Cyberattack Cripples Iranian Smart Fuel Stations

A cyberattack has paralyzed the Iranian smart fuel distribution network and caused massive transport disruptions. “The disruption at the refueling system of gas stations… in the past few hours, was caused by a cyberattack.Technical experts are fixing the problem and …

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Steam Leak Detected at Rostov Nuclear Plant

A Russian nuclear power station in the southern city of Rostov-on-Don activated emergency shutdown procedures after a steam leak was discovered. “Unit Two at Rostov Nuclear Power Plant has been shut down and put on maintenance because of a steam …

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Egypt, Greece, Cyprus Sign Energy Sharing Agreement

Egypt, Greece, and Cyprus signed an agreement on Oct. 19 that would link Egypt to the European Union’s energy market with an undersea cable across the Mediterranean. Presidents Abdel Fattah El-Sisi of Egypt and Nicos Anastasiades of Cyprus signed the …

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China Starts Unloading Australian coal Shipments Despite Import Ban

China has started unloading imported Australian coal that were left stashed outside Chinese ports for a year since Beijing blocked trades with Canberra. Traders report that some stranded cargoes of Australian thermal coal have been discharged to China last month …

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Taliban Stops Paying Foreign Energy Providers, Blackout Imminent

Afghanistan is facing imminent winter blackouts with the Taliban unable to pay foreign electricity suppliers, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal. About 70 percent of Afghanistan’s electricity relies on foreign companies, and former CEO of the country’s …

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