All publications by tag «RUSSIA»
2020, October, 28, 13:45:00RUSSIAN ARCTIC STRATEGY 2035
Opportunities include further development of hydrocarbons reserves in Russia's Arctic offshore zone, which contains over 85.1 trillion cubic meters of natural gas, and 17.3 billion mt of crude and condensate.
2020, October, 22, 14:55:00NORD STREAM 2: THE NEW SANCTIONS
A little over 150 km of Nord Stream 2 remains to be laid in Danish and German waters, but with the political debate becoming ever more frenzied, it remains unclear how and when the pipeline will be completed.
2020, October, 21, 17:05:00RUSSIA'S NUCLEAR EXPANSION
Russia's Rosatom has entered a competition to establish a nuclear power plant in Saudi Arabia, as part of Rosatom’s global expansion.
2020, October, 21, 17:00:00NORD STREAM 2 UNSCHEDULED
A little over 150 km of Nord Stream 2 remains to be laid in Danish and German waters after an initial threat of US sanctions last December forced principal pipe-layer Allseas to halt work.
2020, October, 20, 15:35:00OPEC+ STABILIZE OIL MARKET
OPEC and 10 partners are set to ease their 7.7 million b/d collective production cuts by about a quarter to 5.8 million b/d at the start of 2021,
2020, October, 15, 13:40:00RUSSIA'S DRILLING WILL DOWN
The Russian oil-service market may halve in 2020-2021 compared to last year,
2020, October, 15, 13:35:00RUSSIA'S GAS TO EUROPE UP
Russia's gas supplies to Germany rose by 10.4% in annual terms in this August.
2020, October, 14, 12:00:00OIL DEMAND WILL UP: 2020
OPEC and its allies, including Russia, are in the midst of a historic supply accord enacted during the depths of the coronavirus market meltdown
2020, October, 12, 11:50:00OPEC+ PRODUCTION: 99%
OPEC's 13 members produced 24.34 million b/d in September, a fall of 30,000 b/d from August, while its nine partners, including Russia, produced 12.72 million b/d, an addition of 50,000 b/d.
2020, October, 8, 12:45:00NORD STREAM 2: POLISH PENALTY
UOKiK said its own investigation had shown that Gazprom, France's Engie, Austria's OMV, Shell, and Germany's Uniper and Wintershall Dea had concluded a number of agreements regarding financing for Nord Stream 2 without having first obtained its approval to establish a joint venture for the project.