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2 September 2020
Gazprom to Confirm Business Plan for Nord Stream-2 in January

Russian energy giant Gazprom will confirm its business plan and pipeline tenders for the Nord Stream-2 project in January, Gazprom Deputy Chairman Alexander Medvedev said Monday. “We are currently

2 September 2020
Russia-Pakistan Deal on Gas Pipeline Could Be Signed in September

Russia and Pakistan could sign an agreement on the North-South gas pipeline project in late September, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said Friday. "This document is ready for signing,

2 September 2020
Oil Bonanza Over, Algeria Woos The Investors It Has Long Ignored

Technology entrepreneur Karim Brahiti sees opportunities springing from the biggest threat Algeria’s economy has faced in decades. “The plunge in oil prices is a necessary evil that will force us to

2 September 2020
Wind and Solar Are Crushing Fossil Fuels

Wind and solar have grown seemingly unstoppable. While two years of crashing prices for oil, natural gas, and coal triggered dramatic downsizing in those industries, renewables have

2 September 2020
Russian Wheat Falls on Competition With Ukraine, Romanian Crops

Russia’s wheat-export prices resumed declines last week amid bumper crops in Black Sea nations including Ukraine and Romania, according to the Institute for Agricultural Market

2 September 2020
Statoil to Keep Investing in Major Projects Despite Oil Prices Crash

Energy giant Statoil will keep investing in major projects, including exploration, despite falling oil prices, the company's Executive Vice President Tim Dodson said at a press conference

2 September 2020
World’s Largest Oil Service Company Cuts 9,000 Jobs on Low Oil Prices

The world’s largest oil service company Schlumberger will cut 9,000 jobs in response to lower oil prices and a reduction in anticipated exploration and production by oil companies,

2 September 2020
Denmark,Norway,Finland to Cooperate With Russia in Arctic Despite Sanctions

Denmark, Norway and Finland on Tuesday expressed their commitment to continue cooperation with Russia in the Arctic despite the Western economic sanctions. The announcement

2 September 2020
Dubai to Produce World's Cheapest Electricity at New Solar Plant

Dubai has launched an ambitious solar power plant project planning to produce up to 1,000 megawatts of the world's cheapest electricity by 2030. "Dubai Electricity & Water Authority

2 September 2020
World’s First Solar Road Opens in the Netherlands

The world’s first solar road opened for traffic on Wednesday in a Dutch town close to Amsterdam, a test cycle route which aims to develop the technology for use on further

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