2019, October, 30, 10:25:00OIL PRICE: NOT ABOVE $62 ANEW
Brent crude was down 18 cents, or 0.3%, at $61.41 a barrel, WTI crude was down 27 cents, or 0.5%, at $55.27 a barrel,
2019, October, 30, 10:20:00РУССКИЕ ИНВЕСТИЦИИ ДЛЯ КУБЫ
В отношениях с Республикой Куба Россия неизменно придерживается курса на всестороннее укрепление стратегического партнерства и прилагает значительные усилия для поддержки экономического сотрудничества по всем направлениям, подчеркнул по итогам встреч Александр Новак.
2019, October, 30, 10:05:00EUROPE NEED RUSSIA'S GAS
The current 10-year agreement between Gazprom and Naftogaz Ukrayiny expires at the end of 2019, and the EC is brokering talks aimed at putting a new contract in place to take effect from the start of 2020.
2019, October, 30, 10:00:00USING SYRIA'S OIL
“What I intend to do, perhaps, is make a deal with an ExxonMobil or one of our great companies to go in there and do it properly … and spread out the wealth,” Trump said Sunday during a news conference about the U.S. special forces operation that led to the death of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
2019, October, 30, 09:55:00POWER OF SIBERIA IS READY
Power of Siberia's linear part is thus ready for the commencement of Russian pipeline gas supplies to China.
2019, October, 30, 09:50:00U.S. GAS EXPORTS UP TWICE
From January through June of 2019, U.S. net natural gas exports averaged 4.1 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d), more than double the average net exports in 2018 (2.0 Bcf/d),
2019, October, 30, 09:45:00GLOBAL WARMING: $50 TLN
To reduce net emissions of carbon to zero, the world would have to eradicate the equivalent of 53.5 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide a year
2019, October, 30, 09:40:00CLIMATE NEED NUCLEAR
Renewable energy must join forces with nuclear to secure a low-carbon future
2019, October, 30, 09:35:00U.S. SANCTIONS FOR ROSNEFT
Rosneft welcomes the work of Chevron, Halliburton, Schlumberger, Baker Hughes, and Weatherford companies due to another renewal of their licences by the American regulator.
2019, October, 30, 09:30:00JAPAN'S NUCLEAR DOWN, MORTALITY UP
Increased electricity prices and greater use of fossil fuels have led to more deaths following the Fukushima accident in March 2011 than the subsequent evacuation from the area surrounding the nuclear power plant, a new study shows. No deaths have been recorded as a direct result of the accident itself, but the decision to suspend nuclear power generation in response to it has contributed to loss of life,