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EU confirms schedule for trilateral gas talks

EU confirms schedule for trilateral gas talks

The European Commission confirmed a trilateral meeting with Russian and Ukrainian energy ministers was scheduled for Friday in Berlin.
Daniel J. Graeber
Arctic oil bound for Europe, Gazprom Neft says

Arctic oil bound for Europe, Gazprom Neft says

Russian oil company Gazprom Neft said Monday the second tanker of oil taken from an arctic field was delivered to European customers.
Daniel J. Graeber
Iraq relying on oil wealth from Basra

Iraq relying on oil wealth from Basra

Iraq is relying on Basra, the economic capital, to put the country on the road to recovery on the back of oil wealth, the oil minister said.
Daniel J. Graeber
Report: MENA unprepared for climate change

Report: MENA unprepared for climate change

Countries in the Middle East and North Africa have done little as a whole to address the threats from climate change, the American Security Project said Monday.
Daniel J. Graeber
Scotland was tricked, 'yes' backers say

Scotland was tricked, 'yes' backers say

The Scottish National Party said it's already frustrated that pledges behind a no vote for independence have been broken.
Daniel J. Graeber
Greenpeace puts more pressure on LEGO

Greenpeace puts more pressure on LEGO

Environmental advocacy group Greenpeace said toy company LEGO runs the risk of spoiling its reputation with its tacit ties to Shell's arctic drilling campaign.
Daniel J. Graeber
Ground broken on Azeri gas pipeline for Europe

Ground broken on Azeri gas pipeline for Europe

British energy company BP said it started a new chapter in its relationship with Azerbaijan by holding a groundbreaking for a new gas pipeline for Europe.
Daniel J. Graeber
Slovakia sees Russian gas volumes drop

Slovakia sees Russian gas volumes drop

An energy company in Slovakia said it recorded a drop in the amount of Russian natural gas headed its way through the Soviet-era transit network in Ukraine.
Daniel J. Graeber
Iran could retool pipeline for Pakistan

Iran could retool pipeline for Pakistan

Outgoing Iranian Deputy Oil Minister Ali Majedi said his country might be able to find another use for a gas pipeline extending toward the Pakistani border.
Daniel J. Graeber
Statoil infrastructure brings new barrels

Statoil infrastructure brings new barrels

Norwegian energy company Statoil said Monday it upgraded the platform at the Kvitebjorn field in the North Sea to extend its life by eight years.
Daniel J. Graeber
GM recalls 221,000 Cadillacs and Impalas

GM recalls 221,000 Cadillacs and Impalas

General Motors recalls 221,000 vehicles for parking brake problem for a record-setting 67th recall this year.
Danielle Haynes
Ukraine's State Guard Service receives armored personnel carriers

Ukraine's State Guard Service receives armored personnel carriers

Ukraine's armed forces have received 10 repaired and upgraded Soviet-era BTR-70 armored personnel carriers from a state-owned defense company.
Richard Tomkins
Navy's Triton surveillance drone flies cross-country

Navy's Triton surveillance drone flies cross-country

The U.S. Navy's MQ-4C Triton unmanned aerial vehicle, designed for long-endurance maritime surveillance missions, has flown from California to Maryland.
Richard Tomkins
New GenDyn mission computers for Navy F/A-18s

New GenDyn mission computers for Navy F/A-18s

Advanced mission computers are being produced by General Dynamics for F/A-18 and E/A18G aircraft of the U.S. Navy and Australia under $16.2 million award.
Richard Tomkins
China fines GlaxoSmithKline $487 million for bribery

China fines GlaxoSmithKline $487 million for bribery

The British pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline was fined $487 million Friday after a bribery conviction in China.
Ed Adamczyk
Lockheed to update, maintain battle management system

Lockheed to update, maintain battle management system

Lockheed Martin has been contracted to maintain the U.S. Marine Corps' Virtualized Theater Battle Management Core Systems under $18 million award.
Richard Tomkins
Additional sub-components being made for Ballistic Missile Defense radar

Additional sub-components being made for Ballistic Missile Defense radar

Backup sub-components for radar used in U.S. Ballistic Missile Defense are being built by Raytheon to ensure continuous operations during depot-level upgrades.
Richard Tomkins
Army deploying JLENS radar system to help protect Washington, D.C.

Army deploying JLENS radar system to help protect Washington, D.C.

Raytheon reports its JLENS radar system, which uses aerostats, is to be deployed this year to help protect Washington, D.C., from cruise missile threats.
Richard Tomkins

Sustainment services company VSE consolidating two business groups

VSE Corporation, A Virginia-headquartered sustainment services company serving the federal government, is consolidating two business units for cost efficiency.
Richard Tomkins
House wants more energy in era of record production

House wants more energy in era of record production

A bill that passed through the U.S. House of Representatives will bring relief to consumers feeling the "squeeze" of high gasoline prices, backers say.
Daniel J. Graeber
EIA: Russia diversifying energy production

EIA: Russia diversifying energy production

Russia is looking to develop energy in hard-to-reach areas as legacy production falls from its peak, the U.S. Energy Information Administration found.
Daniel J. Graeber
No means yes for Scotland, energy companies say

No means yes for Scotland, energy companies say

After a "no" vote, British energy company BP said Friday it would work closely with the governments in Edinburgh and London to boost North Sea recovery.
Daniel J. Graeber
Gazprom: Europe our top priority

Gazprom: Europe our top priority

Though China is becoming an important business partner, the European market is the prime destination for Russian gas, the CEO of Gazprom said Friday.
Daniel J. Graeber
Exxon grabs more Permian shale

Exxon grabs more Permian shale

Exxon Mobil said it added to its portfolio in the Permian shale basin in Texas in exchange for a portion of its field operations in California.
Daniel J. Graeber
Russian bank boss feeling sanctions pain

Russian bank boss feeling sanctions pain

It will be "very hard" to maintain economic growth in Russia amid sanctions pressure on its energy sector, the head of Russia's largest bank said Friday.
Daniel J. Graeber
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