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  1. Politics, production levels to determine Caspian area energy export options

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    Mon, 28 May 2001

  2. Obama urged by IPAA president to lift ban on US crude exports

    Commending the administration for its actions allowing some condensate to be exported as a petroleum product, Independent Petroleum Association of America Pres. Barry Russell urged US President Barack Obama to go further and remove export restrictions for domestically produced crude oil.

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    Tue, 7 Jul 2015

  3. MEPG: Iraq logs progress restoring oil output, exports

    MEPG: Iraq logs progress restoring oil output, exports While security remains a serious challenge, Iraq is making progress in restoring production and export of crude oil and petroleum products, current and former officials of the Iraqi Oil Ministry said Sept. 9 in Dubai.

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    Mon, 15 Sep 2003

  4. Murkowski: Ban on US oil exports should end soon

    Prohibition of US crude oil and condensate exports is an outmoded policy that should end soon as a first step in an overall energy export reassessment and reforms, US Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alas.) declared.

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    Mon, 13 Jan 2014

  5. FSU oil exports through Iran set to increase

    Iran's long-held dream of becoming a major export route for oil from the Caspian Sea has taken another step forward with the completion of the first phase of a new pipeline from its Caspian Sea port of Neka to the Rey terminal outside Tehran. Upgrading of the country's northern refineries to ...

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    Mon, 7 Apr 2003

  6. Exports highlight EIA conference, House subcommittee hearing

    Congress may be ready to discuss US LNG exports as soon as this summer, but won't likely consider domestic petroleum sales to foreign countries for some time, US Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alas.) predicted at the US Energy Information Administration's 2013 Energy Conference.

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    Mon, 24 Jun 2013

  7. Energy exports highlight EIA conference, House subcommittee hearing

    Congress may be ready to discuss US LNG exports as soon as this summer, but won’t likely consider domestic petroleum sales to foreign countries for some time, US Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alas.) predicted at the US Energy Information Administration’s 2013 Energy Conference.

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    Wed, 19 Jun 2013

  8. Woodside gets NEB approval for British Columbia LNG exports

    Woodside Energy Holdings Pty. Ltd. has received approval from Canada’s National Energy Board on its application for a 25-year natural gas export license with a maximum term quantity of 807 billion cu m, plus or minus 15%. Exports would leave a proposed LNG liquefaction plant near Grassy Point, ...

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    Mon, 2 Feb 2015

  9. CGES: Baltic exports of Russian crude threaten dominance of Black Sea routes

    Development and rapid expansion of new export terminal on the Baltic Sea threaten the traditional dominance of Black Sea ports in the seaborne trade of Russian oil, according to an analysis by the Centre for Global Energy Studies, London.

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    Mon, 21 Jun 2004

  10. Caspian oil export choices clouded by geopolitics, project economics

    Projected Caspian oil exports [71,722 bytes] Caspian oil reserves estimates, 1996 [86,047 bytes] Projected Caspian oil production [81,631 bytes] Caspian oil export route capacity [76,048 bytes] Caspian excess oil pipeline and export route capacity [112,745 bytes] Who benfits form Caspian pipeline ...

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    Mon, 19 Apr 1999

  11. FOCUS ON TURKMENISTAN: Turkmenistan's future in gas and oil hinges on certainty for export options

    Turkmenistan is an important natural gas and oil-producing former Soviet republic of Central Asia whose potential is significant but constrained by a lack of certainty in hydrocarbon export options.

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    Mon, 7 Oct 2002

  12. China's crude exports fall as imports rise

    China's rising demand for oil is slashing the country's exports of crude oil and boosting imports, according to statistics released by the General Administration of Customs.

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    Fri, 27 Apr 2007

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