Energy

Iraq - Kurdistan oil dispute [AFP]
Iraq's oil ministry will begin implementing a federal court ruling that deemed the legal foundations of the Kurdistan region's oil and gas sector unconstitutional.
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Jordan will launch new oil exploration operations 'soon' in a bid for energy security.
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A massive earthquake and tsunami in 2011 destroyed the cooling systems in a nuclear plant in Japan's Fukushima, causing the meltdown of three reactors.
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Iraq's oil ministry has blocked China from buying a monopoly over its energy sector. Government members and officials at state-run firms expressed concern that Beijing's consolidation could isolate Iraq from Western investors.
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Kuwaiti oil minister Mohamed Al-Fares also said OPEC+ was monitoring Covid-19 lockdowns in Chinese cities and any possible supply disruptions.
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It comes as the European Commission is seeking a ban on all Russian oil, crude and refined, transported by sea and pipeline by the end of 2022, Commission President Ursula von der Leyen told the European Parliament.
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The group agreed in July 2021 to increase its output target by 432,000 barrels per day every month until the end of September 2022 to unwind remaining production cuts.
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Oil prices increased on Wednesday after the EU announced plans to phase out Russian imports following Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.
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IAEA chief Rafael Grossi said the radiation levels at the Chernobyl nuclear site are currently 'abnormal' and needs to be monitored 'day by day'
Aramco [GETTY]
The outlook for Saudi Arabia's Aramco has been ranked as positive by rating agency Fitch as oil prices continue to soar from the Russian invasion of Ukraine.