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Gazprom may Boost Production Capacity for Long-Term Gas Deals

Russia’s gas giant Gazprom could increase production capacity if it sees higher demand for volumes under long-term supply contracts from Europe, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak said on Friday. Speaking about Gazprom’s production facilities and deliveries to Europe in September, Novak told Russian news outlet Business FM that production …

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Russia’s Gazprom to Launch Gas-Based Hydrogen Project

Russian gas giant, Gazprom, said it signed an agreement with Russian “of intent on hydrogen energy” aimed at technologies for hydrogen production with natural gas processing. “Alexander Novak, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, and Oleg Aksyutin, Deputy Chairman of the Management Committee – Head of Department at Gazprom, …

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Lukoil Buys Shah Deniz Stake for $2.25B

Lukoil has concluded a deal for acquiring 15.5 percent interest in the Shah Deniz gas project in the Caspian Sea from Malaysian giant Petronas. Russian oil and gas company Lukoil has concluded a deal for acquiring 15.5 percent interest in the Shah Deniz gas project in the Azerbaijan part of …

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Qatar Petroleum Confirms First Chinese LNG Carrier Orders

Qatar Petroleum has ordered its first Chinese-built gas carriers, opting for four LNG carriers from Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding in a deal worth approximately $770m. These four carriers are the first batch of orders in Qatar Petroleum’s massive LNG shipbuilding program, which will cater for future LNG fleet requirements for the North …

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Lukoil to Acquire Caspian Sea Interest from BP

PJSC Lukoil agreed to acquire a 25% participating interest in the Shallow Water Absheron Peninsula (SWAP) exploration project in the Azerbaijan sector of the Caspian Sea from bp. The SWAP project area, south of the Absheron peninsula, lies in water depths up to 40 m. In 2016, a 3D seismic …

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