Map. History of Energy conflict

19 February 2020
Iranian oil minister: US sanctions on banks and energy should be abolished completely to start negotiations
2 month ago
Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdul Aziz bin Salman says he feels good about the OPEC meeting
2 month ago
Cyprus asks the International Court of Justice to protect its maritime rights from Turkish attacks
2 month ago
Turkish parliament to vote on the maritime delimitation deal signed with Libya today. After the vote, work will begin in the Eastern Mediterranean
Venezuela Without Light From about 3:00 AM regions such as: Zulia, Barinas, Nueva Esparta, Miranda, Bolívar, Falcón, Mérida, Táchira Carabobo and Caracas, were affected by a new blackout. The video corresponds to Maracaibo
Turkish Air Force 737-7ES Peace Eagle 06-003 TURAF29 orbiting South of Cyprus
"Today's action further targets the former Maduro government's corruption in the oil sector and the mechanisms used to transport oil to the Cuban government in return for security and intelligence assistance," says @USTreasury statement
US Department of @USTreasury places sanctions on crude oil and refined product tankers in relations to Venezuela's exports.
Ukraine and Russia signed extended agreement on crude oil transit via Ukraine for the next 10 years
Pictures of explosion of a gas transmission line in the Tina area between Janzour and Zawiya west and Rashfana2 month ago
Pictures of explosion of a gas transmission line in the Tina area between Janzour and Zawiya west and Rashfana
.@realDonaldTrump says US secured the oil in Syria, and continues to fight ISIS remnants who continue to pop-up.2 month ago
[email protected] says US "secured the oil" in Syria, and continues to fight ISIS remnants who "continue to pop-up."
2 month ago
Novak: too early to comment on Iraq proposal for deeper cuts, Russia aims to comply with Opec+ target in December, Russia will propose Opec+ account for condensate output
Here's another look at this morning's aerial footage of the TPC plant today, 6 days after the initial explosion.
Here's another look at this morning's aerial footage of the TPC plant today, 6 days after the initial explosion.
Basra demonstrators block the road leading to oil depots
USA: A massive blast (27 November 2019) in the TPC Group chemical plant in the city of PortNeches, Texas, caused heavy damages and destruction.
Putin and Xi Jinping launched the Power of Siberia natural gas pipeline from Russia to China2 month ago
Putin and Xi Jinping launched the "Power of Siberia" natural gas pipeline from Russia to China
Lebanon's caretaker Energy Minister Nada Boustani delays a fuel tender by one week to allow for more competition
2 month ago
Opec: we won't see a deeper cut unless full compliance of the current deal is met first
In Iraq: Protesters close the FAO oil depot in Fao district, south of Basra
Oil extends sharp drop, down more than 4% for the day
Firefighters are letting it burn out. Mandatory evacuations had been in effect. There is still no word on the cause of the explosions.
Aragua: This is how the Palo Negro electrical substation, Libertador municipality, exploded, at approximately 5am
2 month ago
The Port Neches Police Chief just told us the fire has died down pretty significantly
2 month ago
Uzbekistan to ration electricity over "emergency" accidents that may lead to disruption of power supply in the country
2 month ago
Meeting between Russian and Ukrainian officials took place in Vienna on natural gas affairs
Angel San Juan just took this video Thursday of the smoke coming from the TPC plant in Port Neches, the site of Wednesday's explosions and fire
2 month ago
Gazprom sent Naftogaz an official letter stating that on January 1 at 10:00 Moscow time (9:00 Kyiv time) there would be no reason to supply gas to Ukraine unless states sign a new transit agreement
60,000 people forced to evacuate after explosions at Texas chemical plant
Crews telling people to evacuate from Port Neches. Groves, Nederland and northern Port Arthur are part of the evacuation order
Fire continues burning at the TPC plant in Port Neches
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