Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Energy Minister Yıldız has again denied claims that Turkey has bought smuggled oil from ISIL militants
Olive groves at the disaster-struck town in western Turkey were surrounded by a wire fence to make way for the construction of a third thermic plant
A total of 114 companies have made bids to acquire shares in the company that will be founded to manage Turkey’s new energy bourse, the head of the country’s energy watchdog has announced
WASHINGTON - Reuters
The United States and European Union plan to stop billions of dollars in oil exploration in Russia by the world’s largest energy companies including Exxon Mobil and BP, U.S. government sources said.
The Partners Group, a global private markets investment manager, has announced the acquisition of a 30 percent stake in Turkish natural gas distributor Enerya on behalf of its clients
ANKARA – Anadolu Agency
Turkey will not pursue any energy projects with Israel until permanent peace is established in the region, Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yıldız has said.
HOUSTON - Reuters
A tanker carrying disputed Iraqi Kurdish crude oil reappeared Sept. 1 on satellite tracking near Texas, days after having gone silent with a $100 million cargo
LONDON - Reuters
An exploration well operated by oil producer Genel Energy at Taq Taq field in Kurdish-controlled northern Iraq is pictured in this file photo
A tanker near Texas loaded with $100 mln of disputed Kurdish crude 'has disappeared'
Iraq has said it filed a lawsuit against Greek shipping company Marine Management Services (MMS) for its role in the export of crude from the Kurdistan region, which Baghdad says is illegal
BAGHDAD - Reuters
The Iraqi oil ministry said it would challenge a U.S. court decision that stopped U.S. Marshals from seizing some one million barrels of disputed Kurdish oil docked near Texas.
Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yıldız has said the total exports of Kurdish Iraqi oil through Turkey since May has reached 10 million barrels
OWADAN-DEPE, Turkmenistan - Reuters
Turkmenistan, holder of the world’s fourth-largest natural gas reserves, signed a $1.7 billion deal with a Turkish-Japanese consortium on Aug. 26 to build a gas-to-liquids plant
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