Energy Sector

No impact on EU from Russia-Ukraine gas row, Brussels says

Brussels - Russian gas monopoly Gazprom's decision to cut natural-gas supplies to Ukraine has so far had no impact on deliveries to the European Union, EU officials said Friday.

"There has been no change" in the volumes of Russian gas delivered to EU clients, a spokeswoman for the EU's executive, the European Commission, told Deutsche Presse-Agentur dpa.

Russia, Ukraine in stand off; Europe gas flow constant

Moscow/Kiev/Prague - Russia and Ukraine remained in a stand off on future gas prices on Friday but both parties separately sought to reassure Europe that the flow of gas through Ukrainian pipelines would not be disrupted.

OPEC oil price inches back above 35 dollars

Vienna - The price for oil produced by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) rose back above the 35-dollar-mark Wednesday, the cartel announced Friday.

One barrel (159 litres) of OPEC-produced crude stood at 35.58 dollars at mid-week, 0.63 dollars higher than on the previous day.

Russia, Ukraine still in stand off, gas flow to Europe constant

Russia, Ukraine still in stand off, gas flow to Europe constantMoscow/Kiev - Russia and Ukraine remained in a stand off on energy pricing on Friday, as gas deliveries to Europe continued practically uninterrupted.

US urges Ukraine, Russia to settle gas dispute

Washington  - The United States Thursday urged Russia and the Ukraine to resolve their dispute over payments and debts owed for natural gas in a "transparent, commercial manner."

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