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Irina Slav

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Irina is a writer for the U.S.-based Divergente LLC consulting firm with over a decade of experience writing on the oil and gas industry.

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  • Manila, State Chinese Oil Company to Explore Disputed Sea Together

    Published 02 March 2018 | viewed 3,736 times

    The Philippines’ government is in talks with an unnamed state Chinese oil company to discuss the opportunities for joint oil and gas exploration in the…

  • CEFC China Energy Chief Probed For Economic Crimes

    Published 01 March 2018 | viewed 4,110 times

    Chinese authorities are investigating the chief executive of CEFC China Energy, Ye Jianming, on suspicion of economic crimes, an unnamed source told Reuters. The information…

  • Court Rules In Favor of Ukraine’s Naftogaz In Gazprom Dispute

    Published 01 March 2018 | viewed 5,025 times

    The Stockholm arbitration court ruled in favor of Naftogaz in a long-running payment dispute between the Ukrainian state company and Russia’s Gazprom. Gazprom has been…

  • South Korea Starts Phasing Out Old Coal Plants

    Published 28 February 2018 | viewed 3,797 times

    South Korea will shutter five 30-year-old coal plants in the second quarter of the year to reduce the amount of fine particulate matter in the…

  • Sempra Clears Another Hurdle In Oncor Acquisition

    Published 27 February 2018 | viewed 3,644 times

    Sempra Energy has gotten a step closer to completing the acquisition of the biggest utility in Texas, Oncor Electric Company, after the bankruptcy court for…

  • U.S. Oil Exports to Sinopec Could Top 200,000 Bpd This Year

    Published 27 February 2018 | viewed 3,502 times

    China’s Sinopec could import over 10 million tons of U.S. crude this year, equivalent to a daily rate of over 200,800 barrels. This would constitute…

  • Australia To Get New LNG Import Terminal

    Published 26 February 2018 | viewed 4,101 times

    Fortescue Metal’s chairman Andrew Forrest and two Japanese utilities plan to build an LNG import terminal in New South Wales by 2020 to help alleviate…

  • Earthquake Disrupts Oil & Gas Operations In Papua

    Published 26 February 2018 | viewed 4,828 times

    An earthquake of a 7.5 magnitude led to the suspension of oil and gas operations in Papua New Guinea yesterday. The epicenter of the quake…

  • British Columbia Backs Down On Trans Mountain

    Published 23 February 2018 | viewed 7,963 times

    British Columbia has made a small concession to Alberta by admitting that it may not have legal grounds to impose a planned temporary ban on…

  • Wyoming Joins Iowa, Ohio In Anti-Pipeline Protest Legislation

    Published 23 February 2018 | viewed 7,032 times

    Wyoming has become the third state to introduce a bill targeting pipeline protests, envisaging penalties of up to 10 years in prison for “impeding critical…

  • Libya’s El Feel Oilfield Evacuated After Shutdown Threats

    Published 22 February 2018 | viewed 4,761 times

    Libya’s National Oil Corporation has evacuated its workers from the El Feel, or Elephant, oil field amid threats from the field’s guards who are locked…

  • Swiss Watchdog Probes Banks In PDVSA Graft Case

    Published 21 February 2018 | viewed 2,415 times

    Switzerland’s financial markets authority FINMA is probing several local banks as part of a widening net seeking to catch participants in a graft scheme involving…

  • Washington May Extend Nuclear Reactors Life By 20 Years

    Published 21 February 2018 | viewed 3,765 times

    The Department of Energy is studying ways to extend the productive life of nuclear reactors as per the request of several nuclear utilities, a source…

  • BP’s Dudley Says Race Is On To Lower Emissions

    Published 20 February 2018 | viewed 3,963 times

    The energy industry is racing to reduce emissions from fossil fuels and that trumps the evolution of renewable energy. That’s what BP’s chief executive Robert…

  • Exxon, Total Look To Double Capacity At Shared LNG Project

    Published 20 February 2018 | viewed 3,434 times

    Exxon and Total have agreed to double the export capacity of their LNG project in Papua New Guinea, Oil Search, which is a minority partner…

  • EU Ready To Consider Iran Joining Southern Gas Corridor

    Published 19 February 2018 | viewed 4,398 times

    The European Union is ready to start negotiating Iran’s participation in the Southern Gas Corridor project, the EU’s Vice President for Energy Union Maros Sefcovic…

  • Mexico Joins The IEA

    Published 19 February 2018 | viewed 4,631 times

    Mexico has become the 30th member of the International Energy Agency, the latter announced, welcoming its first Latin American member as part of an open-doors…

  • Enbridge Eyes $6.4 Billion In Asset Sale Income

    Published 16 February 2018 | viewed 6,694 times

    Enbridge plans to divest assets worth US$6.4 billion (C$8 billion) this year, which is more than double the company’s initial divestment plan for the period,…

  • Kinder Morgan Gets Green Light On Part Of Trans Mountain Pipeline

    Published 16 February 2018 | viewed 6,975 times

    Canada’s National Energy Board has given Kinder Morgan the go-ahead to start construction work on a tunnel entrance in British Columbia’s Burnaby Mountain that will…

  • Russia, Saudi Arabia Close To Sealing Arctic LNG Deal

    Published 15 February 2018 | viewed 6,112 times

    Saudi Arabia and Russia may finalize an agreement on the Arctic LNG 2 project in June this year or earlier, Energy Minister Alexander Novak said…

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