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Gazprom, OMV Meet on Establishing Nord Stream JV

  At a Meeting held at the Gazprom headquarters between Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Company's Management Committee and Rainer Seele, Chairman of the Executive Board of OMV,

Saipem Wins 2 Contracts for Al-Zour Refinery Project

Saipem has received award notification by the Kuwait National Petroleum Corporation (KNPC) for Package 4 and Package 5 of the Al-Zour New Refinery Project (NRP),

Oil Surges in Short-Covering Rally

Front-month Brent crude futures surged more than 10 percent higher yesterday, one of the largest daily percentage movements on record, as traders raced to cover short positions.

Migrant Boat Sinks off Libya; 200 Feared Dead

A boat packed with mainly African migrants bound for Italy sank off the Libyan coast on Thursday and officials said up to 200 might have died. A security official in the western town of Zuwara,

Glencore Books 6 mln bbls North Sea Forties in September

Swiss trader Glencore has provisionally booked three supertankers to load 6 million barrels of North Sea Forties crude for South Korea in September, according to shipping data and traders.

Denmark Predicts Steady Oil & Gas Production

Denmark expects to maintain its current production of oil and gas for the next two and a half years according to new estimates from the Danish Energy Agency on Friday.

Oil Steadies as Equities Rally

Recovering stock markets boost oil prices; U.S. crude on track for first weekly gain in nine weeks. Oil prices steadied on Friday after bouncing back from six-and-a-half-year

Trend-Driven Funds Profit on Oil's Slippery Path

The oil market's 10 percent surge on Thursday offered a visceral reminder that many of its most active participants could not care less about global oil inventories,

Maurel & Prom Mulls Merger after MPI Deal

French energy exploration and production company Maurel & Prom said it was reabsorbing its former Nigerian unit MPI as a first step towards tripling in size to

Dutch Green Ports to be Model for Turkey

 Netherlands will be a model for Turkey’s ports within an environmentally-friendly Green Port implementation, says Daily News.   Port of Amsterdam and Dutch officials

Bollore Bags Contract for Kribi Container Port

 France's Bollore-led consortium has been awarded the contract to develop and operate a container terminal in Cameroon's deep-water port of Kribi, says a report in Reuters.

Maersk Group Optimistic on $4Bln Profit Target

 AP Moeller Maersk Group has continued to fix its eyes on its forecast of a $4 billion profit for 2015, despite the challenges it is facing in its operating environment, according to Thisday Live.

Russian Gas Supply to China

  At a meeting hosted by Beijing today the issues of bilateral cooperation, particularly the preparations for the contract on Russian natural gas supply to China via the western route were addressed.

CFSAI Shifts to New Office in New Mumbai

  Container Freight Station Association of India (CFSAI) has set up a full-fledged Secretariat and moved to its new office at “Anchorage Building” in Dronagiri  Node on 26th August 2015.

Port of Long Beach Names HR Director

The Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners on Monday selected veteran human resources executive Louis Gutierrez as the port’s Managing Director of Human Resources and Team Development.

Standards Tighten for Supplying Seafarer Food in Mombasa

Accreditation to international quality standards in the supply of food and drink to ships is becoming essential to do business, says Mohammed Muses, Managing Director

Freeport-McMoran Lowers CapEx, Mulls Job Cuts

Diversified U.S. miner and energy producer Freeport-McMoran Inc said it would lower its capital budget for mining in 2016 by 25 percent, or $700 million, as commodity prices continue to weaken.

WTO Rules Against India in Solar Dispute with U.S.

The World Trade Organization (WTO) has ruled against India in a dispute with the United States over its solar power program, Indian business newspaper Mint reported on Wednesday.

Gulf Keystone Owed $283 mln for Iraqi Kurdistan Oil

Gulf Keystone Petroleum, one of a handful of foreign oil producers in Iraqi Kurdistan, said on Thursday it was owed $283 million for oil sales and other costs from the Kurdistan Regional Government.

Vale Sheds Another Australian Coal Mine

Buyers are Glencore, Bloomfield. Brazilian mining giant Vale has continued its disposal of non-core holdings, agreeing to sell a mothballed coal mine in Australia

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