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Sudan coup victims rise as nationwide protests persist

The number of Sudanese protesters shot dead in clashes with the military after Monday’s coup rose to seven, medics said, as nationwide strikes and civil disobedience took hold and the fate of the Prime Minister remained unknown. More than 140 have been injured, according to two doctors working for the …

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Bolivian FM says lithium deal has not been discussed with Russian Gazprom – MercoPress

Bolivian FM says lithium deal has not been discussed with Russian Gazprom Monday, October 25, 2021 – 09:32 UTC Russian company Gazprom has no lithium case, Mayta said Bolivian Foreign Minister Rogelio Mayta on Sunday denied press reports that he had reached an agreement with the Russian government to mine …

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Turkmen leader and Russian leader Lukoil discuss energy projects

Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow expressed his country’s willingness to strengthen the partnership with Russia in the field of oil and gas in the Caspian Sea. “Turkmenistan attaches particular importance to the digitization of the oil and gas sector, the introduction of innovative environmentally friendly technologies, as well as the latest …

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Polish PM blames Russian Gazprom, EU emissions prices for energy crisis – The First News

“Unfortunately, it is a fact that Russia and President (Vladimir) Putin use this fuel to dictate prices,” Morawiecki said. Marcin Obara / PAP Mateusz Morawiecki, Prime Minister of Poland, blamed record energy prices in the EU on Europe’s over-reliance on gas supplied by Gazprom and speculation in the CO2 allowance …

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Public Joint Stock Gazprom: Balkan Stream countries hope to avoid worst of international gas crisis

As the debate rages on Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, a separate gas pipeline system transporting Russian gas to South Eastern Europe has quietly opened up in recent years, and now allows countries along its route to avoid the worst of the energy crisis. As North Steam and Nord Stream …

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EU chief says key to energy crisis is pushing Green Deal

On Wednesday, the senior European Union official urged the 27 member countries to wean themselves off natural gas not only to accelerate the transition to clean energy, but also to make the bloc a more independent player in the world. On the eve of an EU summit focused on the …

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Natural gas futures drop below $ 5 as mild weather prevails through early November

Natural gas futures extended their losses on Monday as cold weather remained largely absent from long-term forecasts. Despite rising global prices, the November Nymex gas futures contract plunged 42.1 cents to settle at $ 4.989 / MMBtu. December fell 36.4 cents to $ 5.236. In one look : Weather models …

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Europe Gas: mixed prices before transit auctions, milder temperatures

Wholesale gas prices in Europe were mixed on Friday morning, with Dutch auctions for the coming month rising slightly from transit auctions next week, but fast UK prices fell due to oversupply and milder temperatures. * The Dutch wholesale gas price for November rose 2.49 euros to 100.00 euros per …

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Explanation: the keeper of Nord Stream 2 in Germany: the long road until the gas flows

The logo of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project is seen on a pipe at the Chelyabinsk Pipe Rolling Plant in Chelyabinsk, Russia on February 26, 2020. REUTERS / Maxim Shemetov / File Photo FRANKFURT / BERLIN, October 15 (Reuters) – The Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline is complete …

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bne IntelliNews – bneGREEN: Russia will become carbon neutral by 2060

Russian President Vladimir Putin set the goal of carbon neutrality by 2060 during comments in his speech to the Russian Energy Week plenary on October 13. “In practice, Russia will strive to achieve carbon neutrality in its economy,” he told delegates. “And we set a benchmark for this – no …

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Public Joint Stock Gazprom: EU unveils energy ‘toolbox’ as Putin denies manipulating gas prices

Brussels/Moscow October 13 (EFE) .- The European Commission on Wednesday presented his plan to deal with rising gas prices, as Russian president Vladimir Poutine denied that his country uses energy as a political weapon against Europe. The price of gas has increased six-fold last year, while electricity on the wholesale …

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Moldova asks consumers to reduce gas consumption due to supply shortage

LONDON (ICIS) – The incumbent gas operator in Moldova has asked large industrial consumers to reduce their consumption, because the gas that Russian Gazprom has contractually committed to deliver will only meet 67% of the required demand for October. Moldovagaz has called on dual-fuel consumers to switch to oil as …

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Putin’s announcement on increasing gas deliveries to the EU gesture of cooperation: Expert

