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13.03.2014 Russian authorities, VTB to invest in Arctic environment

The Russian natural resources ministry, the Nordic Environment Finance Corporation (NEFCO) and VTB bank on March 12 signed an agreement on sharing functions in supporting projects of the Arctic Council.

21.02.2014 Tatneft managers meet Russian natural resources minister

Nail Maganov, General Director of Tatneft, participated in the working meeting held by Sergey Donskoy, Minster of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation, Tatneft’s press office said on February 20.

19.02.2014 Russia may become nation richest in oil reserves

Russia may become nation number one by oil reserves if non-traditional oil reserves are officially confirmed, Itar-Tass has cited natural resources minister Sergey Donskoy as saying.

14.02.2014 Russian natural resources ministry to come up with simpler licensing rules

The Russian natural resources ministry is going to submit proposals for simplifying licensing rules for natural resources developers to the Russian government by February 18.

11.02.2014 Russian natural resources ministry suggests tax deductions to stimulate exploration

The Russian natural resources ministry has suggested that geological exploration should be eligible to tax deductions, minister Sergey Donskoy said in an interview with Gazeta.ru.

01.11.2013 Gazprom Wins Drilling Licenses in Russian Arctic

The Russian gas monopoly appears to be the winner in the latest round of licenses issued by federal authorities, Barents Observer reported on October 31.

12.07.2013 Today Russia To Present Full Information on Oil Reserves For First Time

Russian Natural Resources Minister Sergey Donskoy will present full information on Russian oil and gas condensate reserves for the first time since the repeal of the decision making this data a state secret.

24.05.2013 Russia Seeks Arctic Energy Reconciliation

The Russian Ministry of Natural Resources is taking efforts to overcome the growing conflict of interest between the two Russian state-controlled energy giants, Barents Observer reports.