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Rosneft Designs Synthetic Crude Oil Unit

Scientists of the Rosneft United Research and Development Centre have developed a laboratory unit designed to convert methane to synthetic liquid hydrocarbons. The unit has successfully completed a synthetic oil production run, and the Company’s technology for obtaining synthetic oil from associated petroleum gas has undergone a series of expert …

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Russia’s Lukoil Plans Iraq Oil Output Boost

Lukoil PJSC is seeking to develop new oilfield projects in Iraq even as slumping crude prices and OPEC+ supply cuts have compelled the company to slash production in the country. Russia’s second-biggest oil producer pumped 400,000 barrels a day last year at its West Qurna 2 project in southern Iraq, …

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China Boosts Daily Gas Intake from Gazprom by 20%

China appetite for Russian gas is surging, with daily supplies from the Power of Siberia pipeline exceeding its contractual volumes by 20%, Kallanish Energy reports. Russian gas giant Gazprom said in a note on Monday that it continues increasing its gas supplies to China via the pipeline, with volumes from …

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Nord Stream 2 Project Will Be Completed

In mid-September, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov warned against politicising the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project, which he said is profitable for both Russia and the EU. The statement came amid Berlin’s threats to freeze the project due to Moscow’s alleged role in the purported poisoning of Russian opposition figure …

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