb. 27
French utility GDF Suez said it received guarantees from Areva about nuclear reactors in Turkey as well as wind turbines in France that it plans to build with the nuclear group
MOSCOW - Reuters
Russia's Gazprom said on Feb. 24 there were "serious" risks to gas transit to Europe via Ukraine after Kyiv failed to make a pre-payment
Tüpraş, Turkey’s sole oil refiner, said it has reached an agreement with authorities to pay a sum of 55 million Turkish Liras ($22 million), after negotiating on tax demands and related fines totaling 160 million liras
Turkey’s energy watchdog has announced it will put a new price ceiling on fuel companies.
MOSCOW - Agence France-Presse
Russia has confirmed that it will attend talks with the European Union and Ukraine on March 2 aimed at resolving a bitter gas supply dispute which threatens deliveries to Europe
The European Union will consider “reframing” energy relations with Russia based on market conditions when the time is right and for now will focus on its strategic gas partnership with Ukraine, a draft document shows
Kremlin-controlled Gazprom said on Feb. 26 it would exempt gas supplies to rebel-held regions from its main contract with Ukrainian Naftogaz, days before Kiev uses up gas volumes it has already paid for.
The rise of ISIL in Iraq and Syria presents a major challenge for the investment necessary to prevent an oil shortage in the next decade, IEA’s top economist said
BRUSSELS - Agence France-Presse
The EU unveiled plans on Feb. 25 for a continent-wide single energy market to reduce its uneasy reliance on Russian supplies and cut a massive annual import bill of some 400 billion euros
ASHGABAT - Agence France-Presse
An article published on the website of Turkmenistan's oil and gas ministry Monday attacked Russia's energy giant Gazprom, calling the company an unreliable partner for the reclusive Central Asian state.
The project to construct a new gas pipeline with a capacity of 63 billion cubic meters from Russia to Turkey has entered the execution stage, Russian energy giant Gazprom has said by a written statement on late Feb. 24.
Iraqi Kurdish premier Nechirvan Barzani on late Feb. 16 accused the Baghdad government of failing to give his autonomous Kurdish region its share of oil revenues despite a deal signed in December.
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