Russia's Gazprom, hit by Ukraine crisis, faces lowest gas output in history
Russian natural gas exporter Gazprom said on Tuesday it was fully meeting gas demand from European clients amid complaints the company had reduced flows to Europe.
Gazprom is working with Serbia to kickstart construction works of the local leg of the South Stream project, with newspapers reporting that the operations could start as soon as in October.
Energy ministers from Russia and several countries in Central & Eastern Europe (CEE), chamber of commerce heads and other high level speakers gathered in Budapest, Hungary on 16 September to grapple with energy security issues at the Gas Dialogues event Development and Use of Natural Gas in the Danube Region: Prospects and Opportunities.
Horizontal shale wells in Poland remain a question mark, as San Leon Energy and 3Legs Resources release their updates on Wednesday, reporting blows for the entire industry.
Efforts to reach a peace deal between Ukraine and Russia continue. But western businesses are finding themselves hit increasingly hard by Russia-related sanctions – from both sides.
Unresolved territorial and maritime claims continue to hinder exploration and development in the East China Sea.
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North American shale-focused companies' financial performance has improved
Third High-Level Meeting of the OPEC-Russia Energy Dialogue