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US Voices Skepticism on EastMed Gas Pipeline

The US on Friday voiced misgivings over the Eastern Mediterranean (EastMed) Pipeline, a planned gas pipeline that would ferry Israeli fuel from the eastern Mediterranean to Greece. A State Department spokesperson who commented on the matter on condition of anonymity told Anadolu Agency that the Biden administration is looking “critically …

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Oil Slightly up over Larger-than-Expected Inventory Fall

Oil prices slightly increased on Thursday as US crude stocks fell more-than-expected, declining five weeks in a row, however the omicron variant continues to cause negative market sentiments in the coming year. International benchmark Brent crude was trading at $79.24 per barrel at 0635GMT for a 0.03% increase after closing …

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Turkey’s Oil Imports up 22.3% in October

Turkey’s total oil imports increased by 22.3% on an annual basis to 4.20 million tons in October, according to data released by the country’s energy watchdog on Thursday. Crude oil imports, the category with the highest oil import volume, rose by 24.2% in October to 2.89 million tons, the Energy …

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Oil Prices up from Market Relief over New Variant Worries

Oil prices increased on Thursday on investor relief following news that the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine booster is capable of neutralizing the omicron variant. International benchmark Brent crude was trading at $76.32 per barrel at 0624 GMT for an 0.65% increase after closing the previous session at $75.82 a barrel. American benchmark …

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Oil up, Awaiting Strategic Oil Reserve Release Impacts

Global oil prices continued their rise on Thursday with the coordinated release of oil from strategic reserves, which is being closely watched by investors who want to determine how prices will be affected. International benchmark Brent crude was trading at $82.42 per barrel at 0600 GMT for a 0.20% increase …

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Europe’s Dependence on One Energy Source is Major Problem

Europe’s large dependence on one single natural gas supplier has contributed to the current energy crisis, according to the head of the LNG department at Swiss-based energy company Axpo. Axpo head Antonio Canseco, in his speech during Europe’s largest and most influential meeting place for the global gas industry, the …

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