KARS - TBILISI RAILWAY PROJECT REVISED AND WILL BE CONSTRUCTED IN AZERBAIJAN

13.08.2004 [16:48]
As reports Anadolu agency, Kars-Tbilisi railway project will be revised and connected to a railway that will be constructed in Azerbaijan.
Technical delegations from Turkey, Georgia and Azerbaijan met last ...

BP CENTRAL AZERI PIPELINES READY

13.08.2004 [12:09]
BP Azerbaijan manager John Jerzak announced that the subsea pipelines from the Central Azeri field to the Sangachal Terminal of the Azeri-Chirag-Guneshli project are ready to receive first oil.
He ...

MANAGERS TRAINED IN EUROPE

12.08.2004 [20:37]
17 managers from Azerbaijan took courses in Europe within the frameworks of the TACIS’s Managers Training Program. They directly familiarized with the experience of European companies operating in different fields. ...

CARGO TRANSPORTATION RATES TO BE AGREED

12.08.2004 [20:36]
A working meeting of experts to agree transportation tariffs that are to rise with regard to the construction of a terminal in Batumi seaport will take place on August 12-13. ...

OIL PRICES SOMEWHAT EASED

12.08.2004 [16:52]
Oil markets can always find a reason to be agitated – yesterday markets were jittery over several US oil companies’ shut-down of some of oil and gas producing units in ...

AMFA HELD THE MICRO CREDIT TRAINING FOR LOAN OFFICERS

12.08.2004 [16:51]
On August 9-12 2004, Enterprise Center of BP hosted the training course organized by Azerbaijan Micro-finance Association (AMFA) according to the training agreement signed on July 12th 2004 with ...

TENDERS AT BICEX

12.08.2004 [16:51]
The weighted average exchange prices made up 4900.99 manats for 1 US dollar in the Baku Interbank Currency Exchange on August 11.
In the morning, the volume of deals closed ...

RUSSIA TO PRODUCE OVER 450 MLN TONS OF OIL BY THE YEAR'S END

11.08.2004 [19:13]
Russia has produced 263 million tons of oil over the 7 months of 2004. Viktor Khristenko, Russian Industry and Energy Minister, cited the figure at a meeting with President ...

ELECTRICITY SUPPLY GETTING BETTER IN NAKHCHIVAN

11.08.2004 [19:12]
Over 76 mln kWh of power came in the energy system of the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic during July: 42 mln kWh from Iran and some 10 mln kWh from Turkey, ...

TOTAL DISCOVERS CRUDE IN CASPIAN SEA

11.08.2004 [15:22]
Total has successfully drilled and tested its first exploration well on the Kairan structure offshore Kazakhstan. The well, located about 25 miles east of the Caspian Sea's Kashagan field, tested ...

BAKU YARD LAUNCHES PLATFORM JACKET

11.08.2004 [15:21]
Heydar Aliyev Baku fabrication yard has launched the jacket for the Azeri field's Central Azeri compressor and water injection platform offshore Azerbaijan. The 12-pile structure will be bridge-linked to ...

BP TO PAY FINES FOR POLLUTION

11.08.2004 [13:08]
Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources has not finished the negotiations with BP Azerbaijan on the pollution of environment at Azeri-Chirag-Guneshli (ACG) oil fields, AzerTAj correspondent said. “We haven’t solved ...

NUMBER OF ENTREPRENEURS GROWS

11.08.2004 [11:17]
33,6 thousand people have run their private business for a month and it is by 3600 people higher than that of the same period last year, State Stats Committee told ...

SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS TO BE ELECTED BY PARENTS AND TEACHERS

10.08.2004 [20:58]
Minister of Education and Science of Georgia Alexander Lomaya said that the Ministry had prepared and placed a “Bill on Georgian General Education” in its website in June and sent ...

OPEC MAY RAISE QUOTAS TO PREVENT FURTHER PRICE RISES

10.08.2004 [18:03]
As stated, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) may raise its production quotas to match current output levels in a measure to prevent further overheating in the oil market, ...

ROLE OF EMPLOYERS IN FIGHTING CORRUPTION TO BE DISCUSSED

10.08.2004 [18:02]
On the initiative of the International Employers Organizations and International Labor Organization, a conference on the topic “Role of Employers Organization in Fighting Corruption” will be held in Warsaw /Poland/, ...

CRUDE OIL PRICES AGAIN SURGED

10.08.2004 [13:46]
World oil prices again rose after the decision to stop pumping to the Basra terminal as saboteurs of Shiite Muslim group threatened to sabotage operations by the Iraq’s state ...

PARKER INSTRUMENTATION INKS DISTRIBUTION DEAL IN CASPIAN

10.08.2004 [11:40]
Parker Instrumentation has signed a distribution agreement for Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan with Asia Caspian Engineering Co. (ACECO), covering fluid instrumentation valve and tube fitting product lines. ACECO already operates ...

TENDERS AT BICEX

10.08.2004 [10:42]
The weighted average exchange prices made up 4903,88 manats for 1 US dollar in the Baku Interbank Currency Exchange on August 9.
In the morning, the volume of deals closed ...