Iran and Azerbaijan to complete oil agreement by next month

14/03/2018 11:48 Oil Market


Iranian oil minister, who met in Tehran Shahin Mustafayev, Azerbaijani Minister of Economy and Industry, affirmed that the oil negotiations held between Iran and Azerbaijan are positive and expressed the hope to finalize the talks successfully.

Bijan Namdar Zanganeh, the Iranian official, declared: “The Presidents of the two countries of Iran and Azerbaijan are significantly contributing to the bilateral relations of the two countries.”

Also, he iterated that the National Iranian Oil Company had good relations with the State Oil Company of the Azerbaijan Republic (SOCAR) and stated the intention to continue expanding these ties in the oil and gas sector.

Azerbaijani Minister of Economy and Industry Shahin Mostafiev for his part appreciated the role of the presidents of the two states and revealed that the relations between Iran and Azerbaijan are developing with the will of the presidents of the two nations.

UK ETS auctions to begin on 19 May

01/03/2021 08:27:00

The first auction of UK ETS allowances (UKAs) will be held on the platform on 19 May, and will continue to take place on alternate Wednesdays from here until the final sale of the year on 15 December.


Daily (26.02.2021): Brent crude rally take a breather, while U.S. WTI crude ends at its highest since May 2019

26/02/2021 09:49:00

Crude oil prices diverged on Thursday, with Brent crude steadying after a period of optimism amid concerns over OPEC+’s willingness to continue output cuts grow. In contrast, U.S. WTI crude gained ground, spurred by optimism of quickly depleting global oil inventories. Hence, Brent crude lost 0.2% to settle at $66.88 a barrel. Meanwhile, U.S. WTI crude rose by 0.5% to 63.53 a barrel, marking its highest finish since May 2019.


Portugal sees green hydrogen output by end-2022, $12 billion in investment lined up

26/02/2021 08:59:00

Portugal will start producing green hydrogen by the end of 2022 and already has private investment worth around 10 billion euros ($12 billion) lined up for eight projects that are expected to move forward, Environment Minister Joao Matos Fernandes said.