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  • The winner of the Energy Institutes (EI) 2006 Energy Manager of the Year award was Ashley Baxter from Nottingham City Council, while the winner of the Renewable Innovation award was Mark McGuigan from Omagh College. Presented at the Gala Dinner of the National Energy Management Conference and Exhib...

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  • The European Commission has approved Croatian government plans to fund the construction and operation of a floating LNG terminal at Krk island, in the northern Adriatic Sea, reports Keith Nuthall. The European Union (EU) executive said a direct 100mn subsidy from the Croatian government complied wi...

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  • The Chinese oil sector is facing potential increases in prices when exporting waste fuel oils, waste fuel and waste kerosene to the US from 1 September 2019, after US President Donald Trump announced that more tariffs of 10% will be imposed on Chinese exports from that date. The additional dutie...

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  • The Energy Institute (EI) held the first meeting of its newly formed GTC (General Terms and Conditions) Hydrocarbon Trading Committee on 5 October. The Committee will help develop and maintain voluntary standard GTCs for hydrocarbon physical trades on behalf of the wider trading community.The EI is ...

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  • The UK energy industry is going through a period of unprecedented change with many jobs likely to be created over the coming years. This is buoyed by government investment in a variety of projects, from the new generation of cleaner nuclear power plants to renewable energy emissions targets as set o...

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  • Russia has a number of gas projects planned, under development and due onstream over the next few years. A new tax regime has led to improved economics, and foreign investors are on the lookout for opportunities in the countrys remote regions. Joanna Bogdal, Research Associate, Russia Upstream Oil ...

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  • Tabulated data are presented covering some 42 average US well costs, listing 1994 and 1995 cost/ft, and average depth, and the percentage change for 1994/1995. Both onshore/offshore wells are included.

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  • The US Office of Foreign Assets (OFAC) has issued a waiver that will allow BP to proceed with the £300mn sale of a number of its North Sea gas fields to Serica Energy.The divestment had been under threat from US financial sanctions on Iran because Irans state-owned oil producer IOC also owns a stak...

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  • Ashurst is advising Tullow Oil on a substantial farm-down of its assets in Uganda to Total E&P Uganda. Under the terms of the agreement, Total will acquire 21.57% in the Lake Albert development project in Uganda, with Tullow retaining a 11.76% interest in the upstream project and pipeline, which...

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  • EU antitrust regulators have told Bulgaria that it should sell its state-owned gas network operator Bulgartransgaz or face fines of up to 300mn, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borisov told reporters in Brussels recently. Borisov said such a sanction would be unacceptable to Bulgaria. Last year the ...

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