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Checkmate for cheap unconventional gas

Source: Financial Times, 23rd March 2014

Unconventional gas is not a miracle; it is a high-cost source of fuel that requires a lot of technical skill, time and capital, writes John Dizard

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Sanctions complicate Morgan Stanley deal

Source: Financial Times, 21st March 2014

US sanctions on Moscow have cast uncertainty over plans by Russian state-owned group Rosneft to acquire Morgan Stanley’s global oil trading business

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Oil jumps on Russia sanctions concern

Source: Financial Times, 21st March 2014

The global benchmark ICE May Brent rose as much as $1.32 to $107.77 a barrel, while US oil prices also rallied $1.35 to $100.25 a barrel

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Gunvor will survive, says chief executive

Source: Financial Times, 21st March 2014

The world’s fourth biggest oil trader has been working hard to assure counterparties that it is not caught up in sanctions against Russia, says CEO

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Anglo American overhauls pay policy

Source: Financial Times, 21st March 2014

The mining group has changed its pay practices after a rebuke from shareholders over an award to chief executive Mark Cutifani last year

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Russia to ratchet up Ukraine gas prices

Source: Financial Times, 21st March 2014

Moscow fires an economic warning shot across Kiev’s bow on the same day Ukraine signs a hotly contested integration deal with the EU

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What the Loss of Crimea Means for Ukrainian Energy

London, 20 March 2014



Birth of a New Ukrainian Nation? Interview with Robert Bensh. 

Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula is now Russia's. It was done with an impressively organized non-violent military operation, and supported by the foregone conclusion of a referendum on independence from Ukraine. One Ukrainian soldier was reportedly killed on 18 March, after Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the treaty to annex the Crimea and troops moved to take over a Ukrainian military facility in Simferopol.

Read more: What the Loss of Crimea Means for Ukrainian Energy

Sanctioned Timchenko sells Gunvor stake

Source: Financial Times, 20th March 2014

The US Treasury said Vladimir Putin had personal investments in the world’s fourth-largest oil trading house, which the company denies

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Russia looks to sell energy beyond Europe

Source: Financial Times, 20th March 2014

Russia has outlined plans to increase oil and gas exports to Asia Pacific by 2035 as it looks to reduce its dependence on European demand

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Russia’s gas still a potent weapon

Source: Financial Times, 20th March 2014

Although the EU is steadily building a more varied energy mix to reduce Russia’s ability to influence prices, it still depends on Gazprom and Rosneft

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