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NewsBase provides weekly Monitors covering global energy issues and news
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"Former German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder is facing a backlash at home after being elected to chair the board of Russia’s largest oil company, Rosneft."

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[InnovOil News] "The offshore rig market is going through a rough patch and, while oil prices are showing some signs of improving, this will continue for at least another year"

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The Russian Energy Ministry intends to submit a bill to the government proposing to cut mineral extraction tax (MET) by 50% at oilfields that contain a lot of water. - Continue reading the FSUOGM article

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China has continued to import more crude oil this year, but recently published data show that the increase has benefited the US more than OPEC. - Continue reading the ChinaOil article

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Ecuador has agreed a payment plan with US oil services firm Schlumberger and has also agreed to renegotiate two of the firm’s contracts.

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Saipem has won offshore contract variations at Egypt’s Zohr field. The service company said the work was worth US$900 million and covered engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) on the “optimised ramp up” phase of Zohr.
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