The head of Russia’s oil major Rosneft, Igor Sechin, has not ruled out that his company might acquire more oil and gas assets next year, Itar-Tass reported on December 21.
Moody’s International Rating Agency announced on December 17 that it affirmed Rosneft's Baa1 credit rating and upgraded outlook to stable, Rosneft’s press office has reported.
Tyumen Region Governor Vladimir Yakushev and Rosneft head Igor Sechin have signed a long-term cooperation agreement in Moscow.
State-owned Rosneft looks set to take over a majority stake in the Murmansk Transport Hub and to invest in new regional terminal facilities, Barents Observer reported on December 12. But the company first wants to find oil in the Kara Sea.
Statoil and Rosneft on December 6 signed the Shareholders and Operating Agreement for a joint venture to assess the feasibility of commercial production from the Domanik shale formation.
As early as 2014 Rosneft and NOVATEK could be granted the right to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) by-passing Gazprom.
Rosneft state-owned oil-and-gas company considers buying share in the Lisichansk Oil Refinery in Ukraine, Itar-Tass reported on December 3.
Russian oil major Rosneft has sold 9.9% in RN Holding, earlier known as TNK-BP Holding, publicly at a market price, Rosneft CEO Igor Sechin said late on December 2, Prime reported on December 3.
Until recently, the situation with the supply of Russian crude oil to Belarusian refineries has been developing quite predictably. Certain problems in relations between the partners emerged solely in terms of coordinating the quarterly supplies and the annual balance.
Rosneft President Igor Sechin, Kazakh state company KazMunayGas board chairman Sauat Mynbayev and KazTransOil President Kairgeldy Kabyldin have signed a framework contract to pump oil through Kazakhstan and on relevant guarantees, RBK has reported.