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Cargo of petrol irregularly imported in Kenya causes dispute

16 January 2022

Oil marketers have asked Kenya’s energy regulator to exclude cargo of 30,000 metric tons (MT) of petrol privately imported from schedule of monthly pricing.

Ukraine transported record volume of oil to refineries in a decade

16 January 2022

Ukrtransnafta, Ukraine’s state-run pipeline operator, transported a decade-high volume of oil to Ukrainian oil refineries in 2021, announced Naftogaz in a press statement on 14 January.

Tajikistan, Uzbekistan make deals with Taliban, but watch border warily

15 January 2022

A power outage illustrates in stark terms how much leverage Uzbekistan enjoys over its troubled neighbour to the south.

Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change urges EU to keep gas out of green taxonomy

15 January 2022

A group of sustainable investors has urged the EU to exclude gas from the new the EU Taxonomy green investment classification system.

Kenyan authorities investigate cause of nationwide electricity outage

15 January 2022

Senior Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) officials are being questioned over whether there was failure to secure a high-voltage electricity transmission line

European Commission rules against merger between South Korean shipbuilders

15 January 2022

The European Commission has blocked the proposed merger between South Korean shipbuilders HHI and DSME on competition concerns relating to the LNG carrier market.

Pertamina makes gas discovery at Mahakam Block

15 January 2022

A subsidiary of Indonesia’s Pertamina has made a natural gas discovery in the Mahakam block offshore East Kalimantan.

Shale drillers struggle with seismic activity, disposal restrictions

15 January 2022

US shale drillers are struggling with seismic activity that has been associated with wastewater disposal. In particular, reports have recently emerged of earthquakes in the Permian Basin.

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