More than 15 million tons of oil will be shipped through the Barents Sea in 2009, the authors of a new oil transport report say. In 2015, oil shipments in the area could amount to more than 100 million tons.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev intends to raise issues of energy and of the Arctic when he meets with Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg in May.
The Board of Directors
Gazprom is still prioritizing Shtokman in its strategy and budget update presented in London yesterday.
The Shtokman Development AG has agreed with the Kolenergo company about power supplies to the planned Shtokman housing complexes in Teriberka on the Barents Sea coast. The construction of the housing is to start this fall.
The Russian insurance company SOGAZ has signed an agreement on the insurance of two semi-submersible rigs to be used in the Shtokman project.
to build an oil refinery in the village of Teriberka on the Barents Sea coast. The refinery will handle oil from the Prirazlomnoe and Dolginskoe fields, general director of Gazprom-subsidiary Sevmorneftegaz confirms.
Ewgeny Nikora and Grigory Stratiy discussed live issues of the current interaction between the Association and the Duma, as well as prospects for association
The Barents Sea can provide major amounts of additional natural gas to energy-hungry Europe. The key lays in a close cooperation between non-EU members Norway and Russia.
The Gazprom Management Committee took notice of the information regarding Gazprom
The Shtokman Development AG has decided not to use the LNG technology applied in StatoilHydro
Russian gas major Gazprom has signed an agreement with state nuclear energy company Rosatom on cooperation in the Shtokman project, as well as in fields in the Yamal Peninsula.
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has signed a decree on implementation of the project "Development of Murmansk Transport Hub". The decree entitles involved federal bodies to buy or expropriate land plots.
The Shtokman Development Company wants the state to introduce tax exemption for the companies developing offshore gas fields. Among the tax benefits should be no value added tax on advanced import goods like LNG-technology, company leader Yuri Komarov says.
The 19th of November 2008 the Gazprom Headquarters hosted a working meeting between Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Company
Russian geologists believe there is a good chance to find oil and gas outside the coast of Spitsbergen in the Arctic. However, Norwegian authorities are unlikely to allow such activity.
-Does the EU need more gas from Russia, or not? Gazprom
The Russian state might allow oil and gas companies to reduce exploration activities with 50 percent in 2009. That means less drilling also on the Arctic shelf.
ConocoPhillips CEO Jim Mulva yesterday met with Gazprom
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