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Algeria's Sonatrach, Turkey's BOTAS renew gas deal

Algeria's national hydrocarbon company Sonatrach and Turkish Petroleum Pipeline Corporation (BOTAS) extended a natural gas supply agreement for another five years to supply gas to Turkey, Ahmed Mazighi, Sonatrach's vice chairman told Anadolu Agency on Tuesday.

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Daily (10.09.2018): Carbon contracts posted a 10% weekly gain on Friday

Friday saw a steady evolution in oil prices, with U.S. crude dropping on weak global equity markets, while Brent saw an upward trend due to geopolitical factors, including violent protests in the southern Iraqi city of Basra. Brent crude price rose by 0.4% to close at $76.83 a barrel, resulting in a 0.8% decrease for the week. In spite of the fact that Iraqi protesters entered a 400,000 barrel per day oilfield facility operated by Lukoil and held two staff members hostage, WTI crude insignificantly slipped to trade at $67.75 a barrel.

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Sweden's Vattenfall targets German electric vehicle sector

Swedish power utility Vattenfall is making a push into the German market for electric vehicle (EV) services and is in talks with carmakers to further its efforts to secure a place among the leading players.

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Nordic countries to get a network of 50 LNG filling stations

Gasum is investing in the construction of approximately 50 gas filling stations for heavy-duty vehicles in Finland, Sweden and Norway. The stations are expected to be operational by the beginning of the 2020's.

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Solar to become Europe’s most competitive energy by 2030

Solar will become the continent’s most competitive source of energy by 2020.

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