Sudan's total oil revenues hit $582M in January; Gazprom neither confirms nor denies its gas cuts to Ukraine; Iranian, Iraqi officials discuss power line construction
Russia's natural gas monopoly Gazprom could reduce supplies to Ukraine by 25 percent this month, a spokesman said.
Iran awards drilling rig contract to local firm; Russia to use project to pay off debt to Macedonia; Gazprom could cut off gas supplies to Ukraine
If it’s the end of the year, it must be a gas dispute between Gazprom and Ukraine.
Gazprom said Wednesday it was ready for talks with Europe on the gas monopolist’s role as a stable energy supplier.
Shell sells Norwegian Sea stake
European leaders are worried that Moscow's agreement to ship natural gas to China could mean another mid-winter cutoff in their heating supplies.
Russia's giant Gazprom gas corporation has won European financing for a cross-Baltic pipeline, the Moscow Times said Friday.