Turkmenistan: Europe still hopeful to get gas

Turkmenistan, a hydrocarbon-rich Central Asian country, is still hopeful to see its gas reach the European markets, while Brussels counties talks in this regard. The EU is negotiating with Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan over a Trans Caspian Pipeline System, said Anca Paduraru, EU Spokesperson for Energy Union projects. “Negotiations are on-going,” Paduraru said, when answering on…

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Estonia: Coop Pank launches operations

The former Krediidipank is officially launching operations under the new Coop Pank brand. All Krediidipank subsidiaries will likewise be switching to the new name. Coop Pank’s major stakeholder is Coop Eesti, a retail group consisting of 19 regional consumer cooperatives. According to Coop Pank board chairman Margus Rink, 14 bank branches across Estonia have been…

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Ukraine: gas reserves replenished

Natural gas reserves in Ukrainian underground storage facilities (USFs) on September 23-30 rose by 2.2%, or by 347 million cubic meters, from 16.048 billion cubic meters to 16.395 billion cubic meters, according to the state-run gas transport system operator Ukrtransgaz. The daily volume of gas injection into the USFs as of September 30 was estimated…

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Turkmenistan: Berdimuhamedov instructs to strengthen fight against corruption

Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov in his message to the National Security Ministry’s employees on the occasion of 26th anniversary of this authority said that the fight against corruption and bribery carried out jointly with other law enforcement agencies should be strengthened. “You must confront the challenges and threats of modernity, prevent the entry into the…

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