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FSU OGM: Russian bookings generating new business for Sovcomflot

25 May 2022

Russia’s state-owned tanker operator Sovcomflot (SCF) is still attracting plenty of business, with a surge of recent bookings from Russian oil producers partially making up for the loss of Western clients.

AsianOil: Australian election spells new uncertainty for oil and gas

25 May 2022

Australia’s federal election, held on May 21, has resulted in a change of government following a victory by the Australian Labor Party (ALP).

AfrOil: Germany, Senegal focus on prospects for gas co-operation

25 May 2022

Natural gas projects were among the key items on the agenda at a meeting between German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Senegalese President Macky Sall.

Mercy Corps, Energy Peace Partners to promote renewable energy in refugee communities, starting in Ethiopia

25 May 2022

Mercy Corps has launched partnership with Energy Peace Partners (EPP) to advance clean sustainable affordable energy services in humanitarian settings making Ethiopia the first beneficiary.

Ukraine has enough electricity from nuclear power plants as Britain pledges financial guarantees for the EBRD loan to Ukrenergo

25 May 2022

Ukraine has enough electricity from nuclear power plants as Britain pledges financial guarantees for the EBRD loan to Ukrenergo

Iran moving forward to execute condensate-for-crude swap deal with Venezuela

24 May 2022

Iran appears to be moving forward with implementation of the co-operation deal signed during Oil Minister Javad Owji’s visit to Caracas earlier this month.

Sierra Leone launches fifth Petroleum Licensing Round

24 May 2022

Sierra Leone’s Petroleum Directorate launched the country’s fifth Petroleum Licensing Round last week, announcing in London that it was offering 56 offshore blocks to investors.

Ireland’s EirGrid announces contracts for more than 1.9 GW of solar and wind

24 May 2022

EirGrid, the Irish state-owned transmission operator, has announced provisional contracts for more than 1.9 GW of wind and solar. The contracts were awarded in Ireland’s second Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS 2) auction.

Rowley says Petrotrin refinery could process Guyanese crude oil after sale

24 May 2022

Keith Rowley, the prime minister of Trinidad and Tobago, has said that the Petrotrin oil refinery in Point-a-Pierre may be able to process crude from nearby Guyana after its sale, which is currently in the works.

Rosneft, Gazprom Neft bookings generating new business for Sovcomflot

24 May 2022

Russia’s state-owned tanker operator Sovcomflot (SCF) is still attracting business, with a surge of recent bookings from Russian clients partially making up for the loss of Western clients in the wake of the invasion of Ukraine.

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