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Novatek looks for a niche for volumes from Yamal LNG

Novatek wants to sell some of the additional volumes from Yamal LNG through medium-term contracts.

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Japan can finance LNG terminal on the Kamchatka peninsula

The State-owned Japanese Bank for International Ccooperation (JBIC) can participate in financing of a project of a terminal for storage and transshipment of liquefied natural gas in Ka

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Russian-Japanese investment fund to take part in creation of chemical cluster

The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF), a sovereign fund of the Russian Federation, announces the joining of the Russian-Japanese Investment Fund (established by the RDIF, Japan Bank for Interna

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JBIC may finance the third stage of Sakhalin-2’s LNG plant and Amur gas processing plant

The Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) can take part in financing the construction of the third stage at the LNG plant of the Sakhalin-2 project and the Amur gas processing plant.

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Total’s CEO is about to obtain credit from Japan for “Yamal LNG” project

During several months the French oil-and-gas company Total plans to obtain loan from the Japanese banks for the implementation of large-scale project “Yamal LNG”, Patrick Pouyanné, Chief Executive Officer said in an interview to the newspaper “Nihon Keizai” (“Nikkei”).

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In the next few days, FAS intends to initiate proceedings against Sakhalin-Energy because of its refusal to connect Rosneft to pipeline of Sakhalin-2

In the coming days, the Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) of Russia intends to initiate proceedings against Sakhalin Energy because of its refusal to connect Rosneft to the pipeline of Sakhalin-2.
"The proceedings will be initiated today or tomorrow," - said the official representative of the FAS.
As the ITAR-TASS reported earlier, on August 6h, the FAS promised to take a stand on the access of Rosneft to the gas transportation system of Sakhalin-2 in a few weeks. The Service considered the Rosneft’s application on thenviolation of antitrust laws by Sakhalin Energy regarding the access to the gas transmission system of the Sakhalin-2 project and warned Sakhalin Energy about need to consider the Rosneft’s applications in the period until July 31st of 2014.

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