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Gazpromneft offers its projects to Shell

Gazpromneft has offered Anglo-Dutch Royal Dutch Shell to enter its production assets on Sakhalin.

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Shell gets rid of two projects in Kazakhstan

The Anglo-Dutch corporation is withdrawing from two oil projects on the Caspian Sea shelf, classifying them as loss-making.

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Gazpromneft and Shell to send data on Meretoyakhaneftegaz to Government

Gazpromneft and Shell will send all requested information on their joint venture Meretoyakhaneftegaz to the Government Commission for Control over Foreign Investment in the near future.

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The Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan is working on a dash board for the Khazar and Kalamkas-Sea projects after the departure of NCOC and Shell.

The Ministry of Energy of Kazakhstan is developing a roadmap for the Khazar and Kalamkas-Sea projects after the departure of the North Caspian Operating Company (NCOC) and Shell consortium, the pre

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Gazprom doesn’t want to expand Sakhalin-2 any more

The construction of the third production line of the Sakhalin-2 LNG plant has been suspended. This was reported by the Reuters, which cited sources familiar with the situation.

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Investment in Tazovskoye field to exceed 130 billion rubles

Investments of Gazpromneft and Shell in their joint venture Meretoyakhaneftegaz may exceed 130 billion rubles. This was stated by head of Gazpromneft Alexander Dyukov.

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Shell asks USA not to approve sanctions against Nord Stream-2

One of the largest international oil and gas companies Royal Dutch Shell has asked the US Congress not to approve sanctions against the Russian pipeline project Nord Stream-2.

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A $ 1 billion processing plant may be built at Kashagan.

Kazakhstan and the North Caspian Operating Company (NCOC) oil consortium were considering building a $ 1 billion gas processing plant on Kashagan.

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Shell to open one filling station per week in Russia

On July 18, 2019, the Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Ben van Beurden, the chief executive officer of Royal Dutch Shell oil and gas company.

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Shell announces new halt in oil reception by German oil refinery from Druzhba oil pipeline

Three weeks after the German oil refineries resumed oil reception from Russia, it had to be stopped again, the Handelsblatt newspaper found out. This is confirmed in Shell.

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