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About: EurOil analyses key trends such as the influx of private equity into the North Sea and how it is shaping the basin's future. The monitor also provides key insight on major trends such as decommissioning and the development of frontier regions like West of Shetland. Midstream developments also take prominence, with deep analysis of the region's gas needs and how they will be met in the future.
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Kazakhstan reportedly makes modest progress in finding alternative oil export routes that bypass Russia
China wants Russia to stop interfering with Kazakh oil exports.
This could prevent it from tackling some of the country’s biggest problems, such as its dependency on Russian energy, soaring energy bills, worsening environmental problems, and its stuttering economic model.
Hungary's MOL group pays for Transneft's transit fee to Ukrtransnafta, ending cut-off caused by 'administrative glitch'.
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The deputy administrator of the Panama Canal Authority (PCA) has said that the number of LNG tankers passing through the Panama Canal had dropped by nearly a third over the last nine months.
Western officials reportedly raise prospect of sanctions on Turkey if deepening Ankara, Moscow ties cross line
Russia cuts oil flow via Ukraine's Druzhba pipeline, blaming sanctions for blocking transit payments
Cut-off will hit the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia hardest, as they rely heavily on imports via the Druzhba pipeline.