Shell, ExxonMobil and other oil companies will cut worldwide spending on exploration by 2.5 per cent in 2002, more than previously expected, according to a survey by Salomon Smith Barney.
Oil companies that raised budgets last year only to see prices collapse are more wary this year, said analysts. But the survey also pointed to an upturn in spending for 2003, with 42 per cent of respondents predicting growth of more than 10 per cent. Visit to
A US-based TV channel named curious details about the trials of the new Russian missile, such as, for example, the failed launch in October 2017
During the recent Helsinki summit, Russian President Vladimir Putin offered to hold a referendum in the Donbass. Trump asked not to voice this idea at the press conference
The International Olympic Committee is ready to take Russia back, the head of the organization Thomas Bach said