Tagged With Rosneft
Rosneft courts trouble with Sakhalin partners
5 September 2018
Chief executive Igor Sechin has sharpened his knife for another corporate spat
Iraq close to a deal?
27 July 2018
The outlook for the energy sector is bright, but the post-elections political prospects remain cloudy
IOCs face choppy South China Sea conditions
20 July 2018
Beijing's determination to exert its influence in the South China Sea is causing problems for oil companies active in the region
Rosneft makeover 'on the way'
17 July 2018
Chief executive Igor Sechin has outlined bold reforms for Russia's largest oil company, but will they be put into practice?
Russia carries on regardless
26 June 2018
Energy majors Rosneft and Novatek are pushing ahead with LNG projects, despite the growing threat of US sanctions
Lukoil: bigger than Rosneft
15 June 2018
The investors' darling is prioritising high-margin upstream activities
Sechin's role in Magomedov arrest under scrutiny
15 June 2018
The arrest of another oligarch with links to the energy industry has raised questions over the motive
Pertamina's offshore oil chase
18 May 2018
After two years of belt-tightening, Indonesia's NOC is seeking to plug the country's energy consumption gap
Iraq pushes for fresh oil expansion
4 May 2018
Despite hurdles, energy sector ambitions abound
Rosneft: bruised but not beaten
27 April 2018
The loss of a valuable US partner has shaken Rosneft, but it's sticking to its expansion plans and global investment strategy
Russia eyes sulphur stream
24 April 2018
The government is considering supplying high-sulphur crude in a separate stream to improve Urals export quality
Full speed ahead for Egypt's gas
15 March 2018
Eni's parallel-development method has enabled it to smash records at its mega-giant Zohr gas project. Petroleum Economist was given exclusive access to the onshore operations
Russia seeks to revive offshore Arctic ambitions
6 March 2018
New oil finds and melting ice are helping to reignite interest in the region
Russia's turf wars
14 February 2018
Even as the country's gas sector thrives, its major companies face political battles at home and abroad
Russia back to growth, of a kind
14 February 2018
Petroleum supplies to the international market should rise in 2018
Maputo's new partner
14 February 2018
An American oil giant will take the lead in the Rovuma
Iraqi Kurdistan—back to square one
5 February 2018
The independence vote heralded political and economic disaster. Existential uncertainty now faces the region's oil sector
Opec's new partner
23 January 2018
Russian producers grudgingly adhered to the cuts and a stronger oil price helped perk up the economy
Venezuela going for broke
16 January 2018
The Maduro government wants a new deal on its debt. Things are going to get messy
Russia's TMK prepares IPO for US division
19 December 2017
The pipeline maker is seeking to capitalise on a profit recovery in its North American operations, driven by the upturn in the shale sector
Lukoil mulls Treasury shares sale option
19 December 2017
Russia's largest privately-owned oil producer hopes its new long-term strategy will help maintain its status as a market favourite
Is it all about the gas?
24 November 2017
CEFC’s investment in Rosneft should bring badly needed financing to Russia’s largest oil company
Venezuelan crunch time
17 November 2017
Venezuela faces steep bond payments before the end of the year. It is looking to Russia to help keep it from default
Greenfields galore for Russia
26 October 2017
Eastern Siberia will be the engine for rising Russian oil and gas output for decades
Gazprom—the LNG pivot?
26 October 2017
Faced with growing domestic competition and a wave of seaborne gas heading for Europe, Gazprom needs to up its own LNG game
Russia's LNG threat boosts export liberalisation prospects
17 October 2017
Don't expect the market to be freed up anytime soon, but Russia is at least thinking about busting Gazprom's monopoly on pipeline gas supply