Posts Tagged ‘Moscow’

Gazprom approved Shell Sakhalin-2 LNG Expansion Roadmap

Gazprom and Shell to add third LNG train at Sakhalin II Gazprom and the Royal-Dutch Shell (Shell) met in Sotchi end of February to approve a memorandum of understanding (MOU) defining the roadmap to proceed to the Sakhalin II expansion project with the addition of a third liquefied natural gas […]

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EuroChem elects Louisiana for $1.5 billion greenfield fertilizer project

Russian EuroChem to profit from US shale gas supply The Moscow-based company EuroChem signed an agreement with the State of Louisiana to invest $1.5 billion capital expenditure to build a greenfield fertilizer plant along the Mississippi River in USA. Established only in 2001, EuroChem has grown up very fast over its […]

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Alltech Pechora LNG gets support from Russian Nenets

Technip completed Pechora LNG feasibility study February 21st 2013, Alltech Group (Alltech) and Pechora LNG LLC (Pechora) meet in Moscow, Russia, with RF Deputy Regional Development Minister Sergey Vakhrukov and the Governor of Nenets Autonomous District Igor Fyendorov to move the project of liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant, Pechora LNG, […]

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Air Liquide expands its footprint in Russia

After Logika, Air Liquide takes over Lentechgas  November 2012, Air Liquide completes the acquisition of Lentechgas, in Saint Petersburg, few months after Logika in Moscow. This decision is part of Air Liquide program to invest $1.3 billion in 10 years in Russia, either for acquisition either for new plants. Air […]

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Japan confirms interest in Gazprom Vladivostock LNG project

Gazprom and Itochu completed feasibility study November 26th, 2012, Alexey Miller, Chairman of Gazprom hosted a meeting in Moscow with a Japanese delegation led by Japan Ambassador Chikahito Harada about the joint project of liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in Vladivostok in the outmost Far East of the Russian Federation. […]

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Sibur in brief

Largest petrochemical company in Russia and CIS The Siberia Urals Petrochemical Company (SIBUR) was established by Decree as a joint-stock company in 1992. SIBUR was formed from multiple entities processing oil, gas and petrochemicals across Russia. In 2001, SIBUR was taken over by Gazprom to resolve debts reorganize the company. […]

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TNK-BP in brief

Among world top ten privately owned oil producers   Headquartered in Moscow, Russia, TNK-BP was established in 2003 from the merger between BP Russia oil and gas assets and the local consortium Alfa-Access-Renova (AAR). Created on a balanced base, BP and AAR‘s stakeholders agreed to own 50% each of the […]

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Gazprom in brief

Gazprom pursues the strategic objective of establishing itself as a leader among global energy companies Home based in Russia, Gazprom is 50,002% state owned company, thus operating as a national oil and gas company. The other 50% shares are traded in Moscow, London, Berlin and Frankfurt stock exchanges in the form of American […]

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Air Liquide takes a leap in Russia with new technology

Air Liquide starts up new air separation unit in Tatarstan Air Liquide is pursuing its long-term development in Russia, and starting-up a new Air Separation Unit (ASU) that will produce oxygen and nitrogen in the Special Economic Zone “Alabuga” in the Volga region, Tatarstan. Tatarstan‘s economy is the fifth largest […]

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