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12 Nov 2018
MOSCOW/LONDON The commercial start-up of Turkey's new $6.3 billion oil refinery has been delayed until early next year and the plant is not expected to reach full capacity until mid-2019, three sources familiar with the matter said, as tests revealed minor faults.
* Refinery commissioning originally due to complete end-October
MOSCOW, Nov 12 Russian state bank VTB on Monday challenged media to a legally-binding bet of 1 billion roubles ($14.79 million) over what it said were incorrect reports it provided a loan to finance the sale of a stake in Rosneft to Qatar's sovereign wealth fund.
BAGHDAD/ABU DHABI Iraq's oilfields in the disputed Kirkuk region have taken on new significance after the United States restored oil sanctions against neighboring Iran. Washington is pressuring Baghdad to resume exports that stopped last year.
BAGHDAD/ABU DHABI, Nov 11 Iraq's oilfields in the disputed Kirkuk region have taken on new significance after the United States restored oil sanctions against neighbouring Iran. Washington is pressuring Baghdad to resume exports that stopped last year.
MOSCOW The head of Russian oil giant Rosneft, Igor Sechin, and Saudi Aramco Chief Executive Amin Nasser held talks in Moscow on Friday on areas for cooperation, Rosneft said.
MOSCOW/LONDON It was billed as the deal that proved Russia remained open for business.
MOSCOW Russia's largest oil firm, Rosneft, snubbed a meeting chaired by Energy Minister Alexander Novak on Thursday aimed at consulting domestic energy companies as leading global producers signal a possible cut in crude output.
MOSCOW Rosneft wants its Western oil buyers to accept new terms and pay penalties from 2019 if they fail to pay for supplies in the event that new U.S. sanctions on the Russian energy major disrupt its oil sales, according to trading sources and Rosneft's draft contracts. | Video
Nov 6 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Tuesday: