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Analytics // Projects

Vietnam and Russia expand joint South China Sea gas projects

Vietnam and Russia are working closely together on gas projects in the South China Sea.

03 December 2018 , 00:03Neftegaz.RU1890

Analyst explains role of different countries in Turkish Stream

Gazprom announced plans to extend the Turkish Stream pipeline to Bulgaria, then Serbia, Hungary and Slovakia.

26 November 2018 , 00:03Neftegaz.RU1510

TurkStream good solution for Russia to boost gas exports to southern Europe

The TurkStream highlighted as a lucrative way for Russia to further expand into European markets.

08 October 2018 , 00:02Neftegaz.RU2700

Bulgaria is helping Russia bypass Ukrainian gas transit

Russia’s plans to double the capacity of the Nord Stream encouraged Bulgaria to develop a regional gas hub with Russian help.

16 July 2018 , 00:02Margarita AssenovaNeftegaz.RU3590

The future of Yamal LNG in the Asia-Pacific market

Despite difficult permafrost conditions and financial limitations imposed by US sanctions, Yamal LNG was finished on time and on budget.

26 February 2018 , 00:02Maria ShaginaNeftegaz.RU5530

Tajikistan’s newest hydropower project

The 1st turbines at Roghun hydropower plant are set to go into operation on November 16 - in tribute to President Emomali Rahmon.

05 February 2018 , 00:04Neftegaz.RU6320

Kazakhstan announces plans for more renewables, but fossil fuels likely to dominate in foreseeable future

Kazakhstan is rich in fossil fuels, but that is not stopping its scientists, engineers and policymakers from «going green».

29 January 2018 , 00:05Aygerim SarymbetovaNeftegaz.RU6400

The geopolitics of Poland’s «3 Seas Initiative»

Poland's initiative to date is a thinly-disguised geopolitical attempt to create a counter to the influence of both Russia to the east and of Germany to her west.

11 December 2017 , 00:03F. William Engdahl, Global ResearchNeftegaz.RU7840

Russia’s comeback in the LNG race

In a little more than a month's time, Russia will formalize its claim for a bigger role in the ever-expanding global LNG market.

04 September 2017 , 00:02Viktor KatonaNeftegaz.RU11590

The status of Chinese–Russian energy cooperation in the Arctic

China has increased its focus on and engagement in the Arctic over the past decade.

15 May 2017 , 00:03Ekaterina KlimenkoNeftegaz.RU10730

When will Russia run out of oil?

On a global level, 2015 and 2016 marked the lowest level of new conventional oil discoveries since 1952.

10 April 2017 , 00:02Viktor KatonaNeftegaz.RU8550

The beginning of the end for Europe’s natural gas war

Gazprom is on the verge of striking a deal with EU regulators to settle a half-decade old dispute over natural gas pricing, and the resolution could change the way Gazprom does business and lead to lower gas prices for much of Eastern Europe.

31 October 2016 , 00:06Nick CunninghamNeftegaz.RU9100

Can consumers help to accommodate more renewables?

Renewable energy generation is being rolled out across Europe at unprecedented rates as the shift to green energy gathers momentum.

01 June 2016 , 10:11Neftegaz.RU7130

Electricity Deregulation Another Step in Market Reforms

Following in the footsteps of its European neighbors, Russia has set up a new spot wholesale power market, where for the first time, electricity can be traded at free market prices. With Russia?s electricity market not due to be fully deregulated until 2006, trade on the new exchange is limited to between 5% and 15% of a generator?s output.
19 November 2003 , 23:00Sam MaxwellNeftegaz.ru15870

The Second International Investment Forum in KhMAO

The second international investment forum in KhMAO has showed that Russias economy is developing...
02 October 2003 , 15:42Nana BendukizeNeftegaz.Ru16520

Investment Forum in Khanty-Mansiysk

Today, the International Investment Forum ?Russia: oil, energy, progress? was opened in Khanty-Mansiysk. The audience is international, including participants from Russia, CIS countries, USA, Canada, Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Switzerland.
25 September 2003 , 00:00Tatyana ZaharovaNeftegaz.Ru15950

Is The Russian Chinese Pipeline Dying?

Last May, the Russian government decided to build a 2?400 kilometer-long crude pipeline in order to transport Siberian oil to Daqing in China, which is the world?s third-largest oil consumer. A plan to construct a 1 million barrel per day extension to the Russian port of Narkhodka, from where oil could be shipped to Japan was put on hold until there would be more oil discoveries in Siberia.
19 September 2003 , 00:00Tatyana ZaharovaNeftegaz.Ru13800

A New Russian Giant Pipeline Project

Russia, China and South Korea are to sign an agreement next October in Irkutsk which should pave the way for a feasibility study for Russia?s first gas pipeline to Asia. The new link will connect China and South Korea to the giant Kovykta gas field in Siberia.
25 August 2003 , 00:00Andreas WildNeftegaz.ru13880

Who Is The New Russian Owner Of Chelsea?

When Roman Abramovich announced last week that he is to purchase the British soccer club Chelsea for $233 million, he sent shock waves through the British soccer community. Everybody wanted more information about the oligarch, who is the second richest man in Russia, with a fortune amounting to $5.
09 July 2003 , 00:00Tatyana ZaharovaNeftegaz.Ru13850

MIOGE 2003 On The Way To Uniform The Global Information Space

The 7th Moscow international exhibition oil and gas 2003 was held from 24 to 27 June in the Moscow Expocenter.
03 July 2003 , 17:23Paderina NadezhdaNeftegaz.Ru14300

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