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Markets and policies influence oil

Markets and policies influence oil

The price per barrel continues to fluctuate, conditioned by several factors including foreign and energy policy decisions by the Unites States

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Siberian Novatek negotiates Arctic LNG project with Italian Saipem

Siberian Novatek negotiates Arctic LNG project with Italian Saipem

The head of the company, Leonid Mikhelson, told reporters on Friday

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Oil, down and up

Oil, down and up

In March crude prices decreased because of finance sparked. Instead, the increase in prices that took place at the end of March

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Stable quotes

Stable quotes

In February, oil hovered firmly around $55/ barrel with both OPEC and non-OPEC countries moving forward with their production cuts

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Gas put under the price test

Gas put under the price test

Interview with Sergey Komlev, Head of the Contract Structuring and Pricing Directorate of Gazprom Export

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Oil: the barrel fluctuates over $50

Oil: the barrel fluctuates over $50

The real different maker on oil prices could once again be the spike in US output

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Rosneft withdraws from Italian Saras

Rosneft withdraws from Italian Saras

Russia’s Rosneft agrees to sell its stake in Saras S.p.A due to Western sanctions

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Policies and players in the oil Pax

Policies and players in the oil Pax

Oil prices have risen since the decision taken by OPEC and non-OPEC countries to find new production objectives

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Rosneft and CNPC agreed to increase oil supplies to China

Rosneft and CNPC agreed to increase oil supplies to China

Russian Rosneft and China’s CNPC signed an additional agreement extending the contract on oil supplies to China vis Kazakhstan

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Glencore, QIA close deal on purchase of Rosneft stake

Glencore, QIA close deal on purchase of Rosneft stake

In early Dec., Rosneftegaz and a consortium incorporating the QIA and Glencore signed an agreement for the sale of 19.5% of Rosneft stake for EUR10.2 bln

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