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Libya's National Oil Corporation declared force majeure on exports from all five ports in the country's central and eastern regions on Jan. 18, as well as the two oil fields of El Feel and El Sharara on Jan. 20, Reuters reported.
The U.S. Treasury Department has renewed waivers to allow some oil companies, including Chevron, to continue working with Venezuela's state-owned oil company Petroleos de Venezuela on certain projects until April 22, S&P Global reported Jan. 18.
The Indian government is reportedly considering a proposal to offer incentives, including subsidized loans, to suppliers of Amazon and Samsung to establish factories in the country so as to support New Delhi's "Make in India" campaign, Bloomberg reported Jan. 15.
The U.S. Treasury Department's currency manipulation report released Jan. 13 kept Singapore, Vietnam and Malaysia on its monitoring list. Thailand, meanwhile, wasn't included on the list, although the report said Bangkok was close to triggering key thresholds for being added.
Recent U.S. actions against Iran are allowing Israel to ease off its own threats. But it's only a matter of time until a less hawkish U.S. strategy reinstates Israel’s place as the most likely actor to strike Tehran and potentially spur a regional conflict.
A recent breakdown in talks between the Nigerian government and the Pan Niger Delta Forum (PANDEF) could threaten energy production in the oil-rich Niger Delta region, according to former militants from the Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) and other groups, Vanguard reported Jan. 11.
By sending Turkish troops to defend Libya's U.N.-backed government, President Erdogan hopes to force a cease-fire that will protect his country's oil and gas interests in the Mediterranean and burnish his regional reputation.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has doubled down on his decision to not hold oil auctions this year, adding that just 10,000 barrels per day of the country's oil production came from international oil companies, Reuters reported Jan. 8.
Thailand's central bank announced measures on Jan. 8 to weaken its national currency, the baht, as its strong performance continues to take a toll on the country's exports, the Financial Times reported.