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29.05.2014 Over 250 hydrocarbon deposits discovered in Russia in 2009-2013 - minister

The hike in the public and private investments in the sector made it possible to discover more than 250 new hydrocarbon-bearing fields in the period from 2009 through 2013, Russia’s Natural Resource Minister Sergei Donskoy noted in his address to the Federation Council,

15.04.2014 Putin wants external borders in Sea of Okhotsk

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a list of instructions on the issue of Russia's rights to the continental shelf in the northern and central parts of the Sea of Okhotsk, Interfax reported on April 14.

01.04.2014 Russia’s Rosneft, Norway’s Statoil discuss cooperation

Rosneft chairman Igor Sechin has met with Statoil executive director Helge Lund in Norway. They discussed joint projects in the Barents Sea (Perseyevsky) and the Sea of Okhotsk (Magadan-1, Lisyansky and Kashevarovsky).

18.03.2014 UN says oil and gas field in Sea of Okhotsk belongs to Russia

The UN commission for continental shelf has ruled that a 52,000-sq.km field in the central part of the Sea of Okhotsk shall belong to Russia, RBC has reported.

28.02.2014 Gazprom moves offshore activities away from Barents – Norwegian newspaper

Gazprom is moving its main offshore development company to the Russian Pacific coast, Barents Observer reported on February 28. At the same time, a new unit is established in Murmansk.

30.08.2013 Rosneft Backs Off From Barents Sea Licenses

Russian state oil company Rosneft calls back applications for eight licenses in the Barents Sea because of disagreements with Gazprom.

08.07.2013 Statoil, Rosneft move forward with exploration cooperation

Statoil and Rosneft have signed agreements that complete the contractual framework of their Joint Venture to explore offshore frontier areas in the Sea of Okhotsk and in the Barents Sea, Statoil reported in a news release.

21.06.2013 Statoil, Rosneft Move Forward With Exploration Cooperation

Statoil and Rosneft today signed agreements that complete the contractual framework of their Joint Venture to explore offshore frontier areas in the Sea of Okhotsk and in the Barents Sea, Statoil reported in a news release.