Tagged With Gazprom
Escalating tensions between Russia and Ukraine
30 July 2019
Russian supplies to Europe via Ukraine may be heading for an interruption next year
Tax overhaul heaps pressure on Russian refiners
19 July 2019
More expensive feedstock threatens independent operators
Three decisions crucial to Russian gas
7 February 2019
The volume of exports hangs on crucial events at home and abroad
Brownfield sites curb Russian growth
1 February 2019
Producers profit from post-devaluation oil prices—but oil fields are depleting
Russia and coal to set European tone
29 January 2019
Gazprom's market share ambitions and the price at which power plant demand soaks up supply are 2019's key questions
Small players drive a revival in the North Sea
17 December 2018
Norway and the UK showed increasing appeal for E&P firms in 2018, with M&A moves propelling investment into the North Sea—but Brexit was a concern for some in the UK side of the play
Norway's offshore sector boosted by wave of mergers
29 October 2018
Strategic tie-ups are providing some badly needed lifeblood for the Norwegian offshore sector
Gazprom continues to aim high
11 October 2018
The towering ambition of Gazprom’s capex programme is matched only by the height of its controversial new St Petersburg headquarters
Petrel views Crimean gas-export opportunity
21 September 2018
Gazprom has received a plan to develop energy projects in the disputed region of Crimea
Gazprom faces tax grab
21 September 2018
The Kremlin is pursuing another way to extract money from Gazprom, after failed efforts to force a dividend rise
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
Gazprom finds it hard to break with Ukraine
18 May 2018
An international court ruling over gas supply contracts has done little to resolve differences between Gazprom and Naftogaz
Gazprom Neft mulls new projects
24 April 2018
The Russian firm had stellar production growth of late, but it urgently needs to find new resources
Southern Gas Corridor project defies sceptics
16 April 2018
Azeri gas will be flowing into Europe via a new route by the summer
Short shrift for Gazprom’s portfolio investors
19 March 2018
The world’s largest gas producer is once more likely to ignore calls to increase dividends
Russian energy giants face contagion risk
19 March 2018
Constrained by sanctions, firms are tied to the fortunes of domestic banks
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
North Sea's last hurrah
24 January 2018
M&A in the region picked up in 2017, but European output was still expected to wane
Opec's new partner
23 January 2018
Russian producers grudgingly adhered to the cuts and a stronger oil price helped perk up the economy
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
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
Bolivia's gas dream
24 October 2017
The country needs to boost its reserves and cashflow to realise its energy ambitions
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