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Anadarko Petroleum has made a final investment decision to continue with its Mozambique LNG project in the waters off the country's Capo Delgado province, the U.S.-based company said in a June 18 statement.
Unidentified assailants attacked a compound in Basra province that houses workers for major petroleum companies like ExxonMobil, Shell and Eni with a Katyusha rocket, injuring three Iraqis, Bloomberg reported June 19.
Ethiopia will break Ethio Telecom into two businesses as it prepares to open the state-owned enterprise to foreign investment and partial privatization, Reuters reported June 17, citing a report by state broadcaster Fana, later confirmed by Finance Minister Eyob Tekalign Tolina.
The Jamaican government has rejected a request from the Venezuelan opposition government to halt Jamaica's takeover of a stake in a Jamaican-based refinery currently controlled by Venezuelan state-owned energy company Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA), Argus Media reported June 18.
Beijing has proven time and again that it will recruit anyone with access to the information it wants, regardless of ethnicity, location or motivation. Companies that assume otherwise do so at their own peril.
Iran has invested for decades in capabilities to better strike U.S. assets, critical energy infrastructure around the Persian Gulf and other key strategic targets in the region. But how long would they last in military confrontation with the United States?
The board of directors of state-run energy company Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA) appointed by opposition leader Juan Guaido, Venezuela's internationally backed interim president, asked the government of Jamaica not to seize PDVSA's 49 percent stake in an oil refinery in Jamaica, Reuters reported June 15.
Vladimir Dzhabarov, the deputy chairman of the Russian upper house's foreign affairs committee, said Moscow will deploy additional military assets to its Western border in response to the recent announcement of additional U.S. troop deployments to Poland, Sputnik reported June 17.
With candidates expressing sharp differences about relations with China, the outcome of January's presidential and legislative elections will affect Taipei's ties with Beijing and the U.S. for years to come.