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Reuters: Statoil to hold back U.S. shale ramp up

Norwegian energy firm Statoil will only slightly raise its U.S. shale oil and gas output in the near term due to spending curbs, well below a potential for a 50 percent surge, the firm said on Monday. Statoil, which produces around a tenth of its oil and gas from its U.S. shale operations in the Bakken...

World Bulletin: Turkish firms show interest in Cyprus gas

Greek Cypriot leader Nicos Anastasiades has said that Turkish energy companies have expressed interest in natural gas reserves located in the Eastern Mediterranean. Speaking to the Greek language daily Alithia, Anastasiades said that natural gas has proved to be the most important incentive to Turkey...

The Baltic Course: US senator supports shale gas import by Lithuania

Possible shale gas import by Lithuania through the Liquefied Natural Gas terminal which is currently under construction was discussed at the meeting between President Dalia Grybauskaite and the US Congress delegation, reports LETA/ELTA. Chief Advisor to the President on Foreign Policy, Jovita Neliupsiene...

Zawya: Europeans seeking Iranian gas

Also, Greece had indirectly called for Iran's gas exports since the European country's officials believed that Iran could transfer its gas to Greece through Turkey and then to other countries across the Europe. Other countries, which entered into direct gas talks with Iran, include Germany (a member...

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