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2021, July, 9, 12:30:00OIL PRICE: NOT ABOVE $75
Brent were up 60 cents, or 0.8%, at $74.72 a barrel , WTI were up 69 cents, or 1%, at $73.63.
2021, July, 9, 12:25:00ASIA NEED MORE LNG
The spot and long-term LNG pricing dynamics have shifted dramatically from 2020 to 2021, with record lows to record highs recorded in a period of nine months.
2021, July, 9, 12:20:00U.S. OIL INVENTORIES DOWN 6.9 MB TO 445.5 MB
U.S. commercial crude oil inventories decreased by 6.9 million barrels from the previous week to 445.5 million barrels.
2021, July, 9, 12:15:00EUROPEAN CLIMATE INVESTMENT €30 BLN
The European Parliament (EP) has approved the €30bn upgraded Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) programme for 2021 to 2027, with 60% for projects that help achieve the EU’s climate objectives and 15% of energy pillar funds for cross-border renewable energy projects.
2021, July, 9, 12:10:00EUROPEAN FUSION INVESTMENT €300 MLN
In fusion, the Euratom Work Programme sets a clear strategy for EUROfusion - the European Consortium for Development of Fusion Energy.
2021, July, 9, 12:05:00INDONESIA'S CLEAN ENERGY INVESTMENT $12 BLN
The Indonesian state-owned oil and gas company PT Pertamina plans to invest US$12bn to add 10 GW of "clean" power capacity by 2026, including 6 GW of gas-fired power plants, 3 GW of renewables such as geothermal and 1 GW from other projects like “blue” and “green” hydrogen.
2021, July, 9, 12:04:00ВОДОРОД РОССИЯ И СНГ, Москва, 20-21 октября 2021
Более 200 руководителей предприятий по производству водорода России и стран СНГ соберёт международная конференция и выставка «Водород Россия и СНГ»
2021, July, 9, 12:00:00ARGENTINA'S NUCLEAR SMR
Before work was suspended, it was in line to be the world’s first operating SMR. The government licensed it as a prototype in 2009.
2021, July, 9, 11:55:00CHILE'S COAL GENERATION DOWN
In June 2021, the Chamber of Deputies of Chile has approved a bill that prohibits the installation and operation of coal-fired power plants.
2021, July, 8, 12:50:00OIL PRICE: NEAR $73
Brent slipped by 23 cents, or 0.3%, to $73.20 a barrel, WTI were down 33 cents, or 0.5%, at $71.87 a barrel.