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2014-11-18 08:35:02

COPENHAGEN, Denmark, November 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Sakhalin Energy Investment Company Limited awards Welltec(R) a five year contract for the provision of Well Tractor(R),

2014-01-16 04:20:16

ABERDEEN, Scotland, January 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Petrotechnics, the global leader for transforming frontline Operational Performance and Lowering Operational Risk in

2008-11-07 15:00:18

A 496-mile Russian oil and gas pipeline from the Sea of Okhotsk to Prigorodnoye is on line and has begun operations, an energy company official said.

2008-08-26 03:00:51

By Johnston, Daniel This article relates the saga of the Sakhalin II project, one of the earliest of the Russian production sharing agreements.

2008-07-18 21:00:26

GORKI, Moscow Region.

2008-07-10 00:00:15

MOSCOW. July 9 (Interfax) - Twelve Russian and international environmental organizations have called for rerouting the Sakhalin- 1 oil pipeline in order to remove the danger it poses to the population of gray whales.

2006-08-19 01:17:08

TOKYO (Reuters) - The body of a Japanese fisherman killed this week when a Russian patrol boat shot at a crabbing vessel in disputed waters between the two countries, was returned to Japan on Saturday, the foreign ministry said.

2006-08-18 21:23:14

TOKYO (Reuters) - Russia on Saturday handed over the body of a Japanese fisherman killed when one of its patrol boats shot at a crabbing vessel in disputed waters between the two countries, the Japanese foreign ministry said.

2006-07-01 23:55:31

TOKYO (Reuters) - A Japanese man left behind on the Russian island of Sakhalin at the end of World War Two smiled and held hands with family members as he returned to Japan for the first time in nearly seven decades.

2006-05-02 01:25:00

Soil particles hang suspended in the frozen water and machine-crushed stone has replaced pebbles on the riverbed since a consortium led by Royal Dutch Shell dug it up to lay an oil pipeline.


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  • an ornament or knob in the shape of a flower
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