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Russia, Iran, and 3 others agree Caspian status, but not borders

Russia, Iran, and 3 others agree Caspian status, but not borders

Iran and four ex-Soviet nations, including Russia, agreed in principle on Sunday how to divide up the potentially huge oil and gas resources of the Caspian Sea, paving way for more energy exploration ...

BP launches $28bn Azerbaijan gas pipeline

BP launches $28bn Azerbaijan gas pipeline

British petroleum giant BP has started operating a $28-billion pipeline in Azerbaijan to supply gas to Turkey and elsewhere in Europe, the company said Monday.

Qatar achieves goal of water for sustainable development

Qatar achieves goal of water for sustainable development

Qatar has achieved the sixth goal of sustainable development by ensuring the availability of water and sanitation services for all in the country, HE the Minister of Energy and Industry Dr Mohamed bin Saleh al-Sada said ...

Nepal PM to seek investment on first official China trip

Nepal PM to seek investment on first official China trip

Oli praised China's economic support for Nepal, one of the region's poorest countries and sandwiched between the two Asian giants.

Iran, Venezuela supply gap to dominate OPEC meet: IEA

Iran, Venezuela supply gap to dominate OPEC meet: IEA

An oil production shortfall in Iran and Venezuela may force OPEC and Russia to decide later this month to open their taps, the International Energy Agency said Wednesday.

Qatar possesses 'competitive edge' in LNG market: Al-Sada

Qatar possesses 'competitive edge' in LNG market: Al-Sada

It was but natural for Qatar to further monetise its huge gas resources and contribute towards global energy security, Dr Mohamed bin Saleh al-Sada said.

Amir chairs meeting of economic affairs council

Amir chairs meeting of economic affairs council

The Council discussed the topics on the agenda, took appropriate decisions, and reviewed the latest developments of the strategy of the Free Zones Authority.

Azerbaijan inaugurates $40 bn European gas pipeline

Azerbaijan inaugurates $40 bn European gas pipeline

Azerbaijan inaugurated on Tuesday part of an ambitious $40-billion pipeline complex that will create the first direct route to transport gas from one of the world's largest fields to Europe bypassing Russia.

US natural gas poised for global rise

US natural gas poised for global rise

The United States produces natural gas in abundance and is poised to become the world's third-largest exporter by 2020, a production ramp-up supported by President Donald Trump.

Doha among 4 cities chosen to study sustainable global model

Doha among 4 cities chosen to study sustainable global model

SUNEX will monitor the mentioned global model through a control and sensing network to test the ability and efficiency of its components to improve water and energy sources for local food production.

World's first floating nuclear barge to power Russia's Arctic oil drive

World's first floating nuclear barge to power Russia's Arctic oil drive

To meet its growing electricity needs in its drive to develop oil resources in remote Arctic regions, Russia has built a floating nuclear power station, a project that detractors deride as a ‘Chernobyl on ice’.

Europe reassures Iran of commitment to nuclear deal

Europe reassures Iran of commitment to nuclear deal

The European Commissioner for Energy and Climate, Miguel Arias Canete, delivered the message during a visit to Tehran and also said the 28-nation EU, once the biggest importer of Iranian oil, hoped to boost trade with Iran.