Russian state-controlled oil company Rosneft and U.S.
The Russian government has approved a draft law cancelling gas giant Gazprom’s export monopoly by allowing other firms to export liquefied natural gas (LNG), Prime on October 30 cited Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev as saying.
Gazprom said on October 29 its board of directors took note of the information concerning the Company's development strategy over a long-term period.
The Russian government’s legislative commission has approved a bill to liberalize of liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports, according to a statement released on the government’s web site on October 29, Prime has reported.
Argentina's state-run energy firm YPF has picked BP to supply the bulk of its liquefied natural gas (LNG) needs in 2014 and 2015 following a major recent tender, MercoPress reported on October 23, citing media sources in Buenos Aires.
NOVATEK and CNPC have signed a framework agreement on LNG deliveries from Yamal-LNG to PetroChina.
The document was signed during an official visit of Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev to China, Business Tass has reported.
Gazprom said on October 23 that it delivered a presentation of the Vladivostok-LNG project in Vladivostok on the Russky Island. The presentation was intended for prospective purchasers of LNG and partners from Japan.
NOVATEK announced on October 22 the conclusion of Heads of Agreement for the supply of liquefied natural gas (LNG) between Yamal LNG and China National Petroleum Corporation (“CNPC”).
The Russian government will approve exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) produced by the Yamal LNG plant controlled by Novatek and the plants of oil major Rosneft starting from January 2014, Prime has reported, citing Energy Minister Alexander Novak as saying on Octobe
Yamal LNG has been allowed to build infrastructure, install production facilities and a liquification plant, as well as to dispatch LNG and gas condensate to customers.