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26.06.2014 With new grip on oil fields, Iraq Kurds unveil plan to ramp up exports

Iraq's self-ruling Kurds outlined plans on Wednesday to swiftly ramp up oil exports now that their forces have taken control of Iraq's main northern oilfields, a move that could tear up the settlement holding Iraq together since the fall of Saddam Hussein.

25.06.2014 Russia set to delay fuel oil export duty hike

Russia's finance and energy ministries have agreed to put back the equalisation of export duties on crude oil and on heavy oil products such as fuel oil to 2017 to allow domestic refineries to finish upgrades, the Finance Ministry said on Wednesday.

25.06.2014 Canada’s LNG export potential

Canada continues its mission to become a leading LNG exporter, with recent news that Woodfibre LNG now plans to build its proposed LNG plant onshore. Pieridae Energy has also recently awarded CB&I the FEED contract for the Goldboro LNG facility in Nova Scotia.

23.06.2014 API calls for faster approval of LNG exports

API welcomed approval by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) of a facility to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Cameron Parish, Louisiana and urged Congress to accelerate the process for future applicants.

12.06.2014 Russian Pacific port raises 2014 crude oil export forecast

Russia's Pacific port of Kozmino plans to export 24.6 million tonnes of oil this year (494,000 barrels per day), up from 21.3 million tonnes last year, Deputy Energy Minister Kirill Molodtsov said on Tuesday.

04.06.2014 Turkmenistan, Turkey to discuss diversification of gas export routes

Turkey's Ankara city is hosting the high-level Turkmen-Turkish negotiations as part of the official visit of Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov to Turkey, a message from the Turkmen government said on June 3, Trend has reported.

30.05.2014 Lifting US Export Restrictions Would Lower Gas Prices – IHS

Lifting the 1970’s-era restrictions on U.S.

26.05.2014 Turkey Begins Exporting Iraqi Kurdistan Oil

Turkey said Friday it has begun exporting oil supplies from Iraqi Kurdistan to international markets, a move that could exacerbate strained tensions between Baghdad and Kurds.

20.05.2014 White House Eyeing Changes to 1975 Law Curbing U.S. Oil Exports: Official on Platts Energy Week

The Obama administration is considering lifting or easing 39-year-old restrictions on exporting U.S. crude oil, though no final decisions have been made, a White House official said Sunday on Platts Energy Week.
 

16.05.2014 Kazakhstan looks for new partners in export projects

Kazakhstan may have to look for new ways to export oil to Europe if sanctions were introduced against Russia, Kazakh Oil and Gas Minister Uzakbay Karabalin has said. Kazakhstan would be affected by sanctions against Russia, he said.