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November 23, 2022
Talks between European Union nations on where to set a proposed Group of Seven price cap on Russian oil bogged down Wednesday evening, as governments split over how to design the plan, according to people familiar with the matter.
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October 2022
Since day one, the Biden administration has set the U.S. on a path toward more reliance on foreign energy from countries with lower environmental standards. Caving to green activists, President Biden launched an overly aggressive environmental campaign designed to phase out the U.S. hydrocarbon industry and the immense value it provides our country in terms of energy independence and employment opportunities.
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November 14, 2022
Poland introduced compulsory administration over Gazprom PJSC’s stake in the company that owns the local part of the Yamal-Europe gas pipeline, tightening the government’s grip over Russian assets in the country.
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November 14, 2022
Germany moved to nationalize a second major gas company in two months as Berlin seeks to secure supplies for the winter and contain the financial shock from Russia’s squeeze on European energy.
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November 14, 2022
Moscow may have found an important new outlet in the UAE for some of its crude shunned by Europe after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Tracking data shows a tanker recently delivered about 700,000 barrels of Russian crude to an ADNOC refinery.
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November 11, 2022
The European Union’s impending sanctions on oil imports from Russia aren’t quite as exclusionary as they might seem at first sight. It will still be possible for what are arguably still Russian oil molecules to legitimately enter the European Union.
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November 08, 2022
Many of the world's oil refineries are rushing to secure supplies of Middle East crude for next year as nearly all European Union countries will be barred from purchasing seaborne cargoes from Russia within a month.
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November 07, 2022
An oil tanker hauling a cargo of Russian crude has been sitting off the coast of the United Arab Emirates for three days, raising the prospect that the gulf state might become customer for Moscow.
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November 01, 2022
Russia started swapping oil products with Iran, Interfax reported, the latest sign of deepening ties between the two sanctioned countries pushed closer by Russia’s war in Ukraine.
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October 21, 2022
In an interview with “Economichna Pravda,” DTEK CEO Maksim Timchenko talked about how much damage missile attacks and kamikaze drones have caused to the energy industry and DTEK, in particular, what is the safety margin of the country's energy industry and what consumers should expect in the event of continued attacks on energy facilities.
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October 18, 2022
Exxon Mobil Corp. completed its exit from Russia, calling the departure an “expropriation” of its main Russian operation and potentially setting up a future legal challenge.
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October 03, 2022
Hungary is one of the EU nations most reliant on Russia for energy, and has seen the cost of oil and gas imports soar to an estimated $19 billion this year from $4 billion in 2019, according to government data.
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September 2022
Drilling should pick up steam this year, gaining more than 18%, as nearly all regions will see activity increase. Development should thrive, as the world looks for additional sources of crude oil and natural gas.
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September 20, 2022
A bipartisan pair of senators is pressing the Biden administration to use secondary sanctions to enforce a cap on the price of Russian oil.
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September 16, 2022
Russia could find new markets for about half of the crude exports that will be banned by the European Union from December, according to energy-data firm Kpler.
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September 01, 2022
Lukoil was the only Russian oil producer to call for a “fast resolution of the military conflict” in Ukraine early March, just after Moscow’s invasion of its neighbor entered its second week. Vagit Alekperov, the company’s founder, chief executive officer and also a major shareholder, announced his resignation in April after being targeted by international sanctions.
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August 30, 2022
Exxon Mobil Corp. took the first step toward filing a lawsuit against Russia after Vladimir Putin blocked the oil major from exiting its only remaining operation in the country.
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August 17, 2022
U.S. crude exports rose to a record as European refiners rushed to stock up supplies ahead of a ban on Russian imports.
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August 15, 2022
Russia defied expectations of a collapse in oil production following its invasion of Ukraine. But Moscow will have to redouble its efforts to find new buyers if it’s to keep output from shrinking in the coming months.
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August 15, 2022
Offshore Energies UK has urged government to prioritize the domestic production of energy after a House of Commons briefing showed that in June 2022, the UK imported no oil, gas or coal imports from Russia.
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August 03, 2022
Russia appears to have found a new means of getting its oil to market with Western sanctions looming for Moscow.
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