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South Korea may opt for an undersea pipeline to receive Russian natural gas if North Korea refuses an overland route, says the state-run gas company's head. The plan to build an underwater pipeline came up during talks with Gazprom President Alexei Miller and experts at Russia's Pacific Ocean Institute in Vladivostok last week, Choo Kang-soo, head of Korea Gas Corp., said Wednesday to the Yonhap news agency. In September, Korea Gas announced it will import 7.5 million tons of gas annually...
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.
YUZHNO-SAKHALINSK. Oct 3 (Interfax) - The Sakhalin-Khabarovsk- Vladivostok gas pipeline may have capacity of up to 30 billion cubic meters (bcm), Viktor Timoshilov, the coordinator for Gazprom's eastern projects, told journalists. Capacity will be roughly 10 bcm in the first phase to 2011.
KHABAROVSK. Sept 30 (Interfax) - A system of trunk gas pipelines in Russia's Far East and Yakutia to deliver gas to local consumers and eventually abroad is taking shape.
MOSCOW. Sept 30 (Interfax) - Gazprom (RTS: GAZP) and South Korea's Kogas signed a memorandum of understanding on pipeline gas deliveries from Russia to South Korea, the Russian gas giant said.
By Anonymous Gazprom will shortly set a record in terms of cost for a gas pipeline project in Russia. Preliminary estimates of the 2,035-km project range from $21-24 billion - depending on the number of compressor stations. The gas will flow from Sakhalin- KhabarovskVladivostok, ending at the port.
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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MOSCOW. July 14 (Interfax) - Companies operating three oil projects in Russia under product-sharing agreements failed to ensure the planned level of oil production stipulated in the PSAs in 2007, the Audit Chamber said in a statement.
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.
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