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October, Wednesday

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Can Russia develop its shale reserves?

Russia's tight oil will play an increasingly important role in its oil output, underpinned by the fact that 20 % of its current reserves already belong to the «tight» category.

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Head of the Energy and Gas Directorate Anton Gladchenko tells about APG utilisation

Head of the Energy and Gas Directorate Anton Gladchenko tells about APG utilisation



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Trump seeks to open more areas for offshore drilling

Donald Trump signed an executive order on offshore energy development, which is looking to open more areas for offshore oil and gas exploration to secure American energy independence.

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Russian LNG is about to transform European gas markets

Russia has long been established as a crucial component of most European gas import portfolios.

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Products from Oil and Gas Make Our Lives Better

Everyday we use products made from crude oil and natural gas. Some of these products are rather obvious like the gasoline we use in our cars and trucks and the natural gas we burn to heat our homes. However, there are many other products that we consume that most people never think of coming from oil and gas.

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Russian Gas Exports to Asia to Increase as Europe Plays Hardball

European resistance to oil-linked gas prices will drive Russia to seek Asian export partners, predicts a new report by international business intelligence firm GlobalData.

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Ukraine – Oil and Gas potential is large – A market for minor and medium sized oil and gas companies to explore and produce?

Ukraine represent a market for minor to medium sized oil and gas companies as no major international player has made permanent presence there yet in the exploration or production phase

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Megaprojects in Russia, UAE, Mozambique primary value drivers for possible ONGC IPO

An IPO for ONGC Videsh represents an option for the government to extract value from the rising oil prices, across investments made globally.

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Ecuador looks for investors for newly opened oil & gas territories

Ecuador aims to attract more than $750 million by opening up oil & gas territories controlled by a state company.

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Rosneft сould be the key to Iraq-Kurdistan oil deal

Rosneft could be the key in the talks between Iraq and Kurdistan for the full resumption of oil exports from the semi-autonomous region.

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Ukraine looks to boost domestic nuclear capacity

Westinghouse will extend nuclear fuel deliveries to 7 of Ukraine's 15 nuclear power units to 2021-2025.

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Dispute escalates between Iran and Turkmenistan over gas debt

Turkmenistan will be taking Iran to the International Court over an energy deal that has gone sour after 20 years.

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The geopolitics of Poland’s «3 Seas Initiative»

Poland's initiative to date is a thinly-disguised geopolitical attempt to create a counter to the influence of both Russia to the east and of Germany to her west.

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Russia eyes rapid Middle East energy expansion

Iran, Iraq and possibly even Syria will become the new hub of Russian oil-related investments.

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Japan-Russia gas pipeline mostly a pipe dream

A proposed natural gas pipeline linking Japan and Russia remains on hold despite being discussed at a summit meeting between Japanese PM Abe and Putin.

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Putin’s newest oil play: Russia gains foothold in Iraqi oil patch

The latest developments in Kurdish-Russian relations might be indicative of even deeper cooperation and convergence between the 2 nations.

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Analyses: No fines for Gazprom’s monopolistic practices in Central Europe?

On 13 March, after 5 years of antitrust proceedings against Gazprom, the EU's commissioner for competition Margrethe Vestager announced that the European Commission was ready to settle the case.

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Perspective for Turkish Stream project: possible scenarios and challenges

Following the cancellation of South Stream, Russia announced its plans to reroute the pipeline to Turkey, instead of Bulgaria. The new pipeline was dubbed Turkish Stream, with same capacity of South Stream, but less vulnerable to EU competition law.

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Turkmenistan takes tough measures: Analysis

Turkmenistan's reported decision to cut gas supplies to Iran highlights 2 massive issues: the country's lack of hard cash and the problems of a landlocked producer trying to sell its gas in a buyer's market.

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The beginning of the end for Europe’s natural gas war

Gazprom is on the verge of striking a deal with EU regulators to settle a half-decade old dispute over natural gas pricing, and the resolution could change the way Gazprom does business and lead to lower gas prices for much of Eastern Europe.

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