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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Gazprom's (GAZP.MM) output in the last nine and a half months is up by 6.8 percent year on year and the Russian gas producer expects production close to 500 billion cubic metres (bcm) ...
The United States has been pressuring the European Union to diversify away from Russian gas, causing Germany to lash out at Washington over the unwanted interference
Shtokman was one of the last truly impressive discoveries of Soviet geology, and after years of indecision, Russia’s Gazprom is now looking to revive the field and make it one of their top LNG projects
From Jan. 1, 2020, the vast majority of vessels will be forced to curb consumption of the product, under rules set out by the International Maritime Organization. The biggest Russian manufacturers of the fuel, and the principal refineries they use, are detailed below, using data from CDU-TEK, part of the Energy Ministry. Rosneft is the nation’s biggest producer, with its refineries including Ryazan and Tuapse, accounting for more than 30 percent of the nation’s total supply.
ASHGABAT, Turkmenistan (AP) — The head of Russia's giant state-controlled gas company says it plans to resume imports from Turkmenistan after a three-year break over a pricing dispute.
Austria has moved to acquire Russian oil and gas assets, to the chagrin of some of its European neighbors. This transaction is a capitulation of a long asset swap dispute with Norway over OMV's Norwegian assets, which were originally earmarked to be swapped with Gazprom back in 2016.
Gazprom’s pivot to the east was seen by many as a new priority for the company, but its diversification of the western route is equally, if not more important
, for a candid conversation about the power that Russia has on the global energy landscape, on the back of the Moscow Exchange conference in New York. Novatek is Russia's largest independent natural gas producer, and the seventh largest publicly traded company globally by natural gas production volume. The unspoken agenda of the Trump Administration has been to undermine the efforts of the Nord Stream consortium for two purposes: 1) weaken Russian foothold in the European natural gas market and using sanctions to effect this, 2) position U.S. LNG market for European consumption at a moment when Russia is strengthening its global footprint.
The Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline is important to secure German energy supplies and Russia is a safe and reliable provider, Thomas Bareiss, Germany's state secretary for energy, said. U.S. President Donald Trump has said the project increases reliance on Russian gas and has warned Western firms invested in it that they are at risk of sanctions. Gas is due to start flowing to Europe through the pipeline at the end of 2019 and will allow Russia's Gazprom (GAZP.MM) to stop piping gas via Ukraine where it has clashed with authorities over pricing and other issues for years.
European efforts to import more liquefied natural gas are starting to pay off, moving the region further away from Russia’s energy orbit and potentially creating more opportunities for U.S. producers. Shifting to LNG has been a significant turning point for countries such as Lithuania and Poland, whose energy bills have fallen since they built LNG terminals in 2014 and 2016, respectively. The new LNG terminals on the Baltic Sea, Russia’s former backyard, are expected to prompt the opening of other European facilities that can turn to shipments of natural gas from places like the U.S. and Qatar, industry experts said.
The controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline project appears to be moving past the point of no return as Russia and Germany refuse to give in to external pressures
The U.S. senate has produced two bills that aim to further sanction Russia for its meddling in the U.S. elections, but these sanctions may end up being counter productive
Despite some regulatory headwinds, Gazprom continues to expand market share in Europe and profit from both higher gas prices and growing demand in this key market
In its latest move to secure Asian natural gas market share, Russia has just signed a huge deal with the world’s top LNG importer
Energy relations between China and Russia are growing stronger by the day, with a new natural gas pipeline being driven through due to growing geopolitical fears
As the Gastech conference begins this week in Barcelona, we focus on the geopolitically charged issue of increasing Russian exports of gas to Europe. With the U.S. Energy Information Agency (EIA) announcing that the U.S. has exceeded Russia's crude oil production for the first time since 1999, tensions between the U.S. and Russia continue on the back of last week's meeting between U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry and Alexander Novak, the Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation. Perry has warned that Moscow can no longer use energy as an economic weapon and that potential sanctions could come for building the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.
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As Europe braces for a tighter natural gas market this winter, additional flexibility in supply is most likely to come from Russia, and in specific by the turnkey Yamal LNG facility
Imagine a decade from now, U.S. giant Exxon Mobil Corp. has been knocked from its perch as the world’s largest oil company by its rival from tiny Portugal -- about 20 times smaller. It seems unlikely, but something equally strange has just happened in Russia. State-run Gazprom PJSC -- the world’s biggest natural gas producer -- was surpassed in market capitalization by the much smaller Novatek PJSC.
MOSCOW/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The Nord Stream 2 pipeline to transport Russian gas to Germany is progressing on schedule, its operator said on Friday, with European investors still committed to the project despite criticism from the United States and the threat of sanctions. Berlin and Moscow have been at odds since Russia annexed Crimea four years ago, but they have a common interest in the Nord Stream 2 project. The pipeline will allow Russia to bypass Ukraine, where its gas giant Gazprom has faced past disruptions.
Russia's Gazprom (GAZP.MM) said on Friday it was taking a pause in using some of its debt tools but the gas giant said it had not suspended its loans programme and still had access to private loans. Gazprom suspended its external borrowing programme this year because of a deepening legal dispute with Ukraine's Naftogaz over gas supplies, banking sources said this month. A London court in June froze the firm's assets in Britain at the request of Naftogaz.