Tagged With Lukoil
Lukoil makes inroads offshore
12 July 2019
Russian-Kazakh waters in the Caspian Sea are central to the company’s plans
Moscow calling the shots
14 December 2018
Russia ramped up production in 2018, with Arctic developments playing a major role
IOCs stay committed to south Iraq
16 November 2018
IOCs are pushing ahead with plans for output expansion—and the phasing out of flaring—despite Basra violence this summer
Czech Republic seeks a new path
17 July 2018
Political turmoil and divisions over how to reform the state-controlled utility ČEZ are creating headaches for the nuclear envoy
Lukoil: bigger than Rosneft
15 June 2018
The investors' darling is prioritising high-margin upstream activities
Russia eyes sulphur stream
24 April 2018
The government is considering supplying high-sulphur crude in a separate stream to improve Urals export quality
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
Lukoil caught in the crossfire
6 September 2017
An investor favourite thanks to its Western-style management and handsome dividends, Lukoil could feel the fallout from a dispute between other major players
Russia is planting flags in the Middle East
3 July 2017
Pragmatism and a tolerance for risk are giving Russian energy interests an edge in the region
Lukoil: Russia's sleeping giant
8 July 2016
Lukoil’s move for Bashneft suggests the company is at last ready to use its cash pile and challenge Rosneft
Lukoil’s Romanian operations under threat
20 October 2014
Authorities ordered the Petrotel oil refinery to stop production to investigate money laundering
Cracking the Bazhenov
16 June 2014
The Siberian shale play could be one of the world’s largest, but it won’t give up its riches easily
Novatek hopes to tough out Ukraine related sanctions
30 May 2014
Russia’s largest independent gas producer still has bold plans for expansion
Russia's Lukoil announced a drop in profits in 2013
15 April 2014
The company's net profit in 2013 dropped by 29% to $7.83 billion
Junin-6 shake-up on cards with Surgutneftegaz exit
8 November 2012
The Russian consortium developing the Junin-6 Orinoco belt heavy-oil project in Venezuela is set for a shake-up after Surgutneftegaz’s board voted on 6 November to exit the project
Russia turns to shale oil
12 September 2012
Bazhenov's potential under the spotlight as Putin backs unconventionals hunt
Lukoil's ambitious plans face execution risk
20 April 2012
Russia’s second-largest oil producer has high hopes for its future growth, but there are difficulties ahead
Lukoil has ambitious plans for the next 10 years
10 April 2012
Chief executive Vagit Alekperov tells Anthea Pitt, the firm wants to stake a claim in Russia’s deep-water play
Russia’s Lukoil targets US shale oil
10 March 2011
Bazhenov formation, in western Siberia, also under consideration
Russian energy companies target foreign expansion
5 January 2009
The credit crunch is hitting Russian companies hard, but it has not put a brake on their international ambitions. Latin America is its newest target
Market looks down on Lukoil
1 July 2008
Despite a slump in its share price, many analysts believe Lukoil is undervalued, their optimism is based on substantial Caspian resources, writes NJ Watson
ConocoPhillips: The conservative
1 April 2008
ConocoPhillips, like all the majors, is feeling the pinch of petro-nationalism. It's prepared to wait it out, writes Derek Brower