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2021, April, 12, 09:50:00IRAN, U.S. TALKS
Iran has insisted that the US drop all the sanctions it unilaterally imposed after withdrawing from the deal in 2018, while US officials have maintained that Iranian nuclear violations of the agreement must be rectified first.
2020, April, 9, 12:00:00SAUDI ARABIA, RUSSIA, U.S. CONVERSATION
The United States has become the world’s largest producer but Trump’s administration has shown no appetite to mandate cuts.
2020, April, 9, 11:55:00SAUDI ARABIA, RUSSIA, U.S. REDUCTION
Saudi Arabia and Russia, the two OPEC+ leaders, have insisted that they will only participate if the US also agrees to production cuts.
2020, January, 24, 13:30:00U.S., CANADA BANKRUPTCIES UP 50%
U.S. and Canadian oil and natural gas exploration and production company bankruptcies totaled 42 in 2019, up from 28 in 2018,
2019, September, 24, 17:50:00INDIA'S INVESTMENT TO U.S. LNG $2.5 BLN
Petronet LNG Ltd, India's biggest liquefied natural gas importer, has signed a preliminary deal to buy a stake in Tellurian Inc's proposed Driftwood project in Louisiana and import 5 million tonnes a year of LNG.
2019, July, 5, 11:35:00U.S., BRITAIN IRAN SANCTIONS
British Royal Marines seized a giant Iranian oil tanker in Gibraltar on Thursday for trying to take oil to Syria in violation of EU sanctions, a dramatic step that drew Tehran’s fury and could escalate its confrontation with the West.
2019, July, 5, 11:30:00U.S., VENEZUELA, CUBA SANCTIONS
The United States has targeted Cuba’s state-run company Cubametales as part of its Venezuela-related sanctions, according to a notice posted on the U.S. Treasury Department’s website on Wednesday.
2019, July, 3, 11:25:00FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN U.S. UP 8.7%
Expenditures by foreign direct investors to acquire, establish, or expand U.S. businesses totaled $296.4 billion (preliminary) in 2018. Expenditures were up 8.7 percent from $272.8 billion (revised) in 2017
2019, July, 1, 11:25:00U.S., CHINA TRADE: $300 BLN
The re-opening of trade negotiations between the US and China also opens the door for the easing of trade tensions and potential removal of tariffs on a range of commodities including LNG, LPG, soybeans, metals and petrochemicals.
2019, May, 29, 10:50:00CANADA'S ENERGY FOR U.S.: $84 BLN
Canada is the second-largest importer of energy from the United States, in terms of trade value, behind only Mexico. Energy accounted for $84 billion, or 26%, of the value of all U.S. imports from Canada in 2018.