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India Cuts Back on Iran Oil Imports

India plans to cut back on imports of crude oil from Iran as U.S. efforts to shut down Iran’s oil trade are having an impact.  More »

India Cuts Back on Iran Oil Imports

India plans to cut back on imports of crude oil from Iran as U.S. efforts to shut down Iran’s oil trade are having an impact.  More »

India Cuts Back on Iran Oil Imports

India plans to cut back on imports of crude oil from Iran as U.S. efforts to shut down Iran’s oil trade are having an impact.  More »

Russia Approves Gas-Tax Increase

Russia’s government approved tax increases nearly doubling rates for state-controlled natural gas giant Gazprom and more than quadrupling duties to be paid by the country’s independent producers by 2015.  More »

Wynn Macau Approved for Cotai Casino

Wynn Resorts received approval to build a casino resort in Macau’s up-and-coming Cotai area. But delays leave the company far behind rival Las Vegas Sands.  More »

Wynn Macau Approved for Cotai Casino

Wynn Resorts received approval to build a casino resort in Macau’s up-and-coming Cotai area. But delays leave the company far behind rival Las Vegas Sands.  More »

Iran’s Oil Output Sinks

Iran’s oil output has reached its lowest level in 20 years, independent data showed, as the impact of sanctions deepens.  More »

Iran’s Oil Output Sinks

Iran’s oil output has reached its lowest level in 20 years, independent data showed, as the impact of sanctions deepens.  More »

Rosneft Net Declines 9% on Higher Taxes, Transport Costs

Russian state oil producer Rosneft said first-quarter net profit fell 8.9% partly due to higher taxes on the huge Vankor field, as well as higher transportation and electricity costs, but was still supported by higher oil prices.  More »

Wynn Macau Approved for Cotai Casino

Wynn Resorts received approval to build a casino resort in Macau’s up-and-coming Cotai area. But delays leave the company far behind rival Las Vegas Sands.  More »

Iran’s Oil Output at Lowest Level in 20 Years

Iran’s oil output has reached its lowest level in 20 years, independent data showed, as the impact of sanctions deepens.  More »

Arch Coal Seen Slipping

The coal miner faces a continued drop in coal consumption by utilities.  More »

Under U.S. Pressure, India to Cut Iran Imports

India’s top two importers of crude oil from Iran will reduce shipments from the Persian Gulf nation by at least 15% this financial year, the latest sign that New Delhi is playing ball with Washington’s efforts to shut-down Iran oil trade.  More »

Power Shortages Expected in Japan

The government projected electricity shortages in Tokyo and other regions this summer amid a national debate over the status of Japan’s nuclear-energy plants.  More »

India Rupee Falls to Four-Month Low

The Indian rupee fell to a near four-month low against the U.S. dollar as strong demand for the greenback from oil importers and reduced global risk appetite thwarted the central bank’s attempts to arrest the local unit’s slide.  More »
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