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2019-02-22 12:05:00

NIGERIA NEED $20 BLN

NIGERIA NEED $20 BLN

REUTERSNigeria has ordered foreign oil and gas companies to pay nearly $20 billion in taxes it says are owed to local states, industry and government sources said, in a move that could deter investment in Africa's largest economy.

In a letter sent to the companies earlier this year via a debt-collection arm of the government, Nigerian National Petroleum Corp (NNPC) cited what it called outstanding royalties and taxes for oil and gas production.

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NIGERIA NEED $20 BLN
2019, March, 20, 10:50:00

ИНВЕСТИЦИОННЫЕ ПРОЕКТЫ ГАЗПРОМА

Совет директоров ПАО «Газпром» одобрил проводимую компанией работу по реализации крупнейших инвестиционных проектов. В числе приоритетных направлений деятельности компании — Восточная газовая программа.

NIGERIA NEED $20 BLN
2019, March, 20, 10:45:00

РУССКИЙ ГАЗ ДЛЯ СЕРБИИ

В 2018 году «Газпром» поставил в Сербию 2,15 млрд куб. м газа — на 1,2% больше чем в 2017 году (2,12 млрд куб. м).

NIGERIA NEED $20 BLN
2019, March, 20, 10:40:00

EUROPE'S GAS SECURITY

IEA - At the moment, Russia is sending record volumes to Europe while LNG utilisation rates remain relatively low. Limits to European production capacity and import infrastructure (with over half of pipelines operating at monthly peaks above 80%) may contribute to market tightness over the coming years, particularly if Asia continues to absorb the ramp up in global LNG liquefaction capacity.

NIGERIA NEED $20 BLN
2019, March, 20, 10:35:00

S.KOREA'S LNG WILL UP

The South Korean government Tuesday gave its final approval to lower taxes on LNG used for power production by 75%, and raise those on thermal coal by 28% from April 1, in a move likely to boost downstream gas consumption.

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