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Steel: Turkey imposes 25% duty on imports above quotas

Steel Tariffs: Russia request compensation from U.S

Russia is demanding compensation from the United States for its decision to impose worldwide tariffs on steel and aluminium, a Russian statement published by the World...

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Egypt, Russia resume direct flights after 2015 terrorist attack

Egypt and Russia on Thursday resumed direct flights more than two-and-a-half years after they were suspended in the wake of a bombing that brought down a Russian...

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Egypt, Russia resume direct flights after 2015 terrorist attack

Egypt and Russia on Thursday resumed direct flights more than two-and-a-half years after they were suspended in the wake of a bombing that brought down a Russian...

Equatorial Guinea's oil, gas sector gets $2.4bn investments

Russia to fully comply with OPEC’s supply cut deal

  Russian Energy Minister, Alexander Novak, said on Tuesday that Russia is planning to fully comply with its commitment to cut oil output under the OPEC/non-OPEC...

Commission okays Norway's $1tr wealth fund oil stocks investments

Oil prices dip over increased U.S. drilling

Crude oil prices fell on Monday as increased drilling in the United States pointed to more output, raising concerns about a return of oversupply. U.S. West Texas...

Non-fundamental factors impacting oil market- Barkindo

Barkindo says Russia won’t flood market with oil

Russia has pledged not to abandon a deal with OPEC to keep a lid on oil supplies, even as crude prices rise, OPEC Secretary General, Mohammed Barkindo said on Monday. A...

South Sudan boosts oil output by 70,000 bpd

Brent oil falls by $1 but demand underpins near $70 per barrel

Brent crude oil shed some of its recent gains by falling just over $1 a barrel on Tuesday but healthy demand underpinned prices near $70, a level not seen since 2014’s...

China urges WTO for sanctions in U.S. trade dispute

Russia rejects €1.4 billion EU sanctions claim in WTO dispute

  Russia said on Monday it would contest efforts by the European Union to impose €1.39 billion ($1.67 billion) in trade sanctions over a World Trade Organization...

Russia posts highest-ever natural gas output in expansion drive

Russia posts highest-ever natural gas output in expansion drive

Russia registered its highest-ever natural gas production last year amid plans to expand into China and boost sales of liquefied natural gas. The nation’s output of...

OPEC warns of crude oil glut in 2019

Supply discipline and demand to prop up oil prices in 2018

OPEC and Russia’s efforts to curb oil output, combined with forecasts for strong global demand growth, are expected to keep crude prices close to $60 a barrel in 2018,...

OPEC slashes 2019 oil demand forecast

OPEC starts working on oil supply cut exit strategy- Sources

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has started working on plans for an exit strategy from its deal to cut supplies with non-member producers,...

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Russia, Egypt still in talks over resumption date for Russian flights – TASS

Russian Deputy Prime Minister, Arkady Dvorkovich, said on Friday that Russia and Egypt were still in talks to decide on the date that Russia would resume regular flights...