ANI | Update: 09 Oct 2021 2:00 PM STI Moscow [Russia], October 9 (ANI / Sputnik): Russian President Vladimir Putin’s statement that energy giant Gazprom could increase Europe’s gas supply is a move to promote international energy cooperation for the benefit of all, Paul Adam Isbell, professor of political economy …

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Covid at center of global energy crisis, but cascade of problems fuel it

LONDON – Much of the world is suffering from a severe energy crisis. Homes and factories across China are in darkness. India’s coal-fired power plants are scrapped. Dozens of UK utility companies have gone bankrupt. Spain announced emergency legislation after household utility bills rose by more than a third in …

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Gazprom launches gas stations in five Russian regions

October 7, 2021, 12:50 p.m. The commissioning ceremony of six Gazprom compressed natural gas (CNG) filling stations located in Maikop (Republic of Adygea), Karamaskaly (Republic of Bashkortostan), Akhtubinsk and Seitovka (Astrakhan region), Kemerovo (Region de Kemerovo) and Millerovo (Rostov Region) was held today at the St. Petersburg International Gas Forum …

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News Updates: Biden Administration To Spend $ 1 Billion To Boost Rapid Covid Tests – As Happened

US private sector hires increased the most in September in three months, fueled by the hospitality and entertainment industry as the spread of Covid-19 slowed. The US private sector payroll increased by 568,000 last month, according to a report by payroll processor ADP. It was the biggest increase since June …

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Gazprom cuts gas to EU via Belarus by 70%

Russian company Gazprom continues to cut gas supplies to Europe via Belarus, potentially exacerbating tense market conditions. Exports to the EU via Belarus fell from 112 million cubic meters (mcm) on September 26 to just 30 million cubic meters on Sunday October 3, according to the latest data from Gazprom. …

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Ukraine urges Biden to take urgent action as Russia threatens “full-scale war” | Sciences | New

The plea comes after Mr Putin allegedly restricted the flow of gas to Europe. It would have done so as the new Nord Stream 2 pipeline awaits approval from German regulators in the hope of avoiding the implementation of EU law. The line connects Russia to Germany via the Baltic …

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Gazprom Neft (MCX: SIBN) surges 4.0% this week, although earnings growth still falls short of five-year shareholder returns

When you buy a stock, there is always a chance that it will drop by 100%. But on the bright side, you can earn well over 100% with a really good stock. A good example is Gazprom Neft public joint stock company (MCX: SIBN) which has seen its share price …

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Europe is under attack by Putin’s energy weapon

Russian President Vladimir Putin pictured in Sochi on September 29. (Vladimir Smirnov / TASS via REUTERS) Nord Stream 2 is not yet operational, but the Kremlin’s tightening grip on energy supply is already being felt across Europe. The price of gas futures continues to hit record highs and has risen …

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EUROPE GAS-Dutch prices rise due to lower Russian supply and competition for LNG

European wholesale gas prices rose on Friday morning amid falling Russian flows at the start of the new gas year and record Asian prices, intensifying competition for LNG supplies to fill storage as the end of the year approaches. Winter. The November gas price at Dutch hub TTF, a European …

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Russia sees gas exports increase this year amid energy crisis

Russia predicts Gazprom PJSC’s gas supplies in key markets including Europe, Turkey and China to reach 197.3 billion cubic meters this year as global energy markets grapple with the worst supply crisis in decades. The figure, which is 10% higher than last year, is also slightly higher than Gazprom’s own …

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Ukraine demands sanctions on Russian Gazprom after Kiev loses gas imports

An engineer checks the gas distribution system at Beregdaroc, one of several Russian gas entry points into the European Union, on February 10, 2015. REUTERS / Laszlo Balogh Russian-Hungarian deal deprives Kiev of revenue and gas Kiev wants sanctions against Gazprom Kremlin says criticism is politicized Said that Gazprom fulfills …

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Aeroflot group figures show traffic at 89% of 2019 levels

As the recovery of air transport gains ground around the world, the pace of this process in Russia is exceeding the world average. The main driver of the recovery is certainly the domestic sector, as international connections are still limited by the restrictions linked to the pandemic. The size of …

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RPT: ANALYSIS – EU gives no valid argument to oppose Hungary’s decision to import Russian gas

BRUSSELS (UrduPoint News / Spoutnik – September 30, 2021) The European Union has expressed concerns over Hungary’s contract with Russian Gazprom for the supply of gas, transported via Serbia and Austria, but Brussels no There is absolutely no valid reason to oppose the deal despite Ukraine’s displeasure, experts said Sputnik. …

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Conditions for connecting consumers to gas in 156 localities created by Gazprom since the start of 2021

September 29, 2021, 09:40 Gazprom’s board of directors took note of the information on the implementation of a socially oriented and profitable system of gas infrastructure expansion and gas supply to meet the needs of the population. It was noted that the expansion of gas infrastructure is Gazprom’s most socially …

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Morrow Sodali Appoints Corporate Governance Expert Oleg Skvyrkov to Promote Services in Russia and CIS Countries

LONDON–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Morrow Sodali, the world’s leading investor engagement and governance consultancy, today announced the appointment of Oleg Shvyrkov as Director, Russia and Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). Based in Moscow, Dr Shvyrkov will primarily focus on providing a wide range of ESG and shareholder engagement services to Russian …

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Autocomplex show hosted for the first time by Crocus Expo

The 27th Moscow Autocomplex International Exhibition, the largest trading platform in Russia and the CIS countries for the meeting of specialists, owners of gas complexes, car service stations, garages and parking lots, terminals charging station for electric transport, was first organized on August 24 through 26, 2021 by Crocus Expo. …

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Zenit St. Petersburg vs Malmö prediction, preview, team news and more

Zenit St. Petersburg and Malmö meet at Gazprom Arena on Wednesday in Group H of the UEFA Champions League. Both teams will be looking to secure a victory and kick off their campaign after losing their respective losses on Matchday 1. Zenit St. Petersburg maintained their top position in the …

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Global Oil & Gas 4.0 Report 2021 – Underlying Technologies, Use Cases & Positioning Strategies for Telecom Operators – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The report “Oil and Gas 4.0 – Underlying Technologies, Use Cases and Telco Positioning Strategies” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. “Oil and Gas 4.0 – Underlying Technologies, Use Cases and Telco Positioning Strategies” is a new global outlook report that provides an overview of …

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Banks fuel expansion of arctic oil and gas extraction

Oil and gas companies plan to increase their extraction of fossil fuels in the Arctic by more than 20% over the next five years, in part thanks to the financial support they receive from the banking sector, according to a new report from Reclaim Finance. . French company Total is …

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Russian Gazprom ready to boost gas sales to Europe – Ifx quotes Kremlin

The Gazprom company logo can be seen at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) in St. Petersburg, Russia on June 2, 2021. REUTERS / Evgenia Novozhenina / File Photo MOSCOW, September 26 (Reuters) – Russian energy giant Gazprom (GAZP.MM) is ready to increase Europe’s natural gas supply, a Kremlin …

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Russian gas billionaires take over UK mansions as Europe suffers supply crisis

BILLIONS linked to Gazprom, the Russian gas giant blamed for the supply crisis in Europe, have taken over a series of British homes. Andrey Goncharenko, 48, was managing director of a Gazprom subsidiary when he bought four properties in London over the past decade worth £ 260million. 4 Former Gazprom …

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Gazprom Neft sees technical synergies with Abu Dhabi gas program

Gazprom Neft, the oil and gas exploration arm of Russian gas company Gazprom, expects oil prices to average $ 50 a barrel. The company also sees possible opportunities in sharing its technical expertise in developing the UAE’s gas reserves, its deputy managing director said. “When we talk about our strategic …

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Hungary expects Gazprom CEO to arrive on September 27 to sign …

(MENAFN- Trend News Agency) Hungarian authorities expect Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller to visit the country on September 27 to sign the long-term gas supply contract, the Hungarian minister said of Foreign Affairs Peter Szijjarto in an interview with TASS, Trend reports. “I am happy to announce that next Monday CEO …

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Gazprom Neft and Aeroflot join forces to develop “green” aviation fuel

Gazprom Neft has entered into an agreement with Aeroflot to cooperate in the production of Russia’s first ever sustainable aviation fuel with a minimal carbon footprint (SAF), under a document signed by Gazprom Neft CEO Alexander Dyukov and CEO of ‘Aeroflot Mikhail Poluboyarinov at this year’s Eastern Economic Forum. * …

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Poland enters German NS 2 certification process

