LNG

Russia plans to boost LNG output

If realised, Russia’s plans for new liquefaction projects could see the country become the world’s fourth-largest LNG producer in 10 years’ time.

By Tom Hoskyns 23 March 2017
Policy & Regulation

Blue Stream export duty gas needs agreement with Turkey

Introducing export duties for gas deliveries to Turkey via the Blue Stream pipeline requires changes to an intergovernmental Russo-Turkish agreement on gas supply.

15 June 2011
Supply & Demand

Latest round of Gazprom, CNPC talks end in deadlock

The latest round of talks between Gazprom and China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), held in Beijing on 7-9 June, have ended in deadlock, with Gazprom Deputy CEO Alexander Medvedev extending an invitation to continue talks in Moscow on 14 June.

10 June 2011
Supply & Demand

Gazprom has no plans to alter Ukraine gas price formula

Gazprom is not planning to change the price formula for gas sold to Ukraine and will not couple it to other fuels, chief executive Alexei Miller said in Sochi on Monday.

6 June 2011
Companies & Finance

Total representative to replace Dmitriyev on Novatek board

A representative of France’s Total will replace Vnesheconombank chairman, Vladimir Dmitriyev, on the board of directors at gas producer, Novatek.

3 June 2011
The Shtokman gas field has been named as the main supplier of LNG in three preliminary agreements. (PA) Exploration & Production

Shtokman volumes underpin Gazprom MOUs with India

The Shtokman gas field in the Barents Sea is the main resource base underpinning a series of three preliminary agreements between Gazprom and Indian groups GAIL, Gujarat State Petroleum Company and Petronet LNG.

3 June 2011
Exploration & Production

Sakhalin-1 gas production to begin 2016-2017

Natural gas production under the Sakhalin-1 project will begin no earlier than 2016-2017, Gazprom Deputy CEO Alexander Ananenkov said at a press conference today. He added that production might amount to 8 billion cubic metres.

2 June 2011
A line of pipe-laying cranes carrying gas pipes prior to a connection ceremony of a new pipeline in Russia's northern Yamal Peninsula. (PA) LNG

Indian bidders enter frame for Yamal LNG

A consortium of Indian companies has bid for a stake in Novatek’s Yamal LNG project, hoping to snap up a portion of the 29% holding the Russian company is preparing to offload.

31 May 2011
Exploration & Production

Indian consortium bids for 15% stake in Yamal LNG

A consortium of Indian companies, ONGC Videsh, Gail and Petronet LNG, is preparing a non-binding, indicative bid for a 15% stake in Yamal LNG, the Hindustan Times reported on Thursday.

31 May 2011
LNG

Yamal LNG capacity may triple with gas from nearby fields

The capacity of the Yamal LNG project may be tripled to handle natural gas from nearby fields, the head of finance and strategic development at Novatek, Kirill Yanovsky, said at parliamentary hearings on the gas industry in the State Duma.

31 May 2011
Policy & Regulation

KazMunaiGas and Norwegian Carbon Limits agree to co-operate

Kazakhstan's National Company KazMunaiGas (KMG) and Norway’s Carbon Limits AS have signed a memorandum of co-operation for climate change and carbon project management in the oil and gas sector, KMG stated.

31 May 2011
While Oettinger pledged to support South Stream in its administrative processes in the EU, he questioned the practicality of the project. (PA) Pipelines, Storage & Power

Oettinger raises questions over South Stream project

The European Commissioner for Energy, Günther Oettinger, this week raised questions over Gazprom’s proposed 63 bcm/year South Stream gas pipeline to Europe and asked whether the state monopoly planned to allow all shippers to book capacity on the pipeline as required by European Union law.

31 May 2011
Royal Dutch Shell moved to capitalise on the impasse reached between BP and Rosneft by holding talks over Arctic Sea exploration with the Russian company in Moscow. (PA) Exploration & Production

Royal Dutch Shell’s Russian talks compounds BP misery

Royal Dutch Shell moved to capitalise on the impasse reached between BP and Rosneft by holding talks over Arctic Sea exploration with the Russian company in Moscow.

27 May 2011
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Gazprom boosts underground gas storage expansion

Gazprom plans to spend around 250 billion rubles ($8.81 billion) over the next four years to develop its underground gas storage (UGS) system. The deputy head of Gazprom UGS, Alexei Zubarev, said at a Russian underground gas storage conference this week.

25 May 2011
Supply & Demand

Russia, EU need to reconcile gas forecasts

Russia and the EU need to agree similar forecasts for European gas demand, Russian Deputy Energy Minister Anatoly Yanovsky said at the Russia-EU Energy Dialog conference in Berlin on 19 May.

20 May 2011
Supply & Demand

Gazprom increases 2011 gas exports

Gazprom has increased its gas-export target for 2011 from 151.5 billion cubic metres to 155 bcm, the company’s deputy CEO, Alexander Medvedev, said at the European Gas Storage Conference.

19 May 2011
Yurkharovskoye, a major gas field owned by Novatek. (Novatek) LNG

Novatek first quarter profits rise but seeks more Yamal partners

While recording a jump in profits as rising oil and gas prices and increasing output boosted first quarter earnings, Novatek is keen to farm out another 29% of the Yamal project to about two or three

18 May 2011
Supply & Demand

Russia's natural gas output up 4.5% in first half 2011

Russia's natural gas production rose by 4.5% year-on-year in the first half of 2011, the Central Dispatching Department of the Fuel and Energy Complex says.

7 May 2011
Policy & Regulation

Russia’s FAS to investigate top pipeline producers

Russia’s Federal Anti-Monopoly Services (FAS) has launched an investigation against four of Russia’s leading producers of large-diameter pipes accusing the companies of breaching competition regulations in the supply of large-diameter pipes to gas giant Gazprom.

27 October 2010

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