TOTAL: OIL WILL DISAPPEAR
French oil and gas company Total will cut spending on ageing North Sea fields and on U.S. shale production after the recent plunge in oil prices, its chief executive said on Wednesday, reports Reuters.
Speaking at a panel session at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Patrick Pouyanne said he expected oil prices to remain low in the first half of 2015 after falling almost 60 percent since June to below $50 a barrel.
Pouyanne told the Financial Times on Tuesday that Total planned to reduce capital spending by 10 percent this year from 2014's $26 billion and was also looking at imposing a hiring freeze…
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The rules governing the EU's internal gas market will in future also apply to pipelines to and from third countries. The Council today formally adopted an amendment to the so-called gas directive which aims at closing a legal gap in the EU's regulatory framework and boosting competition in the gas market. This is the final step in the legislative process.
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А.Е. Лихачёв напомнил, что нынешний форум проходит под девизом «Ядерные технологии для лучшей жизни». Нет такой сферы человеческой деятельности, где так или иначе не присутствовали бы достижения атомной отрасли. «Мирный атом связан и со всеми задачами и целями устойчивого развития, обозначенными ООН. На нынешнем форуме мы обсудим новейшие технологии, которые будут лежать в основе будущего нашей планеты», - подчеркнул А.Е. Лихачёв.