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20.08.2013 Kenya Planning East Africa’s First Oil Exports

Kenya is headed to become the first oil exporter in East Africa, moving in less than five years from being a have-not nation to the regional leader in cutting reliance on energy suppliers such as Royal Dutch Shell Plc.

16.08.2013 Heimdal Platform Problem Disrupts Norway Gas Exports To UK

Norwegian gas exports to the UK have been disrupted following a loss of power at a North Sea platform.

The Statoil-operated Heimdal Riser platform was shut down on Wednesday evening, affecting gas production from the Oseberg field.

16.08.2013 Russia September Oil Export Duty Set to Rise 5.5% as Urals Gains

Russia will probably boost duties on most oil shipments abroad by 5.5 percent on Sept. 1 after Urals crude prices rose.

09.08.2013 Iraq Oil Exports Hit 16-Month Low Despite Higher Production

Al Arabiya reports that Iraqi crude sales hit a 16-month low in July as exports along a northern pipeline stalled even as production rose, the oil ministry said on Wednesday.

08.08.2013 US Approves Lake Charles Group For LNG Exports

Hydrocarbon Procesing has reported that the Obama administration has approved a plan by Lake Charles Exports to export US natural gas from a terminal in Louisiana, despite concerns that greater amounts of exports will result in higher natural gas prices at home.

08.08.2013 Weak Rouble Prompts Surge in Gasoline Exports

A dive in the Russian rouble has propelled record volumes of gasoline to better-paying export markets in recent months, prompting the government to consider restricting shipments in an effort to avoid a repeat of protests seen two years ago, Reuters reports.

08.08.2013 BP Offers Azeri Crude; BFOE September Exports at Four-Month High

BP Plc (BP/) failed to sell Azeri Light at a higher price than the previous bid. No bids or offers were made for North Sea Forties crude after the loading program showed an increase in September exports.

24.07.2013 US Plans To Bring Iran Oil Exports Down To Zero

The US House of Representatives will vote next week on legislation aimed at slashing Iran’s ability to export any oil, the Jerusalem Post reports.

24.07.2013 Putin Signs Law On Unconventional Oil

Prime reports that Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed the law on a differentiated tax regime for unconventional oil production.

15.07.2013 Nigeria Agency To Allow LNG Exports After $475 Mln Loss

AFP reports that a Nigerian agency that has blockaded liquefied natural gas exports for three weeks, costing $475 million in revenue, agreed Friday to end its action after resolving a fees dispute, the company said.