AfrOil: Kenya to farm-in to South Lokichar Posted on Monday November 30, 2015
DMEA: Moroccan refinery’s debts highlight lending dangers Posted on Monday November 30, 2015
MEOG: Expro enters Qatar with five-year contract Posted on Monday November 30, 2015
FSUOGM: Azerbaijan to get more oil at field in Caspian Sea Posted on Monday November 30, 2015
EurOil: Protea delivers 23rd BOP handling system Posted on Monday November 30, 2015
Energo: Crimea ready to launch Energy Bridge to Russia after blackout Posted on Monday November 30, 2015
ChinaOil: Chinese court sends 14 to prison over pipeline blasts Posted on Monday November 30, 2015
AsianOil: New Delhi may reject ONGC’s call for premium pricing Posted on Monday November 30, 2015
AsiaElec: Australia approves supply of uranium to India Posted on Monday November 30, 2015
AfrOil: Algeria eyes subsidy system reform Posted on Monday November 30, 2015
AfrElec: Ekom installs transformer in Acornhoek Posted on Monday November 30, 2015
AfrOil: Sudan’s declining oil sector remains corrupt Posted on Monday November 30, 2015
AsianOil: SapuraKencana starts work offshore Malaysia Posted on Monday November 30, 2015
AsiaElec: Thailand eyes two Laos power plants Posted on Monday November 30, 2015
DMEA: Weir displays US$20 million manufacturing facility in Dubai Posted on Monday November 30, 2015
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