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'Enormous' inventories to keep lid on oil price: IEA
A huge overhang in oil stocks will keep a cap on any further oil price rises even as supply and demand move towards balance: IEA
Irrigation water shortage in Kyrgyzstan hits Kazakhstan
Committee for water resources of Kazakhstan's Ministry of Environment has commented on the decrease in water supply to Kazakhstan from Kyrgyzstan.
Gazprom warns new sanctions could hit EU gas supplies
Russia's energy giant Gazprom warned on Tuesday that new Western sanctions aimed at punishing the Kremlin for its perceived attempts to destabilise Ukraine could both hurt its stock price and leave Europe without crucial gas supplies.
Fire in Almaty shopping mall
There was a fire in Azat shopping mall of Almaty market of construction materials and building supplies.
Uzbekistan resumes gas supplies to the South of Kazakhstan
February 4 Uzbekistan cut gas supplies to South Kazakhstan Oblast, leaving many Kazakhstan residents without gas for cooking and heating.
First Caspian gas supplies to Europe expected in 2019
Direct supplies of Caspian gas to Europe are expected by the beginning of 2019.
West demands tougher action against Iran arms to Syria
The United States on Monday led western calls for tougher UN action on Iran's arms supplies to Syria and its Lebanese ally Hezbollah.
US eases trade restrictions on Syrian opposition
The United States eased restrictions on trade with Syria's opposition Wednesday, in a move aimed at helping supply the critical needs of Syrians in "liberated areas."
Russian arms to Damascus unhelpful: Hague
British Foreign Secretary William Hague said Thursday that Russian weapons supplies to the Syrian regime were impeding the search for a peaceful resolution of the conflict.
KazAgroFinance sues sick cattle supplier
KazAgroFinance has prepared the documents and is already filing the lawsuit: Kazakhstan Vice-Minister.
Finland to use Kazakhstan-made copper rods
A memorandum on supplies of Kazakhstan-made copper rods to Finland was signed during Kazakhstan-Finnish forum on green economy and modernization in Astana.
China replaces UK in top five arms exporters: report
China has overtaken Britain to become the world's fifth largest arms exporter with five percent of the global trade, its highest position since the Cold War.
France and Britain willing to arm Syrian rebels
France has joined Britain in voicing its willingness to supply weapons to Syria's rebels if it cannot convince its European partners to lift an arms embargo as the conflict enters its third year.
Kazakhstan Parliament adopts agreement on Russian oil supplies to Pavlodar refinery
Pavlodar refinery in Kazakhstan will be getting guaranteed oil supplies from Russia.
Mali war disrupts cocaine supply to Europe
France's surprise intervention in northern Mali against Islamist fighters involved in lucrative drug-running has disrupted cocaine supply to Europe but smugglers are already finding new routes.
Kazakhstan may cease gas supplies to Russia
If we don’t agree on the prices now, all this gas will be redirected to the south, possibly to China, in 2015 after Beineu-Bozoi-Shymkent pipeline is completed: Kazakhstan Minister.
Kazakh Senate ratifies agreement on Russian oil supplies to Kazakhstan
The agreement between the governments of Kazakhstan and Russia was signed in Moscow on December 9, 2010.
CU has to regulate Kazakhstan oil supplies to Belarus: Minister
Belarus has raised the issue of oil supplies from Kazakhstan several times, while Kazakhstan has not expressed any objections, but noted transportation difficulties.
KazRosGas supplied 4 billion cubic meters of Karachaganak gas to Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan-Russian KazRosGas supplied 4.4 billion cubic meters of commercial gas from Karachaganak field to Kazakhstan in 2012.
Samsung defends working practices in China plants
Samsung Electronics defended its working practices Wednesday after a lawsuit was filed in France against the South Korean giant over conditions at its supplier plants in China.
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