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Damir Kaletovic

Contributor since: 12 Jan 2017

Damir Kaletovic

Damir Kaletovic is an award-winning investigative journalist, documentary filmmaker and expert on Southeastern Europe whose work appears on behalf of Oilprice.com and several other news sites.

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  • Exxon’s Favorable Guyana Oil Deal Won’t Happen Again

    Published 09 April 2018 | viewed 17,886 times

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is calling on the authorities of Guyana to revamp their tax laws for future oil contracts to protect themselves from…

  • Barclays: Expect $51 Oil This Year

    Published 28 March 2018 | viewed 35,167 times

    As oil continues to pair Monday gains on soaring U.S. crude inventory, Barclays is calling a $51-per-barrel price on WTI by the third and fourth…

  • Mexico May Have Just Held Its Last Oil Auction

    Published 28 March 2018 | viewed 12,156 times

    In what may be Mexico’s last oil auction amid a possible presidential election shakeup, the Mexican authorities on Tuesday auctioned off 35 oil and gas…

  • Iraq Employs Drones To Monitor Oil Pipelines

    Published 18 December 2017 | viewed 7,698 times

    The Iraqi government announced plans to use drones to monitor and protect its export and production pipelines in the first quarter of next year. Reuters…

  • Nigerian Oil Union Calls Off Strike

    Published 18 December 2017 | viewed 5,512 times

    On Monday, Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (Pengassan) started an indefinite strike to protest the firing of its employees and unfair…

  • The Battle For Libyan Oil Is Heating Up

    Published 18 December 2017 | viewed 16,196 times

    Just as oil watchers wonder whether Libya’s ambitious oil production targets could undermine the OPEC deal, Libya’s General Haftar—the man largely responsible for freeing up…

  • Iraq And Kurdistan To Collaborate On Oil Production

    Published 26 October 2017 | viewed 12,669 times

    Iraqi government-owned North Oil Co. and Kurdish Kar Group are cooperating on pumping the oil from two fields that halted operations following the government military action…

  • Trump Passes Iran Nuclear Deal Back to Congress

    Published 13 October 2017 | viewed 20,553 times

    U.S. President Donald Trump is officially withdrawing his certification of Iranian compliance with the nuclear deal, in what is being billed as part of a…

  • Europe Braces For End Of Iran Nuclear Deal

    Published 13 October 2017 | viewed 13,844 times

    Europe is scrambling to come up with a contingency plan in the face of a U.S. threat to end the nuclear deal with Iran—a move…

  • Europe’s Largest Refinery To Shutter For Two Months

    Published 04 October 2017 | viewed 11,660 times

    Royal Dutch Shell announced today plans of major maintenance involving 12 units at the Pernis oil refinery in Rotterdam, Netherlands, to be conducted during this month…

  • Shallow-Water Oil Auctions Fall Flat for Mexico

    Published 04 October 2017 | viewed 8,970 times

    More bad news for Mexico’s state-run Pemex as the live auction for its shallow-water Ayin-Batsil oil play in the Gulf of Mexico failed to attract…

  • Aramco IPO Could End OPEC Status Quo

    Published 29 September 2017 | viewed 11,261 times

    Sources have told Reuters that the Saudi drive to get OPEC on board with production cuts last year—threatening to quit the bloc if members disagreed—was…

  • Canada’s Prolific Montney Shale Drives Pipeline Expansion

    Published 28 September 2017 | viewed 8,144 times

    With oil and gas output still on the upward swing in Canada’s most prolific shale play, despite depressed oil prices, one of the biggest benefactors…

  • EIA: Coal Is Dying As Renewables Rise

    Published 14 September 2017 | viewed 9,266 times

    World energy consumption is forecast to grow 28 percent by 2040, with China and India leading the growth spurt, and demand set to rise for…

  • Iran, Syria Sign Energy Agreement

    Published 14 September 2017 | viewed 8,907 times

    Iranian and Syrian media have reported the signing, by officials from the two countries, of several agreements that would allow Iran to improve the production…

  • Malaysian Coast Guard Seizes Oil Tanker From Pirates

    Published 07 September 2017 | viewed 7,146 times

    The Malaysian coast guard has apprehended 10 pirates who seized an oil tanker carrying $1.7 million in diesel, in the fourth attack by pirates in…

  • U.S. Sanctions Chinese, Russian Companies Aiding N. Korea

    Published 22 August 2017 | viewed 7,700 times

    As tensions rise over North Korea, the U.S. Treasury this morning said it was slapping new sanctions on Chinese and Russian entities conducting oil, coal…

  • Sempra Steals Oncor Utility Deal From Buffett With Higher Bid

    Published 22 August 2017 | viewed 4,941 times

    Just days after Warren Buffett said he wouldn’t go higher than $9 billion to take over bankrupt Texas utility Oncor, Sempra Energy has upped the…

  • Nigeria To Shake Off The Shackles Of Oil

    Published 26 July 2017 | viewed 7,980 times

    Nigeria is now saying that “era of oil booms” may be over—for good. According to its national petroleum policy approved this week by the federal…

  • Nigeria State Owned Oil Company Refocuses On Power Generation

    Published 29 March 2017 | viewed 7,903 times

    With only one in four Nigerian households having even sporadic electricity, the Nigerian state oil company has announced plans to shift focus from strictly oil…

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