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Shifting from Russia, Ukraine strikes US nuclear fuel deal
Shifting from Russia, Ukraine strikes US nuclear fuel deal

Ukraine said Thursday it had reached an agreement with the US-based electric giant Westinghouse to build a nuclear fuel production unit.

Shifting from Russia, Ukraine strikes US nuclear fuel deal
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KazMunaiGas threatens action over Romania refinery seizure

Kazakhstan's state oil company KazMunaiGas on Wednesday threatened to seek international arbitration against Bucharest.

KazMunaiGas threatens action over Romania refinery seizure
Air France KLM narrows losses, warns of turbulence as pilots' pay cut
Air France KLM narrows losses, warns of turbulence as pilots' pay cut

Air France-KLM said Wednesday it cut its losses in the first quarter of 2016 but passenger traffic to Paris was affected by terror attacks.

Air France KLM narrows losses, warns of turbulence as pilots' pay cut
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US Assistant Secretary to visit Kazakhstan

US Assistant Secretary of State for International Security and Nonproliferation Thomas Countryman will pay a working visit to Kazakhstan.

US Assistant Secretary to visit Kazakhstan
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Kazakhstan to host official ceremony to launch international nuclear fuel bank August 27

Yukiya Amano, Director General of the IAEA, representatives of the six nations involved in talks to negotiate the Iranian nuclear program, including Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and US Secretary of State John Kerry will be among those in attendance.

Kazakhstan to host official ceremony to launch international nuclear fuel bank August 27
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Low-enriched uranium to start accumulating in IAEA bank in Kazakhstan by 2017

According to an official from the Ministry of Energy, Kazakhstan will start receiving low-enriched uranium into the IAEA bank in 2017.

Low-enriched uranium to start accumulating in IAEA bank in Kazakhstan by 2017
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Ban of Russian fuel will not cause deficit in Kazakhstan: KazMunaiGas

Kazakhstan has introduced a 45-day ban on import of fuel from Russia. Some are worried that this will be the beginning of a new fuel deficit in the Central Asian economy. KazMunaiGas has a different view.

Ban of Russian fuel will not cause deficit in Kazakhstan: KazMunaiGas
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Modernization of Kazakh oil refineries may be delayed

The process of modernizing Kazakh oil refineries may have to be delayed, putting additional pressure on the domestic fuel market of Kazakhstan.

Modernization of Kazakh oil refineries may be delayed
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Russia's cheap gas may shut down Kazakhstani oil refineries: Minister of Energy

Cheap gas from Russia can put a stop to the work of Kazakhstan’s oil refineries.

Russia's cheap gas may shut down Kazakhstani oil refineries: Minister of Energy
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Fuel eco-standards in Kazakhstan: how feasible?

Kazakhstan is introducing new ecological standards for engine fuel. But experts have some doubts about the effectiveness of this measure.

Fuel eco-standards in Kazakhstan: how feasible?
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Coal-to-gasoline plant to be launched in Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan is launching an experimental complex for processing of brown cowl into gasoline and fuel in 2015.

Coal-to-gasoline plant to be launched in Kazakhstan
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Kazakhstan bans fuel export

Kazakhstan has introduced a half-year ban on export of fuel outside the territory of the Customs Union.

Kazakhstan bans fuel export
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What's with the gasoline prices in Kazakhstan?

Kazakh government is lowering gasoline prices. But for how long? And does it address the fuel deficit in the country?

What's with the gasoline prices in Kazakhstan?
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Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan break fuel for water stalemate, reach energy agreement

Heads of Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan have had talks in Astana and reached a set of important agreements.

Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan break fuel for water stalemate, reach energy agreement
G20 states spend $88bn in fossil fuel exploration subsidies: report
G20 states spend $88bn in fossil fuel exploration subsidies: report

Leading world economies are spending $88 billion (71 billion euros) a year in fossil fuel exploration subsidies.

G20 states spend $88bn in fossil fuel exploration subsidies: report
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Scientists in Kazakhstan suggest turning gas into gasoline

Scientists from Kazakhstan say they've created a technology to transform oil-associated gas into gasoline and diesel.

Scientists in Kazakhstan suggest turning gas into gasoline
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Communists in Kazakhstan slam decision to abandon construction of oil refinery

The People's Communist Party has tagged the decision to abandon construction of the 4th oil refinery in Kazakhstan ill judged and said problems had to be solved by the government not shifted to the shoulders of the citizens.

Communists in Kazakhstan slam decision to abandon construction of oil refinery
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Fuel market risks in Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan has only three oil refineries, which are not only few but also outdated.

Fuel market risks in Kazakhstan
First Vice-Minister of Kazakhstan Uzakpai Karabalin. Photo courtesy of ortcom.kz
Fuel deficit in Kazakhstan is there to stay: Vice-Minister

Kazakhstan's 1st Deputy Minister announced that the country could not fully meet its domestic demand.

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Fuel deficit in Kazakhstan is there to stay: Vice-Minister
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Transition to gas pumps in Kazakhstan complilcated, gasoline deficit remains

One of the possible ways to address the recurring gasoline deficit in Kazakhstan is transitioning to gas from petrol and gasoline products. This is easier to say than to do, however.

Transition to gas pumps in Kazakhstan complilcated, gasoline deficit remains