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It's too early to discuss when operations will resume at the giant Caspian Sea oil field Kashagan, the head of Kazakhstan's state energy company said Tuesday. Sayat Mynbayev, chairman of national energy company KazMunaiGas, said production could
But the construction left a barren swath through 7.6 miles in Bergen and Passaic counties and nearly 11 miles in Sussex County, prompting worries about possible erosion and road collapses from snowmelt and spring rains. "I'm concerned about the
Geraldine Amiel in Paris and Selina Williams in Astana, Kazakhstan Updated Jan. 17, 2014 1:04 p.m. ET Operators of Kazakhstan's huge Kashagan oil field are considering a temporary solution to resume output, halted indefinitely since mid-October after
Pakistan needs to live up to its end of the bargain for a cross-border natural gas pipeline planned from Iran, Iranian Deputy Oil Minister Ali Majedi said. Majedi was quoted by Iran's semiofficial Fars News Agency as saying the Iranian government
The construction of the pipelines is also a means by which Myanmar can transform from a closed state to a more open one. Chinese companies are helping the people of Myanmar to enjoy the benefits the pipeline brings to local areas.
Farmers in Magwe division in north-western Burma say they have still not been compensated for the mass destruction of crops caused by the construction of the controversial China-backed Shwe Gas pipeline. Twenty-six farmers in Saku township's
Max Petroleum, a company focused on Kazakhstan, said it started drilling new wells at its Sagiz West and Uytas fields in the country...It said an appraisal well in the field, the seventh for the southern portion of Sagiz West, is under way.
While Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has announced in New York that his government will proceed with the Pak-Iran gas pipeline despite US pressure, the fact remains that Islamabad is set to miss the deadline for the 250km portion which must be
A Shell logo is seen at a petrol station in London January 31, 2013. An 8.3 billion pound ($13 billion) project to build a refinery and petrochemical plant in eastern China involving Royal Dutch Shell has been shelved after losing political support,
A Chinese firm which offered financing of $500m for Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline has pulled out of the project after Pakistan government expressed its unwillingness to extend the bid validity period. After the Chinese firm's exit from the project,