Poland enters German NS 2 certification process The German network regulator BNetzA has granted the Polish state PGNiG and its German subsidiary PGNiG Supply & Trading (PST) the right to participate in the certification process of Nord Stream 2, the Polish company announced on September 22. Certification is a key …

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We’re practically at war over natural gas prices

The world is in a state of “gas war”, sharp increases in industrial electricity prices are expected, and the situation will not improve anytime soon. That’s what energy expert Vasko Nachev said in a TV interview on Bloomberg TV Bulgaria. According to the expert, the increase in the price of …

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Gas crisis: UK must stop buying supply from Putin rages MP in times of scarcity | World | New

In a furious discussion with Tom Harwood of GB News on Tuesday, MP for Thanet South suggested the UK should instead start exploring its own gas and nuclear reserves to become more self-sufficient and less dependent on adversaries such as Vladimir Putin . His comments come amid a chaotic gas …

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Soaring gas prices, another headwind for the global economy

Snow-covered transfer lines are seen at the Dominion Cove Point Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal in Lusby, Maryland, March 18, 2014. REUTERS / Gary Cameron LONDON, Sept. 20 (Reuters) – Soaring gas prices that threaten to push up fuel bills in winter, hurt consumption and exacerbate a surge in short-term …

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Energy crisis: Why gas prices have skyrocketed and left the UK facing the prospect of food shortages | Economic news

The price of gas has skyrocketed in recent weeks, bankrupting several energy suppliers and prompting warnings of food shortages in UK supermarkets. Wholesale gas prices have skyrocketed 250% since the start of the year, including an increase of 70% since August, according to the professional body Oil & Gas UK. …

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Marketmind: Watch These Spiraling Gas Prices

Fuel prices will be displayed at a gas station on Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on September 2, 2021. REUTERS / Richard Moraes / Files September 20, 2021 Watch the day before from Sujatarao. A big week of monetary policy. About 16 central banks met, possibly with the …

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Energy prices will drive inflation up across Europe, economists warn

Newsletter: Europe Express Your essential guide to what matters in Europe today. Delivered every day of the week. Soaring energy prices will drive inflation up across Europe this year, hurting consumers and threatening the region’s post-pandemic economic recovery, economists warn. European gas benchmark prices have already tripled this year, even …

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Top Tory insists UK to avoid energy emergency this winter as gas prices skyrocket

It comes amid ongoing supply chain issues, with Covid and Brexit accused of reporting empty shelves in the UK Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng said Britain would not be affected by an energy emergency ( Image: Getty Images) Britain will not run out of energy this winter despite growing concerns about …

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Russia accused of rigging gas prices to hamper Covid recovery in UK

September 18, 2021, 10:53 The Russian state gas company is under investigation. Image: Alamy The Russian state gas company is under investigation into a spike in the price of natural gas, accused of inflating the price to undermine Britain’s recovery after the Covid-19 pandemic. Gazprom has been accused of “deliberate …

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Russian Gazprom says gas prices in Europe could set new records

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Already high natural gas prices in Europe could reach new highs due to low levels of gas storage, Alexei Miller, boss of Russian supplier Gazprom, said on Friday. Miller also told an online conference that demand was increasing for natural gas, which he described as a “clean …

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Amateur boxing world championships to offer cash prizes – Journal

LAUSANNE: The line between amateur and professional boxing blurred again Thursday with the International Boxing Association offering for the first time cash prizes of up to $ 100,000 at the historically amateur men’s world championships. The AIBA said a total fund of $ 2.6 million was in place to reward …

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Amateur Boxing World Championships To Offer Cash Prizes

FILE – On this Tuesday, October 27, 2020, file photo, Umar Kremlev, secretary general of the Russian Boxing Federation and member of the executive committee of the International Boxing Association (AIBA), speaks at a conference press release in Moscow, Russia. The line between amateur and professional boxing has blurred further …

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Record-breaking energy prices could climb even higher in Europe

The European electricity market is in crisis as a perfect storm pushes prices up to ever higher heights. The timing could not have been worse as countries on the continent reopen and demand for energy increases. Most signs point to the likely continuation of the current situation when things may …

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High natural gas prices weigh on Europeans and weigh on recovery

