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Libyan Rebels Fall Back from Brega After Bombardment
Libya >> 3/13/2011 - Rebels fell back from the Libyan oil town of Brega on Sunday after heavy bombardment by forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi, witnesses told Reuters.
Libyan Troops Push Back Rebels from Oil Town
Libya >> 3/12/2011 - A sustained bombardment by Muammar Gaddafi's planes and tanks beat back rebels from the Libyan oil port of Ras Lanuf, and insurgents warned the uprising could be crushed completely without a no-fly zo...
South Korea Wins Rights to UAE Oil Field Development
United Arab Emirates >> 3/12/2011 - South Korea, Asia’s fourth-largest buyer of crude, signed its first oil-field contract with the United Arab Emirates, helping to assure future supplies for a nation dependent on imports for most of it...
Arabian Gulf Oil Co to Fund Rebels Via Crude Sales
Libya >> 3/11/2011 - Libya's second-largest state-owned oil company is contacting buyers and setting up a trading department to sell crude oil from fields controlled by rebels to raise funds for the opposition, the Financ...
Libyan Oil Industry Seen on its Knees for Months
Libya >> 3/11/2011 - No matter who eventually wins the lethal battles raging in Libya, the oil market will likely be starved of hundreds of millions of barrels for a long time, reshaping oil flows from west to east. ...
Oil Caps Its First Weekly Decline as Japan Quake
Saudi Arabia >> 3/11/2011 - Crude oil fell in New York, capping the first weekly drop in a month, after Japan’s strongest earthquake on record shut refineries and dissidents in Saudi Arabia failed to stage planned protests. ...
Libya's Al Jurf Offshore Oil Field Stopped
Libya >> 3/11/2011 - Libya's Al Jurf offshore oil field has stopped producing amid turmoil in the country, Total Chief Executive Christophe de Margerie said on Friday. ...
Eni Hikes Output Target But Warns on Libya
Libya >> 3/10/2011 - Italian group Eni SpA has raised its oil and natural gas production growth forecast for the next four years but warned that growth depended on stoppages in Libya being short-lived. ...
Gaddafi's Son Took Oil from Libyan Field
Libya >> 3/10/2011 - The United States believed in 2009 that Muammar Gaddafi's son Saif al-Islam was taking part of the output of an oil field run by France's Total, according to a diplomatic cable seen by the Norwegian n...
Large Blast Near the Ras Lanuf Refinery
Libya >> 3/10/2011 - A huge explosion occurred near an oil facility outside the Libyan rebel-held town of Ras Lanuf, Libya’s Ras Lanuf refinery was shut amid fighting between government forces and rebels, While the facili...
Algerian Oil Workers Demand Pay Raise
Algeria >> 3/9/2011 - The chief executive of Algerian state energy firm Sonatrach flew to oil and gas fields in the Sahara desert after workers there demanded a pay rise, Sonatrach employees told Reuters on Wednesday.
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Ghorab the New Minister of Petroleum in Egypt
Egypt >> 3/7/2011 - Eng. Abdallah Ghorab, the Chairman of the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) accepted the nomination to serve as Egypt Petroleum Minister and to replace Mahmoud Latif who was appointed as a...
Thousands Flee Sudan's Abyei Flashpoint
Sudan >> 3/4/2011 - Tens of thousands of people have fled Sudan's contested Abyei border town, leaving large parts of it empty, aid workers said, after a surge in fighting left dozens dead. ...
Gaddafi Bombs Oil Areas
Libya >> 3/3/2011 - Muammar Gaddafi struck at rebel control of a key Libyan coastal road for a second day on Thursday but received a warning he would be held to account at The Hague for suspected crimes by his security f...
Saudi Raises Oil Output As Libyan Exports Disrupted
Saudi Arabia >> 2/25/2011 - Top exporter Saudi Arabia has raised oil output above 9 million barrels per day (bpd) to make up for a near halt in Libyan exports, an industry source said, helping prices fall further from the highes...
Agreement for Iraq's Akkas Gas Field Delayed
Iraq >> 2/24/2011 - An Iraqi Oil Ministry spokesman says an agreement to develop the first natural gas field in western Iraq has been delayed because of disagreements about what the local government gets from the deal. ...
OMV Says Output Halted at Libyan Field Shateira
Libya >> 2/24/2011 - Austrian energy group OMV (OMVV.VI) has halted output at its Shateira field in Libya, a company spokesman. ...
Anadarko Shuts Ivory Coast Operations
Ivory Coast (Cote D'Ivoire) >> 2/23/2011 - Anadarko Petroleum Corp shut its Ivory Coast operations in February because of political unrest in that country, the U.S. oil and gas company said in a filing with regulators. ...
Tullow Director Says Uganda Approval is Close
Uganda >> 2/22/2011 - Tullow Oil is close to signing an agreement with Uganda now that the country's elections have taken place, one of the firm's directors said, paving the way for a $10 billion oil project to begin. ...
Private Managers to Run Sudapet Company
Sudan >> 2/21/2011 - Sudan has appointed private sector businessmen to help manage its state oil firm Sudapet, which owns stakes in all of Sudan's oil blocks, to improve the company's efficiency and widen its scope, the o...

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