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Cummins Power is reporting that Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., one of the largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer in the world, will use its generator sets for Huawei’s first data center project in Turkey. Cummins, which is the global diesel generator supplier of Huawei, supplied four C2500D5A generator sets with custom-built enclosures for the data center in Esenyurt, İstanbul.

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Statoil To Start Gina Krog Oil And Gas Field In June

Norwegian Petroleum Directorate gives consent for Statoil to start the Gina Krog oil and gas field in the North Sea.
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Trump's Bid to Sell US Reserve Oil Could Offset OPEC Cuts

President Donald Trump has proposed selling off more than half of the US emergency oil stockpile, potentially putting more crude on the global market, even as OPEC works to prop up prices.
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Iran Buys Pipes for Oil Sector in $615M Deal with Spain's Tubacex

The deal will lead to the production of 600 kilometers of pipe.
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Wood Group Indicates Potential Job Cut Numbers Following Amec Deal

John Wood Group expects an overall potential reduction of approximately 2 percent of roles across the total combined group workforce, following its acquisition of Amec Foster Wheeler.
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Kuwait's KNPC Plans $1.3B Oil Products Storage Plant

KNPC might build a large storage plant for oil products at a cost of 400 million Kuwaiti dinars ($1.32 billion), its chief executive said.
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Kuwait National Petroleum Signs $6.25B Loan for Clean Fuels Project

KNPC has signed a $6.25 billion loan with international lenders and export credit agencies to finance its planned clean fuels project, the company announced.
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China's Sinopec Starts Building Nation's Largest Gas Storage Site

The storage facility will be connected to pipelines and supply gas to central China, Beijing and Tianjin.
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Nigeria Could Hit 2.2 MMbpd Oil Output By End Of June

The worst disruptions in Nigeria's oil-producing Delta region are over, and production could reach 2.2 million barrels per day by the end of June.
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India's Mahindra to Build Long-range Electric Vehicles

Indian automaker Mahindra & Mahindra seeks to boost green car sales, senior company executives said on Wednesday.
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U.S. Plan to Sell Oil Reserve Shows Declining Import Needs

Congress can reject the White House's plan.
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Wall Street Rises, Dollar Falls on Fed Minutes; Oil Retreats

Oil prices were lower after the Energy Information Administration said U.S. crude oil inventories fell for the seventh straight week.
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BLOG: Rigzone's Downstream Coverage Starts New Chapter

A new chapter begins for Rigzone's downstream coverage.
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EP Energy, Tesoro Form Drilling JV in Utah's Uinta Basin

Tesoro will buy all the oil produced from the wells and provide capital for a 50 percent stake in EP Energy's working interest in the wells.
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Billionaire Ratcliffe Hunts Oil to Repeat Chemicals Empire Build

The deal to buy assets from Dong Energy A/S for more than $1 billion follows the purchase of a pipeline system from BP Plc that carries crude used to price more than half the world's oil.
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Icahn Reaps $60 Million Windfall as Trump Regulations Adviser

Icahn's windfall results from potential changes in the George W. Bush-era law known as the Renewable Fuel Standard.
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Most Norwegian Oil Workers Agree Wage Deal, Mediation For Rest

Energy firms operating offshore Norway agree wage deals for 2017 with the 2 largest trade unions representing oil and gas workers.
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Nigeria To Mediate In Dispute Between Exxon And Labor Unions

Nigeria's government wants to resolve a labor dispute between ExxonMobil and unions in the oil-rich Niger Delta region, a minister says.
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Seadrill CEO Praises Workforce

Seadrill Limited is well positioned in the current market, thanks in part to its highly skilled workforce, the company's CEO, Per Wullf, says.
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Politics Won't Slow Mexico As It Barrels Toward Free Market Energy Economy

Oil and gas officials tell Mexico Gas Summit in San Antonio audience that 2018's post-election government may accelerate energy reforms intended to open the nation to more foreign investment.
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