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2014-03-28 08:08:00

GAZPROM MAKES ARCTIC

GAZPROM MAKES ARCTIC

OE.  Sarah Parker Musarra examines the offshore developments that helped make 2013 a banner year for Russia's Gazprom.
Located in one of the richest hydrocarbon countries in the world, a cursory glance at Gazprom's performance in the second half of 2013 shows it aggressively pursuing more difficult, technically advanced projects.
Russia is home to the world's largest natural gas reservers, according to the US Energy Information Administration. It is the world's second-largest producer of the dry natural gas and the third-largest producer of liquid fuels. Yet,…

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