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OMV, Gazprom, Vienna Stock Exchange operator Wiener Borse, and Centrex Europe Energy & Gas have agree to co-operate for the development of the Central European Gas Hub and the establishment of a Central European gas exchange providing for the trading of gas products on a spot and futures market.
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Russian gas major Gazprom has reported operating profit of RUB365.63 billion for the first quarter ended March 31, 2008, compared to RUB209.79 billion for the same period of 2007.
Russia-based vertically integrated oil company TNK-BP has commenced deliveries of crude oil produced at the Verkhnechonskoye field to the East Siberia-Pacific Ocean Pipeline. TNK-BP and Rosneft are the major shareholders of Verkhnechonskneftegaz (VCNG), the operator of the project.
Officials from Russian energy giant Gazprom met with Alaskan state officials to discuss investing in the northern state's energy projects, the company said.
Russian natural gas producer Novatek has reported that natural gas production increased by 1.63 billion cubic meters or 27.1% in the third quarter of 2008, compared to natural gas production in the same period of 2007.
By Anonymous Transneft President Nikolai Tokarev recently met South Korean officials to negotiate financing the construction of the East Siberian oil pipeline. The pipeline will connect Taishet, in central Siberia, to Perevoznaya on the Pacific coast close to Russia's border with China.
By Feller, Gordon Gazprom's web in Europe continued to expand when the Russian state-owned gas monopoly announced that it would begin supplying gas to Ireland through its subsidiary Gazprom Marketing and Trading. Precise terms of the deal have not been revealed.
By Anonymous China has signed an agreement that will pave the way for the development of a 1,000-km gas pipeline from Myanmar to southern China. The agreement covers the sale and transportation of gas from the A-1 and A-3 blocks, located offshore Myanmar.
Conduit Capital Partners, a private equity investment firm, has announced that its subsidiary, Kuntur Transportadora de Gas, has been awarded a 30-year concession contract by the government of Peru to build a 700-mile pipeline that will carry natural gas from the Camisea gas fields to the port of Ilo in southern Peru.