There is little likelihood Russia will work with Opec on cutting oil output ahead of or on the sidelines of a meeting of the exporter group in Vienna next month, officials and industry insiders say.
Opec made a historic policy shi
Oil ministers of Opec nations will hold "candid, informal" talks on December 3, a day before the group's formally scheduled meeting in Vienna, Venezuela's oil minister said, adding the idea was suggested by Saudi Arabia.
Only five non-Opec countries have sent representatives to a meeting of Opec and non-Opec oil market experts that began on Wednesday at the petroleum exporter group's Vienna headquarters.
The Organization of
Venezuelan Oil Minister Eulogio del Pino said that eight non-Opec countries have been invited to an October 21 oil meeting, including Azerbaijan, Brazil, Colombia, Kazakhstan, Norway, Mexico, Oman and Russia.
Migrants arriving in Vienna from Hungary will not be checked or registered and can continue their onward journeys across Europe, the police chief in Austria's capital said on Thursday as another wave of westward-bound travellers boarded trai
Emirates Central Cooling Systems Corporation (Empower), a leading district cooling service provider, as showcased its standing as a key player in advocating the use of district cooling technology as an alternative to conventional cooling solutio
Iran and major powers gave themselves at least until Friday to negotiate an agreement on the Iranian nuclear programme, but a source from one of the powers said on Tuesday they had to wrap up in the next 48 hours.
"We are con
A year and half of nuclear talks between Iran and major powers were creeping towards the finish line on Friday as negotiators gave themselves until July 7 to wrestle with sticking points.
Iran is in talks with the United States an
Nuclear talks between Iran and six world powers have virtually stalled and a deadline for a final deal may have to be postponed again, Russian news agency TASS quoted a diplomatic source as saying on Friday.
Iran and the powers --
To hear Opec ministers in Vienna last week, one would think the organisation's battle for market share is a complete success and oil prices are now firmly anchored where they are.
"The strategy is work