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2019, May, 30, 18:25:00OIL PRICE: NEAR $69 YET
Brent crude futures were at $69.03 per barrel at 1325 GMT, down 42 cents, or 0.6%, from their last close. WTI crude futures were up 23 cents, or 0.4%, at $59.04 a barrel, supported by expectations of a fall in U.S. crude inventories.
2019, May, 30, 18:20:00DIVERSIFICATION IS IMPORTANT
To put these two things together, the shale oil affecting both the volume of export and the price, plus the developments in clean technologies, tell me that for those countries who meet in Vienna, it has never been more important for them to diversify their economies. We have seen in Algeria, for example, one of the main reasons is the low oil price and the impact on the economy, and the same with Venezuela and elsewhere.
2019, May, 30, 18:15:00ОБЩИЙ ЭЛЕКТРОЭНЕРГЕТИЧЕСКИЙ РЫНОК
Подписанный документ имеет статус международного договора, который определяет правовые основы формирования, функционирования и развития ОЭР Союза, позволяя на качественно новом уровне использовать имеющиеся преимущества параллельной работы энергосистем государств-членов Евразийского экономического Союза и определяет основные положения, связанные с развитием торговли электрической энергии между субъектами национальных электроэнергетических рынков пяти государств.
2019, May, 30, 18:10:00RUSSIA'S OIL PRODUCTION 11.12 MBD
Russia’s recent oil output is below the 11.18 billion bpd target Moscow has pledged as part of an international deal among producers to curb production to support prices.
2019, May, 30, 18:05:00HIGH COSTS OF CORRUPTION
The costs of corruption run deep. Your taxpayer dollars are lost in different ways, siphoned off from schools, roads, and hospitals to line the pockets of people up to no good.
2019, May, 30, 18:00:00NUCLEAR POWER INCREASING
During a panel discussion at the Breakthroughs: Flexible Nuclear Energy Systems in a Clean Energy World side event during CEM10, Rising said: "Action is needed to expand the share of nuclear generation in the clean energy future. We will need much more nuclear energy if we are to deliver on environmental, economic and sustainable development objectives."
2019, May, 30, 17:55:00GERMANY'S COAL IS MAIN
Electricity generated from Germany’s coal-fired plants declined by 46 million megawatthours (MWh) between 2000 and 2017, while electricity generated from wind and solar increased by 95 million MWh and 40 million MWh, respectively. Despite these changes, coal remains the main source of generation in Germany. Coal’s share of total generation declined from 50% in 2000 to 36% in 2017, despite slight increases in 2012 and 2013 that were related to Germany’s move away from nuclear power.
2019, May, 30, 17:50:00U.S. GDP UP 3.1%
U.S. real gross domestic product (GDP) increased at an annual rate of 3.1 percent in the first quarter of 2019 (table 1), according to the "second" estimate released by the Bureau of Economic Analysis. In the fourth quarter, real GDP increased 2.2 percent.
2019, May, 30, 17:45:00BRAZIL'S OIL UP
Brazil has seen its exports of crude grow from 734,000 b/d in 2015 to 1.3 million b/d in Q1 of this year. In contrast, Mexico, which was once a powerhouse of oil production, has maintained its export status only through curtailment of domestic refining, not increased crude oil output.
2019, May, 30, 17:40:00LNG FOR AUSTRALIA
As recently as a year ago, many thought importing LNG to Australia would be irrational, but shortages are expected as soon as 2022 and there are now five import proposals on the table,