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IdentifierDateEmbassyClassificationSubjectRedacted
02ABUJA30142002-11-05 13:27:00Embassy AbujaUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYNIGERIA: DESPITE UNTAPPED DAM, GOMBE STATE MOVING SLOWLY FORWARDNo
02ANKARA80182002-11-07 14:25:00Embassy AnkaraCONFIDENTIALTURKEY-GREECE GAS INTERCONNECT ADVANCES, BUT KEY STICKING POINT REMAINSNo
02HANOI27092002-11-08 04:47:00Embassy HanoiUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYVIETNAM-RUSSIA: STRONG BUT "PRAGMATIC" -- RELATIONSHIPNo
02ANKARA81412002-11-12 15:42:00Embassy AnkaraCONFIDENTIALMFA ON TURKEY-GREECE GAS INTERCONNECTNo
02AMMAN66492002-11-12 18:22:00Embassy AmmanCONFIDENTIALJORDAN BEGINS DISCUSSION OF 2003 OIL AND TRADE AGREEMENTS WITH IRAQNo
02TEGUCIGALPA31262002-11-14 22:15:00Embassy TegucigalpaUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYPRESIDENT MADURO RESPONDS TO COMMERCE SECRETARY EVANS ON AES BIDNo
02TEGUCIGALPA31842002-11-21 15:29:00Embassy TegucigalpaCONFIDENTIALAES AND ELECTRICITY TENDER: GOH AWARDS TO LUFUSSA DESPITE FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH BID REQUIREMENTSNo
02ANKARA85942002-11-25 14:09:00Embassy AnkaraCONFIDENTIALUNCERTAINTY FOR PENDING AND EXISTING BOT/TOR PROJECTS IN TURKEYNo
02TEGUCIGALPA32732002-12-03 21:08:00Embassy TegucigalpaUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYAES WILL CHALLENGE HONDURAN ELECTRICITY BID RESULTSNo
02AMMAN71302002-12-09 11:27:00Embassy AmmanSECRETJORDAN'S ENERGY MINISTER ON TANKERS AND PIPELINES AND PRICE HIKES (OH MY!)No
02ANKARA88632002-12-09 12:35:00Embassy AnkaraCONFIDENTIALIRAQ AND THE TURKISH GAS MARKETNo
02KUWAIT52962002-12-10 06:28:00Embassy KuwaitSECRETQATAR GAS TO KUWAITNo
02ANKARA89862002-12-16 13:17:00Embassy AnkaraCONFIDENTIALBP STILL ANALYZING COMMERCIAL VIABILITY OF SHAH DENIZNo
02KUWAIT54152002-12-17 07:29:00Embassy KuwaitCONFIDENTIALKUWAIT ACTING OIL MINISTER ON PROJECT KUWAIT, QATARI GASNo
02FRANKFURT118242002-12-20 15:23:00Consulate FrankfurtUNCLASSIFIEDGERMANY'S OLDEST POWER PLANT, OBRIGHEIM TO SHUT DOWN IN 2005: EXTENSION HARMED GREEN PARTY CREDIBILITY AND NUCLEAR PHASEOUT PLANSNo
02TEGUCIGALPA34162002-12-20 19:19:00Embassy TegucigalpaUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYENEE BOARD ANNULS BID FOR 210 MW CONTRACT; DECISION IN THE HANDS OF THE COUNCIL OF MINISTERSNo
02ANKARA91662002-12-30 05:48:00Embassy AnkaraCONFIDENTIALAMB. MANN'S VISIT TO TURKEYNo
02TEGUCIGALPA34792002-12-30 21:28:00Embassy TegucigalpaUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYADVOCACY CASE: GOVERNMENT TURNAROUND LEADS TO AES CONTRACT FOR 200 MW STARTING IN THREE YEARSNo
02TEGUCIGALPA34922002-12-31 18:06:00Embassy TegucigalpaUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYHONDURAS' PETROLEUM MARKET STABLE FOR NOW, DESPITE EVENTS IN VENEZUELANo