LONDON – As the world struggles to recover from the pandemic, soaring natural gas prices threaten to become a drag on economies in Europe and beyond. Wholesale fuel prices are at their highest in years – nearly five times where they were then in 2019, before people started to get …

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Clean-up boats at the scene of a large oil spill in the Gulf following Hurricane Ida, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

FILE PHOTO: Unused oil rigs lie in the Gulf of Mexico near Port Fourchon, La. August 11, 2010. REUTERS / Lee Celano / File Photo WASHINGTON: The US Coast Guard said on Saturday that cleanup crews were responding to a large oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico following Hurricane …

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Poland is increasing its gas supplies from the United States to reduce …

WARSAW, September 2 (Reuters) – Poland has decided to reduce its dependence on Russian energy by agreeing to purchase an additional 2 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) per year from US suppliers on a period of 20 years. The additional supplies will allow the country’s largest gas company, …

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For EU security, gas transit through Ukraine should be maintained at least until 2035 – CEO of Naftogaz

For the security of the European Union, the transit of gas through Ukraine must be maintained at least until 2035, when natural gas will be replaced by renewable energy sources. This is according to Yuriy Vitrenko, chairman of the board of directors of Naftogaz of Ukraine, who shared his opinion …

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The market for sustainable aviation fuels could see a big movement

The “Worldwide Sustainable Aviation Fuels – Market Development Scenario” study has been added to the HTF MI database. The study covers an in-depth overview, product description, industry scope and elaborates the market outlook and growth status till 2027. At present, the market expands its presence as a result the current …

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UK GAS-Prices rise amid NS2 uncertainty and low LNG supply

British and European gas prices rose on Tuesday morning amid continued uncertainty around the start-up of the Nord Stream 2 (NS2) pipeline and a weak supply of liquefied natural gas. UK September contract TRGBNBPD1 rose 1.25 pence to 107.25 pence per therm at 0802 GMT. At the Dutch TTF hub, …

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European natural gas tumbles as Norwegian supplies rebound – LNG recap

European natural gas prices fell again on Monday and weighed on those in Asia as gas pipeline imports increased and the market became clearer on exactly when Russia’s Nord Stream 2 (NS2) pipeline could begin operations. operations. Norwegian supplies surged higher on Monday as more capacity returned from the Troll …

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Celebration of the 15th anniversary of the WTR Industry Awards; USPTO criticized for its anti-fraud efforts; Exclusive interview with Gazprom Neft; and much more

The long read WTRThe annual Asia-Pacific in-depth dive is here, revealing the top corporate and law firm filers of 2020, top trends and everything in between. Monday August 16 We were pleased to announce the list of finalists for the 2021 WTR Industry Awards, the winners of which will be …

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Gazprom Neft Net profit in the 2nd quarter, turnover up

By Anthony O. Goriainoff Gazprom Neft said on Friday that second quarter net profit increased as revenue increased and that it would continue to focus on increasing its hydrocarbon production in the second half of the year. The Russian energy company posted net profit of 133.08 billion Russian rubles ($ …

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Nord Stream 2: How to Make the Most of a Bad Idea

An outlet filtration installation of a gas treatment unit at the Slavyanskaya compressor station in the Leningrad region of Russia, the starting point of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline. Photo via Peter Kovalev / TASS. Even after the United States and Germany issued a joint statement on July 21 …

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Solid Sulfur Market 2021 Industry Growth, Emerging Trends,

Solid sulfur market The research report on 2021 Solid Sulfur Market industry would be to provide the correct and tactical analysis about the market share, growth factors, demand, industry size, regional segmentation , dynamics as well as price variant for its forecast year 2028. The research report provides key statistics …

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Signs of weak demand appear in oil markets

Oil market sentiment is decidedly cautious this week as covid cases rise and US crude inventories rise. Friday August 6, 2021 Although Friday’s trading session has recovered somewhat from this week’s overall declines, the general sentiment in the oil markets is still one of caution, with China and the United …

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Gazprom reduces gas reserves in USFs across Europe so as not to increase gas transit through Ukraine – operator GTS

Despite the scheduled shutdown of the Yamal-Europe and Nord Stream 1 gas pipelines, as well as record price increases in European gas markets in July, Russian Gazprom has expressed no interest in Ukraine’s additional transit capacity and has started to reduce the reserves of its underground gas storage facilities in …

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Young journalists get the chance to shine as Gazprom Football for Friendship gives them the opportunity to cover Euro 2020

