EU | Egypt Oil & Gas - Part 7

Russia Halts Gas Supplies to Ukraine

Disputes between Moscow and Kiev reemerged last week amid Gazprom's disruption of gas supplies to Ukraine, Kiev's ban on Russian planes flyovers, and a recent explosion of power lines on Russian-annexed Crimea.

World Powers to Aid in Iran’s Arak Reactor Redesign

A document released by Iran's state news agency IRNA proves that United States, Britain, France, China, Russia plus Germany are all helping Iran redesign its Arak heavy water reactor so that it cannot produce weapons ...

EU Gas Imports from Russia Rise Even as Demand for the Fuel Falls

Europe is increasing imports of Russian gas even as demand on the continent is falling, reported Reuters.

EU Court Accepts Iran Gas Companies Appeal over Sanctions List

The European Union has removed two Iranian oil companies from its sanctions list, the first such action since Iran reached a nuclear agreement with world powers earlier this month

US EIA States that Turkey is Well Placed to be an Energy Hub

Turkey is well placed and an increasingly significant hub for oil and natural gas transits from the Middle East, Central Asia and Russia to Europe and the Atlantic, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) sa ...

Iran Nuke Deal Reached, Governments and Corporations Measure Ramifications

Iran and six world powers reached an agreement on Tuesday to lift sanctions against the Islamic Republic, and while U.S. and Iranian leaders have heralded the deal as a victory, the real winners could be corporations ...

In a Move Away from Russia, EU to Start Importing Gas from Turkmenistan

The European Union, keen to lessen its dependence on Russia for energy supplies, expects to start receiving natural gas from Turkmenistan by 2019, European Commission Vice President Maros Sefcovic said in an interview.

Iran Could Become Conduit of Turkmenistan Gas Headed for EU

EU’s energy chief says he has discussed the possibility of transiting Turkmenistan’s gas via Iran with the Central Asian state’s leader

EU Anti-Trust Regulator Takes on Gazprom

Europe’s competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager is taking on some tough battles. Last week she accused US technology giant Google of abusing its dominant position in the internet search market. This week she has ...

European Union Anti-Trust Regulators Expected to File Charges Against Gazprom

European antitrust regulators are expected on Wednesday to charge the Russian energy giant Gazprom with abusing its dominance in natural gas markets, a move that could escalate Western tensions with Moscow.

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