| 11.02.2014GOMEL, 5 February (BelTA) - New caterpillar fodder harvesters designed by Gomselmash' central design office specializing in grain and fodder harvesters will help Amur Oblast to develop dairy farming, Deputy Premier of Amur Oblast Vladislav Bakumenko told BelTA in Gomel on 5 February. Vladislav Bakumenko leads the Amur Oblast delegation that is on an official visit to Gomel Oblast. At present Amur Oblast is actively promoting dairy farming, which requires an additional amount of fodder harvesters.
| 11.02.2014GOMEL, 3 February (BelTA) - The Belarusian industrial group Belorusneft has started taking seismic measurements in Russia's Western Siberia, the company's press service told BelTA. The work is part of the contract signed with the Russian company Geoseis Technology. The Russian company is part of the holding company Geoseis and performs geological prospecting, geophysical and geochemical research concerning the exploration and reproduction of mineral resources.
| 23.01.2014GOMEL, 22 January (BelTA) - The chambers of commerce and industry of Gomel Oblast and Bryansk Oblast of Russia intend to develop cooperation in part of organizing exhibitions and fairs, and bolster ties in innovation activities and business education, President of the Bryansk Oblast Chamber of Commerce and Industry Tatiana Suvorova told BelTA in Gomel on 22 January. ?We would like to see more Belarusian manufacturers to participate in exhibitions and fairs held in Bryansk Oblast.
| 17.01.2014GOMEL, 16 January (BelTA) - The Belarusian public prosecution service will give the legal evaluation of some contracts that Belarusian companies have signed with foreign suppliers of equipment. The information was released by Prosecutor General of Belarus Alexander Konyuk in Dobrush on 16 January. The official was in Gomel Oblast on a working trip to get familiar with the state of affairs in the woodworking industry, BelTA has learned.
| 13.01.2014GOMEL, 11 January (BelTA) ? The industrial group Belorusneft plans to extract 1.65 million tonnes of oil in 2014 or as much as it did in 2013, the company?s press service told BelTA. Oil extraction in Belarus peaked in 1976 and has been falling ever since. Specialists believe that it will be possible to stop the trend brought about by the reduction of the extractable resources and the rising amount of difficult oil.