Posted By admin1 On January 23rd 2014. Under BUSINESS & ECONOMY, INDUSTRY, TRADE & INVESTMENT, MARITIME & ENERGY, WORLD Tags: energy, Exploration programs in Iraq, export monopoly Gazprom, Gazprom chairman Alexey Miller and LUKOIL President Vagit Alekpero, LUKOIL’s Board of Directors, maritime, No Private Deals Says Lukoil, Northern Caspian Sea, oil and gas, Pyakyakhinskoye, Romania, Russia's privately-owned Lukoil, Samara Oblast and the Northern Caspian Sea, the Baltic Sea, the Bolshekhetskaya Depression, the Denisovsky and Yaregsky, the Imilorsko-Istochny and V. Vinogradov license, the Komi Republic, West Africa, West Siberia, Yuzhno-Messoyakhskoye and Khalmerpayutinskoye .
Russia's privately-owned Lukoil has said that it will continue to sell all its gas production to export monopoly Gazprom and not follow Novatek or Rosneft in seeking independent outlets, Russian newspaper Vedomosti has reported. Industry sources say the two current partners are preparing a new agreement on strategic 5-10 year cooperation ... Read More
A new SMS tool has been developed to assist small traders and businesses to tackle problems and barriers they face when moving goods across African borders. Developed in South Africa, the SMS system makes it as easy as possible to report non-tariff barriers (NTBs) to trade on the continent. It was ... Read More
Posted By admin1 On March 28th 2013. Under AFRICA, BANKING & FINANCE, BUSINESS & ECONOMY, INDUSTRY, TRADE & INVESTMENT, NIGERIA, WORLD Tags: Akomen Omijeh, Cadbury Nigeria Corporate & Government Affairs Manager, Cadbury Nigeria Plc, Cadbury Nigeria Plc proposes dividend payment on 2012 Performance, Corporate Communications Manager, Kufre Ekanem, West Africa .
(TRADE NEWSWIRE): Food drinks and confectionery giant Cadbury Nigeria Plc, today announced plans to pay dividends to its shareholders on the strength of its 2012 financial performance, TRADE NEWSWIRE reports. This was made known to TRADE NEWSWIRE in a statement obtained from the Corporate Affairs Manager, Cadbury Nigeria Plc, Kufre Ekanem, on ... Read More
UNITED NATIONS: The UN Security Council on Tuesday condemned the arrest of Mali's prime minister by the armed forces and renewed a threat to impose sanctions on those who threaten the country's "constitutional order." UN leader Ban Ki-moon is also "troubled" by the new turmoil in the African nation, where Islamist ... Read More
Malian soldiers arrested Prime Minister Cheick Modibo Diarra, pictured earlier this year, at his home late Monday, a member of his entourage told AFP, adding that the action had been ordered by ex-coup leader Amadou Sanogo (AFP/File - Habibou Kouyate) BAMAKO: Malian soldiers arrested Prime Minister Cheick Modibo Diarra at ... Read More