LNG

Largest LNG Plant in Russia Produces 11% More Gas

Yamal LNG, controlled by NOVATEK, produced 18.4 million tons of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in 2019. This is 11% more than the design capacity of the plant.

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NOVATEK and Rosatom pick up Chukotka

NOVATEK and Rosatom may compete with RusHydro in the construction of 250 MW of new energy capacities in Chukotka.

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Novatek increased gas production by 8.6% and oil production by 2.9% in 2019

In 2019, the volume of gas and liquid hydrocarbons produced by Novatek, including its share in joint ventures, increased by 8.6% and 2.9%, respectively, compared to 2018.

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The fourth line of Yamal LNG project is delayed: Novatek postpones its launch to the third quarter

Problems related to the need to replace process pipes on the fourth line of the Yamal LNG liquefaction plant turned out to be more serious than expected.

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NOVATEK did not find very large reserves at the field

NOVATEK, which is starting to form a resource base for its third large Arctic LNG 1 gas liquefaction plant, based on the results of drilling last year, increased reserves at the project’s mai

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NOVATEK: 2020 will be difficult for the gas market

NOVATEK believes that 2020 will be difficult for the gas market and the entire oil and gas industry, including due to the situation with coronavirus in China, but believes in its stability.

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Nuclear icebreakers cannot solve the problem of LNG transportation via the NSR

Nuclear-powered icebreakers will not solve the problem of transporting large volumes of liquefied natural gas along the Northern Sea Route (NSR).

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LNG can replace petroleum products in the Arctic

In recent years, international requirements to reduce negative impact on the environment from shipping have been tightened.

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Turkey cuts purchases from Gazprom

Gazprom, despite falling prices and growing competition from liquefied gas, last year reduced deliveries to the EU by only 0.7% compared to the historical record of 2018 - to 175.8 billion cubic me

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Now USA wants to get Belarus addicted to its LNG

Washington has seen its advantage in differences that arose between Belarus and Russia over prices for Russian oil and gas supplies.

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