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Analysis: Russia's G7 oil price ceiling moves from revenue squeeze to market anchor

Analysis: Russia’s G7 oil price ceiling moves from revenue squeeze to market anchor

WASHINGTON, Dec 6 (Reuters) – When U.S. officials first floated the idea of ​​capping Russian oil export prices in response to a planned European embargo in March, they pledged to cut revenue of the Russian war machine, while avoiding a devastating spike in oil prices. But keeping Russian oil on the market and global prices …

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Chevron expects Venezuelan oil shipments, but PDVSA wants payments

Chevron expects Venezuelan oil shipments, but PDVSA wants payments

HOUSTON, Nov 28 (Reuters) – Chevron Corp (CVX.N) aims to start receiving shipments of Venezuelan oil as early as December after the oil company last week received a U.S. license to do so, but Caracas is unable to -be not as impatient as the United States. the sanctions restrict payments, people familiar with the matter …

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Chevron can resume a key role in Venezuela's oil production and exports

Chevron can resume a key role in Venezuela’s oil production and exports

WASHINGTON/HOUSTON, Nov 26 (Reuters) – Chevron Corp on Saturday received a U.S. license allowing the second-biggest U.S. oil company to expand production in Venezuela and ship crude oil from the South American country to the United States . The ruling grants broader rights to the last major US oil company still operating in US-sanctioned Venezuela. …

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US ready to allow Chevron to increase oil production in Venezuela

US ready to allow Chevron to increase oil production in Venezuela

US ready to allow oil giant to produce and sell Venezuelan oil Chevron owes billions in unpaid debt to state-owned PDVSA US aims to transfer Venezuelan oil sales from shadow companies HOUSTON, Nov 23 (Reuters) – Chevron Corp could soon win U.S. approval to expand operations in Venezuela and resume trading in its oil once …

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Tesla safety at center of South Korean lawsuit over fatal crash

Tesla safety at center of South Korean lawsuit over fatal crash

SEOUL, Nov 21 (Reuters) – Two years ago, in an upscale Seoul neighborhood, a white Tesla Model X slammed into the wall of a parking lot. The fire accident killed a prominent lawyer – a close friend of the South Korean president. Prosecutors have charged the driver with manslaughter. He blames Tesla. Choi Woan-jong, who …

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Jeremy Hunt raises taxes and cuts spending to restore market confidence in UK

Jeremy Hunt raises taxes and cuts spending to restore market confidence in UK

UK economy in recession expected to contract in 2024 Nearly half of £55bn of belt-tightening due to tax hikes Budget watchdog sees 7% drop in living standards IFS think tank says most of the hit to come after 2024 The pound falls almost 1% against the dollar LONDON, Nov 17 (Reuters) – Britain’s Finance Minister …

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COP27: discussions on carbon market rules are slow to start

COP27: discussions on carbon market rules are slow to start

SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt, November 14 (Reuters) – Countries are far from agreeing on the technical details of the global trade in carbon offset credits after a week of talks at the UN climate summit COP27 in Egypt, according to negotiators and observers, with delays threatening to blow a 2023 deadline. Carbon offsets allow countries or …

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Exclusive: US blocks more than 1,000 solar shipments due to Chinese slave labor issues

Exclusive: US blocks more than 1,000 solar shipments due to Chinese slave labor issues

November 11 (Reuters) – More than 1,000 shipments of solar power components worth hundreds of millions of dollars have piled up at U.S. ports since June under a new law banning imports from the China’s Xinjiang region due to slave labor concerns, according to federal customs officials and industry sources. The level of seizures, which …

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