Commerce has spawned rivalries across the eastern Mediterranean for millennia. Hydrocarbons might be the last major commercial reason to sustain
A Turkish-Cypriot minister says Turkey will continue taking reciprocal steps against “unilateral” Greek-Cypriot moves to explore gas reserves in the
The East Mediterranean could become a hub to export gas to Europe, argued an executive at the Italian utility Eni.
The gas discovery off the coast of the Republic of Cyprus is threatening to intensify Europe’s longest-running territorial dispute as
ExxonMobil says it will end a joint venture with Russia’s state-controlled Rosneft, the nation’s biggest oil producer, because of US
Qatar, which signed a deal with US petroleum giant ExxonMobil last year to explore for oil and gas off the
The Russian Pacific Sakhalin-1 oil project, led by ExxonMobil, has reportedly ditched plans to boost output by 25 per cent