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Top Stories

18 August 2017, Week 32, Issue 413
Greece has opened two tenders for offshore blocks in the Mediterranean and Ionian Seas and has invited IOCs to submit bids.

Commentary

14 August 2017, Week 31, Issue 943
Squeezing Russian supplies should pave the way for additional gas from Algeria and Egypt, writes Ed Reed, although there remain questions about production growth and demand. WHAT: US hostility to...