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Tsvetana Paraskova

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Tsvetana Paraskova

Tsvetana is a writer for Oilprice.com with over a decade of experience writing for news outlets such as iNVEZZ and SeeNews. 

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  • Kurdish Kirkuk-Ceyhan Crude Oil Flows Plunge To 225,000 Bpd

    Published 18 October 2017 | viewed 13,033 times

    The flow of crude oil through the Kurdistan pipeline from Kirkuk to the Turkish port of Ceyhan have plummeted to some 225,000 bpd, from a…

  • Russia, Saudis Team Up To Boost Fracking Tech

    Published 18 October 2017 | viewed 10,251 times

    While Saudi Arabia and Russia are leading the production cut pact between OPEC and 11 non-OPEC oil producers, Russian oil company Gazprom Neft will cooperate…

  • Big Oil Refuses To Give Up On The Barents Sea

    Published 18 October 2017 | viewed 17,237 times

    Encouraged by recently opened areas and potentially huge yet-to-be-discovered resources, oil companies launched a record exploration drilling campaign in Norway’s Barents Sea this year. But…

  • Exxon Starts Production At New Refinery In Texas

    Published 18 October 2017 | viewed 11,025 times

    Less than two months after Hurricane Harvey knocked offline refinery and chemical production in the Gulf Coast, ExxonMobil started on Tuesday production on the first…

  • Iraq Asks BP To Redevelop Kirkuk Oil Fields

    Published 18 October 2017 | viewed 7,916 times

    Iraqi Oil Minister Jabbar Al-Luiebi has asked BP to develop the oil fields in oil-rich Kirkuk, just a day after Iraq’s government forces completed an…

  • The Natural Gas Market Is Set To Boom

    Published 17 October 2017 | viewed 31,975 times

    Lower-for-longer oil prices and the advance of renewable energy and electric vehicles have made Big Oil plan for a gradual shift toward natural gas in…

  • UAE Oil Giant Seeks Partnership For Possible IPO

    Published 17 October 2017 | viewed 5,801 times

    Even though the UAE’s oil firm ADNOC is seeking partnerships and exploring a possible IPO of minority stakes in some of its services units, at…

  • Planting Trees Could Cut Emissions As Much As Quitting Oil

    Published 17 October 2017 | viewed 7,632 times

    Planting more forests and managing land use better could be the biggest natural climate solution, because nature could deliver more than 30 percent of the…

  • Goldman: U.S.-Iran Standoff Is A Long-Term Threat To Oil Supply

    Published 17 October 2017 | viewed 13,617 times

    While the Kurdistan-Iraq standoff is a risk to shorter-term oil production, the increased tensions between neighboring Iran and the U.S. are a longer-term and bigger…

  • Iraqi Forces Seize Control Of North Oil Co Fields In Kirkuk

    Published 17 October 2017 | viewed 10,709 times

    Iraq’s government forces completed on Tuesday an operation to seize control of all oil fields that Iraqi state-held North Oil Company operates in the oil-rich…

  • Canada Aims To Solve U.S. Nuclear Woes

    Published 16 October 2017 | viewed 36,130 times

    Canada believes it may have the answer to replacing some U.S. nuclear capacity with other forms of carbon-free energy.   When New York state and…

  • Gazprom Neft Unhappy With OPEC-Russia Production Cut Deal

    Published 16 October 2017 | viewed 11,084 times

    Russia’s oil producer Gazprom Neft is ‘holding its nose’ to the OPEC/non-OPEC production cut deal because it has made the company cut its production growth…

  • Disputed Venezuelan Vote Could Lead To More Sanctions, Clashes

    Published 16 October 2017 | viewed 6,387 times

    Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro claimed victory in a regional election on Sunday in a surprise win defying opinion polls, but the opposition refused to recognize…

  • Oil Rig Explosion In Louisiana Leaves 7 Injured, 1 Still Missing

    Published 16 October 2017 | viewed 9,429 times

    An oil rig exploded on Sunday evening in Lake Pontchartrain just north of New Orleans, leaving 7 people injured, one missing, and crude oil possibly…

  • China Takes Aim At The Petrodollar

    Published 15 October 2017 | viewed 27,275 times

    China continues to pursue its ambitious plan to make its currency—the yuan—more international. The world’s top crude oil importer and key oil demand growth driver…

  • Texas Shutters More Coal-Fired Plants

    Published 13 October 2017 | viewed 8,909 times

    In a sign that coal-fired power plants are in a weaker position to compete in the Texas electricity generation market, Vistra Energy said on Friday…

  • Oil Trading Firm Expects Unprecedented U.S. Crude Exports

    Published 13 October 2017 | viewed 12,044 times

    U.S. crude oil exports hit an all-time high at the end of September, and are poised to surge even more to hit unprecedented levels in…

  • Mass EV Adoption Could Lead To $10 Oil

    Published 13 October 2017 | viewed 43,693 times

    The adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) could lead to global peak oil demand as soon as 2023, which will result in oil prices crashing to…

  • The Next Big Digital Disruption In Energy

    Published 12 October 2017 | viewed 25,714 times

    Until recently, the energy industry was mostly associated with roughnecks, gushing greasy dirty oil, and centralized electricity distribution systems. But the digital revolution and technological…

  • Norway Looks To Cut Some Of Its Generous Tax Breaks For EVs

    Published 12 October 2017 | viewed 6,867 times

    The government of the global leader in EVs adoption, Norway, proposed on Thursday to trim some of the tax breaks for the heaviest electric vehicles…

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