Tagged With Sanctions
Arab Spring looking ominous for Canada’s Suncor
16 June 2011
No return to Libya until Muammar Qadhafi is removed from power
EXCLUSIVE: EU chokes Qadhafi's fuel supply
2 June 2011
Brussels tightens sanctions regime; Direct trade with Tripoli targeted
EXCLUSIVE: Qadhafi frantic for fuel to sustain war effort
16 May 2011
Western Libya crude output halted; Regime seeking trade
West throws cash lifeline to Libya rebels
5 May 2011
International Contact Group set to siphon Qadhafi funds to TNC
A division of the spoils: Uncertainty for Libya's energy sector
31 March 2011
As UN-backed military action targets Qadhafi's forces, Libya's oil and gas industry faces a difficult and uncertain future
BP, in Iran-sanctions spotlight, shuts UK Rhum field
14 December 2010
Rhum will remain shut in, BP says, "pending clarification from the UK Government on certain aspects of the new EU regulations concerning restrictive measures against Iran"
Iran feels the pressure of sanctions and self-inflicted problems
29 July 2010
More sanctions make life harder for Iran. But its own disastrous economic management might have worse consequences, write Tom Nicholls and Simon Crompton
Iran: Gas-export hopes fade, as home supply grows
1 September 2008
Iran's strategy to become a significant gas exporter has been left in disarray by its political isolation. But the domestic supply picture is looking brighter. With new production coming on stream, Iran may avert another winter gas crisis, writes Alex Forbes
Iran listens for pipes of peace
1 February 2007
Tehran is hoping that its energy customers' need for oil and gas will override adverse circumstances – prices and politics are stalling progress, reports James Gavin
Carrots and sticks
1 December 2006
Do the recent political changes in Washington and the language from London suggest a new policy on Iran is emerging? Derek Brower reports