03ROME262003-01-03 16:44:00Embassy RomeCONFIDENTIALNORTH KOREA: ITALY FLOATS IDEA OF "HUMANITARIAN" OIL SHIPMENTNo
03LAGOS852003-01-12 09:24:00Consulate LagosUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYNIGERIA: BARKING DOWN A DRY WELL - FEW ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES FROM BAKASSI RULINGNo
03LAGOS992003-01-14 08:59:00Consulate LagosUNCLASSIFIEDNigeria: Biweekly Energy Report No. 1No
03ANKARA3432003-01-15 04:46:00Embassy AnkaraUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYGOT ANNOUNCES 2003 PRIVATIZATION PROGRAM - A GOOD STEP IN RIGHT DIRECTIONNo
03ANKARA3732003-01-15 14:17:00Embassy AnkaraUNCLASSIFIEDUSG SUPPORTS MANDIL FOR IEA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: TURKISH RESPONSENo
03ANKARA4002003-01-16 08:57:00Embassy AnkaraCONFIDENTIALTURKISH OFFICIALS QUESTION IRAQ IMPACT ON ENERGY INTERESTSNo
03ANKARA4162003-01-16 13:39:00Embassy AnkaraCONFIDENTIALTHE AK GOVERNMENT'S DOMESTIC ENERGY STRATEGY: WORK IN PROGRESSNo
03ANKARA5282003-01-22 14:27:00Embassy AnkaraCONFIDENTIALENERGY MINISTER GULER ON RUSSIAN GAS, BTCNo
03HANOI2082003-01-27 09:24:00Embassy HanoiUNCLASSIFIEDVIETNAM: SON LA DAM APPROVED BY NATIONAL ASSEMBLYNo
03ANKARA7532003-01-29 17:56:00Embassy AnkaraCONFIDENTIALBTC UPDATE FROM TURKEYNo
03ANKARA9352003-02-06 15:10:00Embassy AnkaraCONFIDENTIALTURKISH PETROLEUM OPTIMISTIC ABOUT BUSINESS IN A POST-SANCTIONS IRAQNo
03RANGOON1782003-02-10 02:52:00Embassy RangoonCONFIDENTIALBURMA'S ENERGY POLICY: BETTER LUCKY THAN GOODNo
03ANKARA10152003-02-11 08:32:00Embassy AnkaraCONFIDENTIALTURKEY: DEMARCHE ON SWITZERLAND'S PROPOSED CONFERENCE ON IRAQ DELIVEREDNo
03OTTAWA4122003-02-11 16:05:00Embassy OttawaUNCLASSIFIEDMANITOBA: NEW ELECTRICITY OPTIONSNo
03LAGOS3322003-02-14 13:07:00Consulate LagosCONFIDENTIALNIGERIA: PETROLEUM INDUSTRY REGULATORY BODY EMPLOYEES PLAN STRIKE ON FEBRUARY 14No
03HANOI3732003-02-16 01:22:00Embassy HanoiUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYJOINT RESEARCH ON HEALTH/ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF AGENT ORANGE/DIOXIN - AN ASSESSMENT OF VIETNAMESE ATTITUDESNo
03LAGOS3442003-02-18 16:14:00Consulate LagosUNCLASSIFIEDNIGERIA: DEPARTMENT OF PETROLEUM RESOURCES EMPLOYEES BEGIN STRIKENo
03OTTAWA4872003-02-20 15:01:00Embassy OttawaUNCLASSIFIEDBEAUFORT SEA LEASE SALE DEMARCHE DELIVEREDNo
03LAGOS3632003-02-21 06:31:00Consulate LagosUNCLASSIFIEDNIGERIA: NUPENG JOINS DEPARTMENT OF PETROLEUM RESOURES STRIKE AS TALKS BEGINNo
03ABUJA3852003-02-21 15:19:00Embassy AbujaCONFIDENTIALNIGERIA PROPOSES NEW OPEC QUOTA SCHEMENo
03ABUDHABI8892003-02-24 05:56:00Embassy Abu DhabiUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYUAE REITERATES A COMMITMENT TO MAINTAINING OIL SUPPLIESNo

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