Under the 2015 deal, sanctions punishing Iran for its nuclear program were waived in exchange for Iran's commitment to roll back the program. But continuing the sanctions relief requires the renewal of a six-month waiver. The most recent waiver, issued by former Secretary of State John Kerry in December, was set to expire this week.
The issues concerning the safety of construction of the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline were mulled at a meeting of the joint Turkmenistan-Afghanistan commission in Kabul, the Turkmen Foreign Ministry said in a message.
Azeri.Today's blitz interview with Joy Barnes, US economist, expert in energy field.
“What goes around, comes around” - a recent meeting in Tehran between two of the founders of the Iran Oil Bourse project perhaps opens the way to a new energy market beginning.
Poland and a handful of other coal-dependent countries opposed the plans, which further limit nitrogen oxide, sulphur dioxide, particulates and other emissions.
Iran and China are expected to finalize an agreement for redesigning the Arak heavy water reactor.
A number of documents were signed today in Moscow with the purpose of advancing Russian-Uzbek cooperation in the gas sector. The signing ceremony took place in the presence of Vladimir Putin, President of the Russian Federation, and Shavkat Mirziyoev, President of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
The overseas arm of India’s biggest oil and gas explorer intends to spend more than $3 billion on Iran’s Farzad-B natural gas block.
The Energy Community says that the unbundling of transmission and distribution system operators is the biggest obstacle to Ukraine's gas sector reform, according to a comprehensive assessment of Ukraine's progress with respect to the Gas Sector Reform Implementation Plan.
Central Asia-China Gas Pipeline ExpansionThe ill-fated fourth strand of the Central Asia-China gas pipeline has again been put on hold amid apparent sagging demand for the fuel from Beijing, Russian media outlets have reported.