WorldOil Giant gas tanker sails to Turkey to prevent repeat of shortage Turkey is getting a giant helper to avoid last December’s gas shortages. Hess Corp. to sell interests in Norway, Denmark Hess Corporation has announced several additional steps in the continued execution of its strategic plan to further focus the company’s portfolio and allocate capital to higher return assets. Energean reports first CPR results for two blocks, offshore Montenegro Energean Oil and Gas has announced the first Competent Persons Report (CPR) for its assets offshore Montenegro, compiled by Netherland Sewell and Associates (NSAI), detailing the recoverable gas and liquids resource estimates in respect to Energean’s 100% interest in blocks 4218-30 and 4219-26. Hungary’s Russian gas imports still rising A working meeting between Alexey Miller, chairman of the Gazprom management committee, and Peter Szijjarto, minister of foreign affairs and trade of Hungary, took place today at the Energy Efficiency and Energy Development International Forum 'Russian Energy Week' in Moscow. Frontera Resources announces mobilization of workover rig in Georgia Frontera Resources Corp., a European focused independent oil and gas exploration and production company, is pleased to announce the mobilization of a workover rig to Ud-2 well, situated inside the 950 km2 Mtsare Khevi Gas Complex area located in onshore Block 12 in Georgia. Total chases growth with $5-billion purchase of Maersk Total agreed to buy the oil and gas unit of A.P. Moller-Maersk, the French company’s biggest acquisition since 1999. Turkish Prime Minister warns Cyprus of "untimely and dangerous" energy moves Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim on Thursday warned Cyprus its moves to explore for energy around the eastern Mediterranean were "untimely and dangerous," adding that Ankara would continue to protect the rights and interests of Turkish Cypriots. Hungary commits to Russia gas route as Poland looks to U.S. Hungary sees a new pipeline for Russian gas as the “only realistic” step toward energy diversification now, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on the same day Poland used a visit by U.S. President Donald Trump to announce plans to wean itself off fuel supplies from its Soviet-era master. Trump urges eastern Europe to loosen Russia's grip with U.S. gas President Donald Trump encouraged eastern European leaders worried about their dependence on Russian energy to buy U.S. gas instead. OPEC's loss is Poland's gain as shale boom tames inflation North America’s shale industry may be the swing producer in the oil market, but it’s becoming a dominant factor across the Atlantic for eastern Europe’s biggest importer of energy.