Rosneft posted a rise in profits in 2017
Net profit in the Q4 of 2017 more than doubled on the previous quarter.
Germany rejects sanctions call against Gerhard Schröder over Russia ties
German government rejected a call to impose EU sanctions on former chancellor Gerhard Schröder.
Cold weather in Europe continues to drive demand for Russian gas
In the 1st half of March 2018, exports to the Far Abroad countries grew by 29.4%.
Kazakhstan to break ground on Saryarka gas pipeline in July
Construction on the Saryarka gas pipeline will be launched in July.
Gazprom to purchase Siemens equipment for Grozny TPP
A working meeting between Alexey Miller and Joe Kaeser took place in St. Petersburg.
Polish PGNiG to cooperate with Pakistan's Mari Petroleum on upstream projects
PGNiG signed a Mou forging a strategic partnership with the 2nd largest gas producer in Pakistan.
New U.S. State Secretary сould discourage global oil output
Incoming State Secretary Mike Pompeo could change foreign policy in a way that could trigger the loss of 1.4 million barrels per day in global crude supply.
Russia will stick to the OPEC deal
Russia will continue to comply with the OPEC oil production cut deal.
Total and ADNOC sign offshore concession agreements in Emirate of Abu Dhabi
Total has signed two new 40-year concession agreements with the Supreme Petroleum Council of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates) and the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC).
Ukraine unveils feasibility study for solar farm in Chernobyl area
Ukraine unveiled a feasibility study for a project to build a solar farm.
Petrofac awarded $580 million EPC contract
Petrofac signed a binding letter of intent, for a contract worth around $580 million.
Russian gas export sets new records
Through late February and early March 2018, Gazprom setting new historical maximums of daily gas supplies.
Offshore oil treasures in eastern Mediterranean sea
With industry interest reawakened by recent deepwater, sub-salt gas finds offshore Israel, the eastern Mediterranean and Levantine Basin today loom large on the frontier exploration agenda.
Shell closes in on deal to supply Singapore with LNG
Shell is close to winning a deal to supply Singapore with LNG.
Russia and Ukraine to discuss latest gas dispute by end-March
Naftogaz and Gazprom will meet by the end of March to discuss the new dispute over gas supplies.
Balticconnector gas pipeline to cost €135 million on Estonian side
Elering announced investments of €135 million over the next few years.
Gazprom wants to move forward in Cuba and in Iran
Gazprom Neft is looking to expand its foreign operations into oil-rich Cuba and Iran, which are both hindered by trade sanctions, CEO Alexander Dyukov said Tuesday.
Vitaly Vasiliev, CEO of Gazprom Marketing & Trading in London, leaves company
The executive who spent more than a decade turning a Gazprom unit into a global energy trader has left the company.
Sebastian Kurz: Austria supports the Nord Stream 2 project
Vladimir Putin met for the 1st time the new Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz.
Russian car Lada have chances to be back on British market
Russia's Lada car may return to the British market after 13-year-old absence.
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