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Iran’s portion in India’s oil, gas, and bitumen market
𝐏𝐫𝐚𝐧𝐚𝐯 𝐊𝐚𝐧𝐭𝐡 is an accomplished Strategist and Marketer with over 23 years of experience in the Oil & Gas sector and has held various leadership roles in 𝗧𝗼𝘁𝗮𝗹, 𝗕𝗣, 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗔𝗽𝗮𝗿. Besides India, Pranav has wide international experience working in Paris and Singapore. His functional expertise includes Strategy, Mergers & Acquisitions, and Marketing. More
Putin Can’t Count on the Global Oil Market
Europe’s ban on Russian oil, combined with the U.S.- generated “cap” on Russian oil prices, marks the end of the global oil market. In its place is a partitioned market whose borders are shaped by not
only economics and logistics but also geopolitical strategy. Western governments have created this new market in an effort to stifle the oil revenue fueling Vladimir Putin’s war machine. Moscow will counterattack, hoping to cause disruption, panic and a break in support for Ukraine. But Russia will have a tougher time
than expected given current market
conditions.
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Gas Producers Shift Operations to Landfills
THROOP, Pa.— The highest
prices in years have made producing natural gas profitable
just about anywhere. But with
companies trimming their
emissions and new tax breaks
for waste-to-energy projects,
some of the most lucrative
places to extract gas are garbage dumps.
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Oil Price Wavers as Russia Cap Kicks In
The West imposed sanctions
on Russian crude, pitching the
energy conflict with Moscow
into an unpredictable new phase
that could inject further volatility into global oil markets
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Venezuela Return Brings Chevron Risk
The U.S. government reversed course in late November and cleared the way for
Chevron Corp. to pump oil in
Venezuela again, but the company’s new license to operate
carries considerable risk.
More
Japan To Bolster Supplies Of LNG
TOKYO—Japan’s government
is planning to create a strategic
buffer of liquefied natural gas,
trying to build resilience against
the kind of energy crunch that
hit Europe this year.
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The West’s proposed price cap on Russian oil is no magic weapon
The global energy system is far more flexible than you think
Nov 30th 2022
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EU Hits Snag on Deal for Russian Oil Cap
Talks stall as nations
can’t agree on a price
ceiling, but diplomats
hope for accord soon
More
Europe should not be complacent on energy security
The continent may avoid the worst this winter but next year looks troubling More
An Energy Education for Democrats
Biden’s climate policies
have raised prices, and
he’s mad as hell about it.
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  • Import curbsthat take effect within weeks could drive up prices or lead toshortages
  • 𝐏𝐫𝐚𝐧𝐚𝐯 𝐊𝐚𝐧𝐭𝐡 is an accomplished Strategist and Marketer with over 23 years of experience in the Oil & Gas sector and has held various leadership roles in 𝗧𝗼𝘁𝗮𝗹, 𝗕𝗣, 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗔𝗽𝗮𝗿. Besides India, Pranav has wide international experience working in Paris and Singapore. His functional expertise includes Strategy, Mergers & Acquisitions, and Marketing.
  • BY SAEED SHAH AND ESMATULLAH KOHSAR
  • Europe’s ban on Russian oil, combined with the U.S.- generated “cap” on Russian oil prices, marks the end of the global oil market. In its place is a partitioned market whose borders are shaped by not only economics and logistics but also geopolitical strategy. Western governments have created this new market in an effort to stifle the oil revenue fueling Vladimir Putin’s war machine. Moscow will counterattack, hoping to cause disruption, panic and a break in support for Ukraine. But Russia will have a tougher time than expected given current market conditions.
  • THROOP, Pa.— The highest prices in years have made producing natural gas profitable just about anywhere. But with companies trimming their emissions and new tax breaks for waste-to-energy projects, some of the most lucrative places to extract gas are garbage dumps.
  • The West imposed sanctions on Russian crude, pitching the energy conflict with Moscow into an unpredictable new phase that could inject further volatility into global oil markets
  • The U.S. government reversed course in late November and cleared the way for Chevron Corp. to pump oil in Venezuela again, but the company’s new license to operate carries considerable risk.
  • TOKYO—Japan’s government is planning to create a strategic buffer of liquefied natural gas, trying to build resilience against the kind of energy crunch that hit Europe this year.
  • Cartel opts against raising production even as price cap on Russian oil threatens disruption
  • The global energy system is far more flexible than you think Nov 30th 2022

 

 


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The section of oil, gas and petro-chemistry is the up-most and first industrial vantage of the country and the pivot of the Economy of Iran. Regarding the importance of this section and the need for coordinating and organizing the most active people in the field of production and exporting oil ,gas, and petrochemical products ,some forethoughtful and job- makers in the private section of the country decided to come together to fight against the threats by using the opportunity of mass intelligence and potentials.