Apr 16, 2019

China in the driving seat

The new geography of manufacturing. The speed at which China is changing its energy mix, from coal to gas. Europe’s response. The interwoven fates of Rome and Beijing over the Belt and Road Initiative

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Mar 22, 2019

Gazprom Agrees To Ensure Gas Supplies to Hungary, Bypassing Ukraine

Russia will supply gas to Hungary in 2020, regardless of agreements on gas transit between Moscow and Kiev

Mar 21, 2019

Greater Eurasia and the (new) energy routes

A new development pole that wants and can become an alternative to the Euro-Atlantic center. Gas is above all

Feb 18, 2019

Oil price rise on Opec-led supply cuts

In addition to the OPEC+ deal and the turmoil in the Latin American country, another bullish factor was a slight depreciation of the dollar and the impression that the Federal Reserve will not implement a strong tightening monetary policy in 2019 as it was previously supposed

Feb 18, 2019

Russia’s Gazprombank Freezes Accounts of Venezuela’s PDVSA

The Kremlin has been among Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s staunchest supporters.

Jan 22, 2019

A new recession is looming

To balance the market, global economic powers must implement expansive policies and producer countries must implement the production cuts agreement as soon as possible

Jan 8, 2019

Germany Wobbles on Nord Stream Pipeline

Support in German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s coalition for a  new Russian gas pipeline is slipping.  Pressure from U.S. President Donald Trump starts to bite.

Dec 14, 2018

Construction launched on Saryarka gas pipeline

Kazakh President  Nazarbayev launched construction on the Saryarka gas pipeline

Dec 10, 2018

Kassymbek: Digitising construction, housing will reduce CO2 emissions and heating costs

50,000 heat metering devices have been installed in  the country’s houses. An additional 62,000 units are scheduled to be connected.

Dec 6, 2018

Russia & OPEC poised to cut oil production

OPEC’s worst nightmare? Iraq could be next to abandon oil cartel

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Oct 20, 2018

Russia and Uzbekistan Start Work on Nuclear Power Plant

Project which Moscow estimates will cost $11 billion.

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Oct 19, 2018

Puglia discusses, Albania celebrates, Saipem realizes: Tap is done

The Albania-Italy submarine pipeline has been started today. From Azerbaijan to Europe.

Oct 11, 2018

Kazakh government introduces alternative tax on subsoil use

The alternative tax on subsoil use that gives subsoil users an additional opportunity to fulfill their tax obligations. Tax burden is transferred immediately at the time of income receipt.

Oct 5, 2018

World Energy Week in Milan

World Trilemma Index assigns triple A for sustainability to Italy.

Oct 4, 2018

New household appliance recycling, discount programme launched to promote energy-efficiency

The government of Kazakhstan  offering residents of Astana and Almaty the opportunity to recycle their old household appliances free of charge and get a 10 percent discount on a new energy-efficient refrigerator

Oct 2, 2018

Russian Oil Output Rises to Record as OPEC Cuts Rolled Back

Russia’s production exceeded the previous high of 11.247 million barrels a day reached two years ago

Sep 17, 2018

Oil, positive trend

Price increases had three major drivers: the collapse of Iranian exports, the decrease in US stocks and the depreciation of the dollar

Aug 23, 2018

The bearish effect of geopolitical events

As oil prices fall, global demand is expected to grow. Asia is driving the increase in demand thanks to the estimated 900,000 b/d

Aug 1, 2018

Russia to Host the 25th World Energy Congress

The World Energy Council (WEC) has announced that Russia will be the host of the next World Energy Congress held in 2022

Jul 24, 2018

Rosneft sees oil at $80 by Christmas

Rosneft’s chief executive Sechin expects Brent could reach US$80 a barrel by this year’s end

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