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Daily (10.09.2018): Carbon contracts posted a 10% weekly gain on Friday

Friday saw a steady evolution in oil prices, with U.S. crude dropping on weak global equity markets, while Brent saw an upward trend due to geopolitical factors, including violent protests in the southern Iraqi city of Basra. Brent crude price rose by 0.4% to close at $76.83 a barrel, resulting in a 0.8% decrease for the week. In spite of the fact that Iraqi protesters entered a 400,000 barrel per day oilfield facility operated by Lukoil and held two staff members hostage, WTI crude insignificantly slipped to trade at $67.75 a barrel.

read more... 10/09/2018

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Gazprom begins start-up operations at 3rd gas production facility of Bovanenkovskoye field

Gazprom continues to implement the extensive Eastern Gas Program and to build facilities associated with supplying gas to domestic consumers and to China.

read more... 07/09/2018

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Equinor gets NPD approval to begin production at Aasta Hansteen gas field

Equinor and its partners have secured approval from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) for the start-up of the production facility at the Aasta Hansteen gas field.

read more... 04/09/2018

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Germany’s Wintershall to invest €2bn on Norwegian Continental Shelf fields

German crude oil and natural gas producer Wintershall revealed its intentions to invest about €2bn in exploration and development activities on its offshore Norwegian fields from 2017 to 2020.

read more... 29/08/2018

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Equinor explores floating wind turbines to power North Sea oilfields

Norway’s Equinor is considering whether to build an offshore wind farm with floating turbines to provide electricity for its Gullfaks and Snorre oilfields in the North Sea, the company said on Tuesday.

read more... 28/08/2018

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