"I want to respond to everyone who thinks that Gazprom's projects are under threat – all of them are competitive and going to be implemented," announced Alexander Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of Gazprom, at the 19th Sakhalin Oil&Gas Conference in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Russia. Considering the fact that the level of uncertainty and disquiet in the Russian energy industry is only rising, this reassuring news was delivered at the right time.
The Asian market is one of the key priorities for Gazprom and Sakhalin's energy plays a significant role in the company's strategy. This year the Sakhalin II project is celebrating its 10th anniversary. It is one of the world's largest integrated,…
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