International

International

Kremlin Says Those Behind Nord Stream Blasts Must be Punished

An investigative journalist said in a blog post that U.S. navy divers had destroyed the pipelines, but the White House denies the report.

February 9, 2023

Business , International , Energy Transition

TotalEnergies Has Not Signed Contract on New Adani Hydrogen Venture: CEO

Last year, TotalEnergies and Adani Green Energy announced a proposed contract to extend their partnership to advance the production of green hydrogen.

February 8, 2023

Crude Oil , International

Fire Breaks Out at Russian Oil Refinery Near Ukrainian Border

The blaze is said to have been caused by a "violation of technological process."
 

February 8, 2023

Markets , International , Energy Transition

Global Carbon Markets Value Hit Record $909 B Last Year

Meant to limit greenhouse gas emissions, carbon permits' values have been driven by energy prices surge and EU reforms. 
 

February 7, 2023

Liquefied Natural Gas , Trade , International

India's Petronet Seeks More LNG Under Long-term Qatar Deal

"We are seeking an additional 0.75 to 1 mtpa on top of existing 8.5 mtpa contact," Petronet LNG CEO A.K. Singh said.

February 7, 2023

Crude Oil , International

Colombia Oil Output Down by 49,500 bbl/d on Roadblock, Companies Say

A roadblock between Puetro Gaitan and Rubiales is preventing Colombian fuel from reaching oil operations, negatively impacting over 5,332 oil workers and their families.

February 6, 2023

Crude Oil , Trade , International

Russia Fuel Oil Heading East as EU Embargo Takes Hold

Traders have diverted oil cargoes to Asia and the Middle East in the wake of the EU's full embargo of Russian oil products, which went into effect on Feb. 5.

February 6, 2023

Crude Oil , International

Oil Surges After Strong U.S. Jobs Data

The EU's ban on Russian refined products will begin Feb. 5 with Russia saying it will unbalance markets.

February 3, 2023

Crude Oil , Trade , International

Western Sanctions Push Russia's Energy Revenues to Lowest Level Since 2020

The west was previously Russia's largest energy market but has sanctioned its energy exports since the country's invasion of Ukraine.

February 3, 2023

Liquefied Natural Gas , Policy & Regulations , International

Chesapeake CEO, Commonwealth LNG Chair Say Europe Must Prepare for Next Winter

In 2022, Europe raced to fill gas storage with LNG imports; now its focus must turn to next year’s winter, top executives at Commonwealth LNG and Chesapeake Energy said Feb. 1 during a panel discussion at the NAPE summit in Houston.

February 2, 2023