Football may not have returned to England – but for a group of young journalists, Euro 2020 was a tournament they will never forget. England’s hopes of winning their first major in 55 years were dashed by Italy in penalties, but 15 young journalists were able to make their dreams …

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Gazprom (MCX: GAZP) reinvests at lower rates of return

If we are to find a title that could multiply over the long term, what are the underlying trends that we need to look for? Ideally, a business will display two trends; first growth to come back on capital employed (ROCE) and on the other hand, an increase amount capital …

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Russia plans large-scale export of blue hydrogen in partnership with local oil and gas majors

Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin has created a hydrogen task force in what is seen as an attempt to meet energy transition demands in its main energy export markets in Europe and Asia. The initiative underscores the prevailing view in Russia that its own future hydrogen production will depend primarily …

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Goldman sees natural gas prices in Europe rise – The Offtake

A summary of NGI’s LNG Insight news and commentary Goldman Sachs Research on Commodities lifted its TTF price forecast on tighter European supply / demand balances. The TTF climbed 20% last month. Goldman said he didn’t think the drop in Russian pipeline imports was the reason European gas markets had …

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UK GAS-Prices fall mainly due to improved supply outlook

UK wholesale gas prices fell mainly on Tuesday morning as supply and demand were fairly balanced and future supply fears eased with a capacity reservation on the Ukraine-Russia pipeline for August. The day-ahead contract was down 1.80 pence to 88.00 p / therm at 08:40 GMT. The UK gas system …

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Germany loses Gazprom gas pipeline appeal, victory for Poland

The logo of Russian gas giant Gazprom is seen on a panel at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF), Russia, June 6, 2019. REUTERS / Maxim Shemetov BRUSSELS, July 15 (Reuters) – Germany on Thursday lost its fight against a decision limiting Gazprom’s (GAZP.MM) access to the OPAL pipeline …

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The share of the public limited company Gazprom Neft (MCX: SIBN) becomes ex-dividend in just four days

Gazprom Neft public joint stock company The stock (MCX: SIBN) is about to trade ex-dividend in 4 days. The ex-dividend date is one business day before a company’s registration date, which is the date the company determines which shareholders are entitled to receive a dividend. The ex-dividend date is important …

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Erdogan wants to get involved in Bulgarian politics – EURACTIV.com

The Capitals brings you the latest news from across Europe, through on-the-ground reporting by EURACTIV’s media network. You can subscribe to the newsletter here. Before starting to read today’s edition of Les Capitales, do not hesitate to consult the article “Europe is turning to active labor market policies to strengthen …

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Saint Petersburg ready to host Euro 2020

Russia’s second-largest city, St. Petersburg, is set to host matches for the 2020 UEFA European Championship, better known as Euro 2020, despite the coronavirus outbreak. Irina Chkhindzheria, who heads the epidemiological surveillance service of the Rospotrebnadzor St. Petersburg office, has clarified that the epidemic situation allows the city to host …

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It’s time to sanction Putin-Lukashenka “autocratic axis”

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka pictured together in 2019 (Sputnik / Mikhail Klimentyev / Kremlin via REUTERS) Arguments in favor of sanctioning the “autocratic axis” are emerging in Eastern Europe are gaining ground. During a testimony on Capitol Hill before Human Rights Commission Tom Lantos In …

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CuriosityStream to Attend 16th Annual Needham Virtual Technology & Media Conference on May 19, 2021

SILVER SPRING, Maryland – (BUSINESS WIRE) – CuriosityStream Inc. (NASDAQ: CURI), a global fact-based entertainment company, today announced that it will attend the 16th annual Needham Virtual Technology and Media Conference on Wednesday, May 19. Clint Stinchcomb, President and CEO of CuriosityStream, and Jason Eustace, CFO of CuriosityStream, will present …

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Vlasov seeks to go the distance on his return to Giro d’Italia

At least Aleksandr Vlasov didn’t have much time to dwell on the disappointment. The illness meant his 2020 Giro d’Italia debut lasted less than 100 kilometers, but last fall’s condensed schedule saw him return to action in a Grand Tour ahead of the corsa rosa had even reached Milan. In …

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Gazprom: At the end of the issuer’s right to have a certain number of votes attached to shares with voting rights (participations) which constitute the equity of a separate entity (PDF, 53.7 KB)

