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  • Poland Still Supports Ukraine’s Oil Pipeline

    Published 26 July 2011 | viewed 5,651 times

    During a visit to Azerbaijan Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski declared that the Odessa-Brody-Gdansk crude oil pipeline project was still realistic while Azeri President Ilhman Aliyev…

  • Deal Signed for Vietnam’s Mong Duong Power Plant

    Published 26 July 2011 | viewed 7,162 times

    The US-invested developer of the $2.1-billion Mong Duong 2 thermal power plant in the northern province of Quang Ninh has signed an adjusted build-operate-transfer contract…

  • Vietnam Considers Wind Power

    Published 25 July 2011 | viewed 5,035 times

    While Vietnam is a rising exporter of hydrocarbons, government authorities are increasingly interested in increasingly the country’s investments in renewable power sources. According to World Bank…

  • Chinese Imports of Iranian Petroleum Products Soar

    Published 25 July 2011 | viewed 6,130 times

    Chinese imports of Iranian oil jumped 53 percent in June over the previous month, according to the General Administration of Customs of the People's Republic…

  • China Launches its First Fourth-Generation Nuclear Reactor

    Published 23 July 2011 | viewed 7,933 times

    China has brought its first fourth-generation nuclear reactor online. Located in the southwest suburbs of Beijing, fast neutron reactor has an electrical output of 20…

  • Russian Company Sues Bulgaria Over Nuclear Plant Project

    Published 23 July 2011 | viewed 4,210 times

    Russia’s Atomstroiekhsport has filed a lawsuit against Bulgaria's National Electricity Company to recover funds it say that it is owed for its work in constructing…

  • Russian Navy’s Nuclear Power Plant Repair Funding Stolen

    Published 21 July 2011 | viewed 4,539 times

    During a recent meeting in Kazan in connection with the sinking of the Volga transport Bulgaria, which killed 129 people, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin…

  • South Korea Buys Share in Jamaican Electricity Company

    Published 21 July 2011 | viewed 5,513 times

    Underlining South Korea’s global energy interests, Seoul based Korea East-West Power Company Limited has negotiated a deal with the Jamaica government, which has given the…

  • Paraguay, Argentina Dispute Over Shared Hydroelectric Facility

    Published 20 July 2011 | viewed 5,956 times

    Paraguay and Argentina share interests in the Yacyretá hydroelectric dam. The tariffs for the power generated by the facility have now become an issue of…

  • Oil Industry Workers See Foreign Influence Over Failure of Oil Bill

    Published 20 July 2011 | viewed 4,990 times

    Nigeria’s National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG) has blamed the influence of multinational oil companies for the failure of the Petroleum Industry…

  • Burma, China Ignoring Environmental Warnings for Dam

    Published 19 July 2011 | viewed 5,548 times

    The hugely controversial Myitsone dam in northern Burma, currently under construction by the China Power Investment Corporation, was the subject of a 2009 internal report…

  • Kenya’s Oilibya Stops Paying Libyan Government

    Published 19 July 2011 | viewed 7,966 times

    Kenya’s oil marketing company Oilibya says it has suspended payments to the Libyan government. The announcement comes in the wake of sanctions issued by U.S.…

  • India Granted a Waiver by Nuclear Suppliers Group

    Published 18 July 2011 | viewed 5,142 times

    In 2008 the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), the apex body that controls global nuclear commerce, granted India a waiver on the transferal of sensitive nuclear…

  • World Bank Provides $99 Million Grant for Nepal Power Project

    Published 18 July 2011 | viewed 5,116 times

    The World Bank is providing a $99 million grant for implementing the Nepal-India Electricity Transmission and Trade Project. World Bank country director for Nepal, and Bangladesh…

  • National Iranian Oil Company to Issue $15 Billion in Bonds

    Published 18 July 2011 | viewed 6,170 times

    National Iranian Oil Company Managing-Director Ahmad Qalebani said that his company will issue $15 billion oil bonds in 2011. According to Qalebani, during March 2010-March 2011,…

  • Belarus Selling off its Energy Assets to Russian Firms

    Published 16 July 2011 | viewed 4,730 times

    The handwriting on the wall of the parlous state of the Belarus economy, which in the past two decades has signally failed to reform itself,…

  • China to Keep Rare Earths Export Quota at 2010 Levels

    Published 15 July 2011 | viewed 6,219 times

    Seeking to quell fears among its trading partners, Beijing has announced that it will keep its 2011 rare earths export quota at 2010 levels. China currently…

  • Argentina’s Largest Oil Company Joins Colombia’s Oil Rush

    Published 14 July 2011 | viewed 5,713 times

    Argentina’s Yacimientos Petrolíferos Fiscales, the country’s largest oil company, is investing in Colombia. YPF SA has agreed to partner for exploring for oil in Colombia…

  • BP-Azerbaijan Suspends Oil Supplies Via Georgian Supsa Pipeline

    Published 14 July 2011 | viewed 5,527 times

    BP-Azerbaijan, operating the Azeri export pipeline from the Azerbaijan’s Caspian oil export terminal at Baku westwards to the Georgian Black Sea oil terminus at Supsa,…

  • Major Colombian Oil Pipeline Attacked, Yet Again

    Published 13 July 2011 | viewed 4,399 times

    Colombia’s Cano Limon Coveñas oil pipeline has been attacked yet again, disrupting shipments and causing an oil spill in the Catatumbo river. The leftist Fuerza…

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