Seacrest Capital seeks more Norway, UK oil deals
OSLO, June 22 (Reuters) - Oil and gas-focused private equity firm Seacrest Capital is planning more offshore deals in Norway after buying stakes in two fields from Royal Dutch Shell this week, and is also seeking deals in Britain, a partner at the company said on Friday.
Russian fan who groped female World Cup reporter on air apologizes for 'unsuccessful joke'
A Russian soccer fan who sexually assaulted a female World Cup reporter apologized Thursday in a taped Skype conversation, calling his groping and kissing of Julieth Gonzlez Thern during a live broadcast last week an "unsuccessful joke." Gonzlez Thern was reporting on the tournament from Saransk, R
UPDATE 1-India looks to revive rupee payment system for Iran oil...
NEW DELHI, June 22 (Reuters) - India is looking to revive a rupee trade mechanism to settle part of its oil payments to Iran, fearing foreign channels to pay Tehran might choke under pressure from U.S. sanctions, two government sources said.
Putin, Moon agree that Trump-Kim summit to help denuclearization
MOSCOW/SEOUL (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin and South Korean President Moon Jae-in agreed on Friday to support "efforts to establish complete denuclearization on the Korean peninsula" following the U.S.-North Korea summit last week. Russian President Vladimir Putin and South Korean Pr
UPDATE 1-Austria's Lenzing and Brazil's Duratex to build $1 bln...
VIENNA, June 22 (Reuters) - Austrian cellulose fibres producer Lenzing and Brazilian wood panels maker Duratex plan to build a $1 billion dissolving wood pulp plant in Brazil, the companies said.