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Linn Energy CEO Eligible for $6.9 mln Award

The chief executive officer of Linn Energy LLC, a U.S. oil and gas company that is exploring strategic options and looking for ways to fix its balance sheet, is eligible for a $6.

U.S., India in Talks to Settle Solar Power Trade Dispute

The United States and India are in talks that could settle a long-running solar power trade dispute, delaying the announcement of a ruling by the World Trade Organization,

Topaz Responder Saves Refugee Migrants

Topaz Energy and Marine has emerged as an unlikely player in the effort to save refugee migrants risking their lives on the sea crossing from Turkey to Greece’s islands in order to reach Europe.

Rosneft to buy back Purgaz

Rosneft is in talks with "Gazprom" to buy back its stake in the joint venture - the largest producer of gas, "Purgas". Experts argue that such a deal would solve

Siemens UK & Ireland partners with EFC group

Siemens UK & Ireland has formed a strategic partnership with oil and gas control system specialist, EFC Group, in a collaboration which promises to deliver innovative,

U.S. Oil Rig Cut Deepens in 7th week of Declines

U.S. energy firms deepened their cuts in oil drilling rigs in the seventh week of declines to the lowest levels since March 2010, data showed on Friday, as they

Globus Maritime Reclassifies Board Member

Globus Maritime Limited, a dry bulk shipping company, announced today that when Georgios Karageorgiou, a Class I director of Globus Maritime Limited  resigned on December 28,

First Panama Canal Water-Saving Basin Filled

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) announced that the first water-saving basin of the Agua Clara Locks’ upper chamber has been filled to the required level in order

VT Halter Delivers ATB Tug to Bouchard

VT Halter Marine, Inc. announced the delivery of the M/V Morton S. Bouchard Jr., the first of the two 6,000 horsepower Twin Screw Articulated Tug Barge (ATB) tugs to Bouchard Transportation Co.

Obama's Call for $10 Oil Tax is DOA

President Barack Obama's final budget will propose a $10 per barrel oil tax, investing the proceeds in mass transit, high-speed rail, urban planning, highway upgrades and self-driving cars,

COSCO Also Eyes Greek Train Network

China's COSCO already the sole bidder for Greece's Piraeus Port. Buying both would give COSCO a European transhipment hub. China's COSCO is expected to make

Asia-Europe Box Rates Down 8 pct

Shipping freight rates for transporting containers from ports in Asia to Northern Europe fell by 8.1 percent to $431 per 20-foot container (TEU) in the week ended on Friday,

EU Clears Schlumberger's Acquisition of Cameron

The European Union executive on Friday cleared the purchase of equipment maker Cameron International Corp by Schlumberger, the world's No.1 oilfield services provider.

BG Profits Slip Before Shell Takeover

BG beats 2015 production target thanks to Brazil, Australia. Britain's BG Group, in its last results update before its takeover by Shell, reported a 22 percent

UAE Plans Floating LNG Import Terminal

State-owned Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. (ADNOC) plans to start a new liquefied natural gas floating import terminal (FSRU) in the second half of this year, three LNG industry sources said.

Loss-Making Production Unlikely to be Shuttered

Even as millions of barrels of oil are pumped at a loss at current prices, only a fraction of the production has been shut, industry research group Wood Mackenzie said on Friday.

Oil Steady, Weak Fundamentals Weigh

Speculative activity largely behind price volatility. Oil steadied on Friday in a volatile session, as bearish fundamentals pressured prices despite bullish indications earlier in the week.

Glencore to Lift Iranian Fuel Oil at Bandar Mahshahr

Anglo-Swiss commodity trader Glencore has chartered a ship to load Iranian fuel oil at the Iranian port of Bandar Mahshahr in a move that signals the return of

U.S. Energy MLPs May be Running Out of Road

Investment vehicles that funneled more than $100 billion into U.S. pipelines, storage and other facilities during the shale boom now face an existential crisis

Total Consortium Bids for Greek Offshore Block

France's Total in a consortium with Greece's Hellenic Petroleum and Italy's Edison has bid for one offshore gas drilling block in the west of Greece, an official

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