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UK looking at long-term energy contracts with other countries – PM Truss

06/10/2022

British Prime Minister Liz Truss said on Tuesday the government was looking at long term energy contracts with other countries

Gazprom lowers pressure in undamaged part of Nord Stream 2 pipe, Denmark says

06/10/2022

Nord Stream 2 AG has informed the Danish Energy Agency that Gazprom Transgaz is currently lowering the pressure in the

Europe could struggle to refill gas storages after the winter, IEA’s Birol says

05/10/2022

Europe’s gas storages could have around 25-30% volume left at the end of the upcoming winter season but could face

Exxon signals strong Q3 earnings on natural gas pricing

05/10/2022

Exxon Mobil Corp on Tuesday signaled strong third quarter operating profits on the heels of the prior quarter’s all-time high

U.S. shale producers to stay on sidelines if OPEC+ slashes output

05/10/2022

A big oil production cut by OPEC+ members will not spur new U.S. oil and gas production, energy executives told

EU presses ahead with work on energy market, LNG benchmark

05/10/2022

European Union finance ministers said on Tuesday they have backed “targeted changes” to how markets operate to ease the strain

U.S. gas at $4-$5 is a thing of the past, says Tellurian chairman

05/10/2022

The chairman of liquefied natural gas (LNG) company Tellurian (NYSE:TELL) Inc, Charif Souki, on Tuesday said that cheap U.S. gas

U.S. Treasury seeks phased G7 oil sanctions as EU ban looms

05/10/2022

G7 sanctions on Russia will target its oil and products in three phases, senior U.S. treasury official Ben Harris said

Europe may avoid gas disaster this winter, next could be worse -Trafigura exec

05/10/2022

Europe may avoid a gas disaster this winter, thanks to signs of demand reduction and solid inventories, but next winter

The Commodities Feed: Decision time for OPEC+

05/10/2022

Energy – OPEC+ cut expectations getting larger
OPEC+ meet later today to discuss their output policy for November. It is

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