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MOSCOW, July 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Alexander Ananenkov, vice-president of Gazprom PLC, announced that the company is considering the possibility to place an order for the construction of two tankers (to transport liquefied natural gas from Shtockmann gas-field) at Severnaya Verf plant, a part of United Industrial Corporation (OPK).
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Vladimir Putin recently threatened to pull the plug on Nord Stream, the sub-sea pipeline that will transport gas from Russia to Germany via the Baltic Sea. However, this is nothing more than brinkmanship from Moscow's strongman, as Russia covets the political power that such a project will bring.
Russian gas major Gazprom has commenced the drilling of its first exploratory well in the Urumaco-I Block offshore Venezuela. The exclusive right to produce natural gas is held by the Venezuelan state-run oil and gas company PDVSA.
Text of report by heavyweight Russian newspaper Nezavisimaya Gazeta on 29 September [Article by Sergey Kulikov, entitled "Gazprom Sets Its Sights on the States" (Internet Version -WWW)] Moscow is trying to take control of energy resource deliveries not only to Europe, but also to the US.
YAKUTSK. Sept 7 (Interfax) - On September Gazprom received licenses for the Chayanda, Kirinskoye, Semakovskkoye gas fields and is expected to get seven more licenses later in September, said Alexander Ananenkov, company's deputy chairman of board.
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.
By Anonymous With limited hydrocarbon resources, Quebec and Ontario must import most of the natural gas consumed. In this regard, the planned Rabaska LNG terminal in the Ville Guay/Beaumont area, located at the limits of the cities of Levis and Beaumont, Quebec, may provide a solution.
MOSCOW. July 23 (Interfax) - Venezuela would like to see Gazprom (RTS: GAZP) take part in the Delta Caribe Oriental LNG project, which involves development of the Mariscal Sucre and Deltana Platform blocks and construction of an LNG plant in Venezuela.