Oil

Choose the right cooking oil to stay healthy

Making small changes in daily cooking can go a long way in making your diet healthy, without adding any extra burden on you. An easy step is to use the right cooking oil

Choose the right cooking oil to stay healthy

Indian consortium may get to remain invested in Iranian gas field

India may continue to pursue investment opportunity in the Farzad-B gas field in Iran, even though ONGC Videsh Ltd (OVL) lost the development rights of the block that it discovered over a decade ago ...

Indian consortium may get to remain invested in Iranian gas field

IS ‘blows up’ Iraq oil wells, kills policeman: officials

Jihadists on Wednesday killed a policeman before blowing up two oil wells in Kirkuk, a northern province claimed by both Iraq’s federal government and the Kurds, officials said

IS ‘blows up’ Iraq oil wells, kills policeman: officials

UK consumer price inflation quickens in March

Britain's annual inflation rate accelerated in March, official data showed Wednesday, stoking analyst fears of spiking prices when the nation emerges from the pandemic

UK consumer price inflation quickens in March

NBR withdraws advance tax on import of refined palm oil

The National Board of Revenue (NBR) has withdrawn five per cent Advance Tax on import of refined palm oil in a bid to control the price of edible oil in the local market

NBR withdraws advance tax on import of refined palm oil

Saudi Aramco in $12.4 bn oil pipeline deal with EIG-led group

Energy giant Saudi Aramco said it has struck a 12.4-billion-dollar deal to sell a minority stake in a newly formed oil pipeline business to a consortium led by US-based EIG Global Energy Partners.

Saudi Aramco in $12.4 bn oil pipeline deal with EIG-led group

Abandoning Myanmar gas field would hurt workers, cities: Total

Total has come under pressure from rights groups and Myanmar’s parallel civilian government to review its operations amid allegations its payments on taxes were funding the military-controlled state

Police stand in front of Total's headquarters after an Extinction Rebellion protest for Myanmar's military coup victims, in La Defense business district, near Paris, France on 25 March 2021

Lockdown news sends shoppers rushing to markets

Following the news of lockdown from Monday, people in the city have begun panic buying. Shoppers are thronging the markets to stock up on essentials

Lockdown news sends shoppers rushing to markets

Russia, an oil giant, goes big on timber

In a dense forest northeast of Moscow, logging machines cut down rows of trees as Russia taps foreign demand for its wood as part of efforts to reduce its dependence on oil exports

This picture taken on 16 March 2021, shows forwarder machines stack felled trees at a forestry plot near Vologda, 500 kilometres northeast of the Russian capital Moscow
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