Oil and gas company Shell sees oportunity in extended cooperation with the Russian oil company Gazprom Neft. That said chairman Cederic Cremers of the Russian branch of Shell. Several new collaborations are being looked into. Existing projects are also being expanded.
The financially troubled aviation company Flybe does not receive any special treatment from the British government. The company contradicts such claims from the sector in British media. Industry counterparts such as British Airways mother IAG and price fighter Ryanair expressed earlier objections to the rescue plan, which they labeled as illegal state aid and misuse of public funds.
More flights to and from Schiphol and the opening of Lelystad Airport are only allowed if the aviation sector emits less nitrogen, is an important advice to the government. Airline KLM turns it around: only if they can continue to grow can they invest in cleaner aviation.
Former Pope Benedict XVI apparently regrets his cooperation with a controversial book that will be released on Wednesday. He wants the publisher to remove his name as a co-writer, his personal secretary announced on Tuesday.
EU President Charles Michel wants the EU to act more and with unity in international crises such as the flaring civil war in Libya. If the struggle in Libya doesn’t come to an end in the coming weeks, he says the EU will pay a high price: hundreds of thousands of migrants will flee to Europe and the risk of terrorist attacks in Africa and the EU will increase.
Stock exchange operator Euronext, the company behind the stock exchange in Amsterdam, among others, is still investigating a takeover of its Spanish counterpart BME. Euronext CEO Stéphane Boujnah again confirmed this in an interview with the French newspaper Le Figaro, but also said that no decision has yet been taken.
A military base north of Baghdad has been hit by multiple rockets. Four Iraqi soldiers were wounded, including one or more army officers.
The National Bank of Kazakhstan Board permitted acquisition of the major Amanat insurance company by Fincraft Investment House. It was done by adopting the order #247 at December 23 2019. The National bank gives Fincraft a green light to get a major share in the Amanat insurance. With the same order the National Bank gave Fincraft the license to became the representative of the Amanat insurance...