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Text of "Vesti" news report by state-owned Russian television channel Rossiya on 8 July [Presenter] The state intends to retain control over the level of gas tariffs for the population, [Prime Minister] Vladimir Putin and Gazprom chief Aleksey Miller said today.
MOSCOW. July 7 (Interfax) - Ukraine's Naftogaz Ukrainy currently owes RosUkrEnergo, the exclusive supplier of natural gas to Ukraine, over $2 billion.
Text of report by Interfax-Ukraine news agency Moscow, 7 July: The state oil and gas company Naftohaz Ukrayiny's outstanding debt to its exclusive supplier of the imported gas, RosUkrEnergo, is over 2bn dollars.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yuliya Tymoshenko has said she expects a gas contract with Russia to be signed by 15 September, but refused to predict the gas price for next year. She was speaking in a pre- recorded interview shown by Ukraine's most popular Inter TV channel on 6 July.
Russian gas monopoly Gazprom has proposed to set up a new network of natural gas service stations across Europe as an alternative to petrol, at a time when oil prices are at a record high. Gazprom's CEO, Alexei Miller, has proposed the creation of the network in alliance with European partners.
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/c2622b/new_configuration) has announced the addition of the "New Configuration of Political Power and the Oil and Gas Industry Management System" report to their offering.
ASHGABAT. June 14 (Interfax) - A delegation of Russia's Gazprom (RTS: GAZP) will arrive in Ashgabat at the beginning of next week to continue talks on Turkmen natural gas deliveries in 2009.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Interim Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said on Sunday he expects Israel to sign a deal to receive gas supplies from Russia in about a year.
Russia faced pressure to provide more reliable energy supplies to the world as finance ministers from the G8 wealthy nations flew to Moscow on Friday for talks centered on gas shortages and high oil prices.
By Douglas Busvine and Elizabeth Piper MOSCOW/KIEV (Reuters) - Europe may have breathed a collective sigh of relief after Russia and Ukraine signed a long-term gas supply deal, averting a possible repetition of the New Year supply cutbacks that unnerved the continent.
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