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Timothy Gardner

Russia's Gazprom seeks more capacity to transport gas through Ukraine -Naftogaz

29 Oct 2020

WASHINGTON, Oct 29 Russia's gas exporting monopoly Gazprom recently approached Naftogaz, Ukraine's state natural gas firm, about booking more capacity to transport gas to Europe, a sign Gazprom is worried that U.S. sanctions are targeting its pipeline project to avoid Ukraine, the head of Naftogaz said on Thursday.

Factbox: On climate, it's Biden's green revolution versus Trump's war on regulations

29 Oct 2020

WASHINGTON Next Tuesday's U.S. presidential election pits a politician who plans to tie the country's economic recovery to tackling climate change against another determined to remove as many regulatory hurdles to oil, gas and coal production as possible.

Factbox: On climate, it's Biden's green revolution versus Trump's war on regulations

29 Oct 2020

WASHINGTON Next Tuesday's U.S. presidential election pits a politician who plans to tie the country's economic recovery to tackling climate change against another determined to remove as many regulatory hurdles to oil, gas and coal production as possible.

U.S. oil production will not return soon to pre-pandemic levels, energy secretary says

28 Oct 2020

WASHINGTON U.S. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette said on Wednesday he does not expect U.S. oil production to return soon to pre-pandemic levels as demand remains weak.

Trump sanctions could give Biden a bargaining chip in deal talks with Iran

27 Oct 2020

WASHINGTON The Trump administration’s imposition of new sanctions on Iran may have been intended to forestall a new nuclear deal with Tehran if Joe Biden is elected president, but it could backfire instead by strengthening Biden's hand at the bargaining table.

ANALYSIS-Trump sanctions could give Biden a bargaining chip in deal talks with Iran

27 Oct 2020

WASHINGTON, Oct 27 The Trump administration’s imposition of new sanctions on Iran may have been intended to forestall a new nuclear deal with Tehran if Joe Biden is elected president, but it could backfire instead by strengthening Biden's hand at the bargaining table.

U.S. nuclear plants in S. Carolina, Missouri face the highest quake risks: report

23 Oct 2020

WASHINGTON The U.S. nuclear power reactors facing the highest risks of a meltdown from earthquakes are not in tremor-prone California, but states including South Carolina and Missouri, an analysis of government data published on Thursday said.

U.S. nuclear plants in S. Carolina, Missouri face the highest quake risks -report

22 Oct 2020

WASHINGTON, Oct 22 The U.S. nuclear power reactors facing the highest risks of a meltdown from earthquakes are not in tremor-prone California, but states including South Carolina and Missouri, an analysis of government data published on Thursday said.

Analysis: Biden presidency could cut slow path to resumed Iran, Venezuela oil exports

21 Oct 2020

By Timothy Gardner, Marianna Parraga and Bozorgmehr Sharafedin

Analysis: Biden presidency could cut slow path to resumed Iran, Venezuela oil exports

21 Oct 2020

By Timothy Gardner, Marianna Parraga and Bozorgmehr Sharafedin

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