STATEMENT OF MATERIAL FACTS ON TERMINATION OF THE ISSUER’S RIGHT TO DISPOSE OF CERTAIN NUMBER OF VOICES ATTACHED TO VOTED SHARES (PARTICIPATIONS) WHICH CONSTITUTE THE EQUITY OF A SEPARATE ENTITY 1. General information 1.1. Full legal name of the issuer Gazprom public joint stock company 1.2. Short legal name of …

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what to do and lose site status

Being inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List often brings world fame, tourism income and access to international funding and expertise. But there are conditions. World Heritage sites are, in principle, inscribed “forever,” said Mechtild Rossler, Director of the UNESCO World Heritage Center, but countries must do their part to …

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Football for Friendship attracts teams for this year’s “Football for Friendship eWorld Championship”

The draw took place in an online ceremony on the 25e April, International Football and Friendship Day. The Young Ambassadors of the project, Ananya Kamboj of India, Yusuf Moazzam of Pakistan, Sheqayli Ascencion of Aruba and Alinur Gabidenuiy from Kazakhstan, attracted the 32 international friendship teams. The teams were organized …

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Battle for Putin’s pipeline continues in Washington DC

Pipes for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 stored at the port of Mukran in Germany. (Stefan Sauer / dpa via REUTERS) The battle continues to determine US policy toward Russia’s strategically important Nord Stream 2 pipeline. America has called for the removal of the pipeline, but the incoming …

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Gazprom Neft embarks on LNG bunkering: Alexander Dyukov says: “We are always looking for opportunities to enter new markets”

Gazprom Neft is always on the lookout for new opportunities to add value – in existing businesses, but also moving to related or even completely new markets for us. And we are already seeing remarkable results here. For example, barely 15 years ago, the company hardly had a presence in …

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Airat Ishmurzin becomes responsible for Gazprom Pererabotka

April 26, 2021, 4:25 PM Airat Ishmurzin was elected Managing Director of Gazprom Pererabotka. Airat Ishmurzin was born in 1972. He graduated from Kazan State Technological University, specializing in chemical technology of natural fuels and carbonaceous materials. He holds a doctorate in engineering. He has worked at Gazprom for 26 …

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Gazprom Football for Friendship 2021: Open Application Process – Ghana Latest Football News, Live Scores, Results

Gazprom Football for Friendship (F4F) Children’s Social Program has opened its application process for children and young people from all over the world to apply to participate in this year’s program. F4F is looking for young players, young coaches and young journalists. The project will take place from 14e to …

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News from Russia: what you missed over the weekend

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law capping the number of Russians allowed to work in embassies in “hostile” countries, or to ban their employment altogether. Coming amid wave of diplomatic expulsions over accusations of electoral interference and involvement in deadly explosions, Putin’s decree signed on Friday orders government to …

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Lawmakers put pressure on Biden on Russian gas pipeline

WASHINGTON – Pressure is mounting for President Joe Biden to take action to prevent the completion of a Russian gas pipeline to Europe that many fear will give the Kremlin significant leverage over US partners and allies. But such action could create a break in transatlantic relations, especially with Germany, …

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“Football for Friendship eWorld Championship” takes place for the second time in the F4F World multi-user simulator

Important events in Gazprom’s Football for Friendship (F4F) international children’s social program will also take place this year in digital format due to the pandemic. Once again, the “Football for Friendship eWorld Championship” (eF4F) in 2021 will take place on the “Football for Friendship World” (F4F World) multiplayer simulator, specially …

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Sevilla and St. Petersburg replace Bilbao and Dublin for Euro 2020 – Full match – SABC News

Sevilla replaced Bilbao as host city of Euro 2020 with already-host St. Petersburg in Russia, winning all three group stage matches from Dublin, UEFA announced on Friday. Wembley Stadium in London has won the Irish capital’s last 16 games, adding to its fixture list, which include the semi-finals and the …

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Gazprom approves feasibility study for pipeline from Russia through Mongolia to China

Russian gas monopoly Gazprom said on April 23 that the feasibility analysis for the Soyuz Vostok main gas pipeline construction project had been approved. Gazprom carried out the analysis as part of the full feasibility analysis for the project to supply Russian gas pipeline through Mongolia to China, the Russian …

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