- Carbo Ceramics Takes “One Giant Leap” for U.S. Direct Investment in Russia’s Regions
- VP for Refining, Alexander Sapronov, Tells Why Rosneft is Best
Statoil commenced production of liquefied natural gas (LNG) at the Hammerfest LNG plant, northern Norway, on 13 September. After five years of development, the most northerly gas liquefaction plant in the world has come on stream.
Nord Stream has finalised the international tender to supply high-quality steel pipes for the first pipeline. The tender was awarded to EUROPIPE, the world’s largest pipe producer (Mülheim a.d. Ruhr, Germany), and to the Russian pipe mill OMK (Vyksa).
The Russian North Caspian hydrocarbon resources will be a supply base for the LUKOIL's petchem subsidiary in the south of Russia, especially on the Stavrolen plant.
On September 27, 2007 Tatneft and Shell Exploration Company B.V. concluded Agreement on Principles of Strategic Partnership.
TMK Group, a largest oil and gas pipe producers in the world, has announced that it will acquire service assets from Russian oil and gas giant TNK–ВР.
At the KIOGE-2007 Uzakbai Karabalin, head of KazMunaiGas, has announced of the new hydrocarbons discovered in the “Pearls” project.
Large oil and gas production projects worldwide are likely to continue to suffer delays owing to an expanding shortfall of qualified project engineering resources.
Stromneftemash, a division of Integra's Uralmash-VNIIBT Group is starting large-scale manufacturing of mobile cementing units, custom designed to suit the Russian oil and gas industry.
Leaders of the five nations around the Caspian Sea failed to divide the inland water body, a prize at the center of the global struggle for access to oil and natural gas
SPE 2008 Russian Oil and Gas Technical Conference & Exhibition, will be held on October 28-30, 2008, at Rossia Exhibition Complex, Moscow