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By Tubb, Rita Wl hile North American construction is at an all time high, international projects reflect a higher number of planned pipeline miles than actual construction. Nevertheless, growing world natural gas demand continues to increase planned pipeline mileage.
Gazprom will buy a 25 percent stake in Daltransgaz, a part owner of a natural gas pipeline in Russia's Far East, the Russian gas monopoly said Saturday. Gazprom will buy the Daltransgaz stake from Rosneft, the largest Russian government-owned crude producer, RIA Novosti reported.
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After attending a conference on the future of Russia's oil and gas industry in Severodvinsk on 11 July, Aleksey Miller, head of Russia's energy giant Gazprom, held a news conference where he outlined the company's immediate and long-term projects and prospects.
SEVERODVINSK. July 11 (Interfax) - Gazprom will start building the Sakhalin-Khabarovsk-Vladivostok gas pipeline next year, Gazporm CEO Alexei Miller told journalists following a conference dealing with the development of Russia's oil and gas sector in Severodvinsk on Friday.
MOSCOW. July 9 (Interfax) - Twelve international environmental organizations have asked Exxon Mobil, a U.S. company which operates the Sakhalin-1 project, to change the route of a pipeline that is being built under the project, Worldwide Fauna (WWF) said in a press release.
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.
Italian oil and gas industry contractor Saipem has been awarded two new onshore lump sum contracts in Kuwait and Angola for a total value of about E580 million.
MOSCOW. June 24 (Interfax) - Gazprom (RTS: GAZP) plans to start extracting gas at the Kirinskoye field on the Sakhalin shelf in 2014, Vasily Podyuk, the head of the company's gas, gas condensate and oil production department, said at a press conference on Tuesday.
The Sakhalin-II project led by Russian gas monopoly Gazprom and the Sakhalin Energy Investment Company, has received $5.3 billion in loan financing. The Japan Bank for International Co-operation acted as the major creditor by financing $3.7 billion.