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Italy signs agreement for natural gas supplies from Algeria

Italy has signed a new deal to buy more natural gas from the North African nation of Algeria. Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi says the agreement is a significant step to reducing his country's reliance on Russian gas. Details of the deal were not immediately available. Algeria is the EU's third-largest gas supplier, behind Russia and Norway. The Algerian state energy company Sonatrach says Europe is the 'natural market of choice' for Algerian gas, which accounts for around 11% of Europe's gas imports. #Italy #Algeria #NaturalGasDeal

Money Talks: Energy resources straining Gulf ties

Money Talks: Energy resources straining Gulf ties

Money Talks: Energy resources straining Gulf ties

Money Talks: Energy resources straining Gulf ties

Israeli, American companies began pumping natural gas to Egypt

Israeli, American companies began pumping natural gas to Egypt

The economic impacts of Turkey’s gas discovery in the Black Sea

The economic impacts of Turkey’s gas discovery in the Black Sea

UK eyes tax cuts to ease worsening cost of living crisis

UK eyes tax cuts to ease worsening cost of living crisis

Marcos Jr takes office as the Philippines faces rising consumer prices

Marcos Jr takes office as the Philippines faces rising consumer prices

'Harry Potter' book and movie franchise turns 25 years old

'Harry Potter' book and movie franchise turns 25 years old

Rising price of oil tops agenda at G7 Summit in Germany

Rising price of oil tops agenda at G7 Summit in Germany

Avocado production surges in Türkiye's southern coast

Avocado production surges in Türkiye's southern coast

Citroen launches electric vehicle in Turkish market

Citroen launches electric vehicle in Turkish market

Oil prices drop as OPEC+ ratifies modest oil production increase

Oil prices drop as OPEC+ ratifies modest oil production increase

China factory activity shows growth for first time in four months

China factory activity shows growth for first time in four months

OPEC+ has fallen 562M barrels short of promised crude output since 2020

OPEC+ has fallen 562M barrels short of promised crude output since 2020

Oil extends gains as major producers flag capacity limits

Oil extends gains as major producers flag capacity limits

Russia defaults on foreign debt for the first time since 1917

Russia defaults on foreign debt for the first time since 1917

Eco-conscious tourists drawn to glamorous camping

Eco-conscious tourists drawn to glamorous camping

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