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Sakhalin Energy plans to increase LNG production

Sakhalin Energy, the operator of one of the world's largest integrated oil and gas projects, Sakhalin-2 plans to increase annual production capacity of liquefied natural gas (LNG) by 1.5% over the coming years.

Statement of GAZPROM regarding inspections (Dawn Raids) by the European Commission

Alexander Medvedev: the Russia-China gas dialogue has agreed a gas pricing formula, while discussions with South Korea on the issue of increasing delivery volumes are underway

Alexander Medvedev, the Deputy Chairman of the Management Committee of Gazprom and CEO of Gazprom Export has said that the Russian and Chinese sides have agreed on the Russian gas price formula. He disclosed this at the "Sakhalin Oil and Gas" forum.

Alexander Medvedev: Russian natural gas will become key commodity in Asian-Pacific energy market

The introduction of new curricula at the Energy Delta Institute contributes to the effective implementation of new infrastructure projects

Gazprom and CNPC update mutual business proposals on gas supply terms and conditions

There are all prerequisites for signing contract with Belarus in early December 2011

Finnish Experts To Discover Yamal Gas Production

Leaders of Finnish company Gasum Oy and their partners from various regions of Finland visited New Urengoy from 18 to 21 September. The guests received detailed information on the structure of the gas fields of Urengoy, acquainted themselves with the work of a number of local enterprises, educational institutions and social facilities of the city.

Katharina UGS facility launched in Germany

Erdgasspeicher Peissen GmbH, a JV between Gazprom Export and Verbundnetz Gas, has started construction of the Katharina underground gas storage facility near Bernburg (Saxonia-Anhalt, Germany).

Gazprom participating in International Investment Forum “Sochi – 2011”

New Shareholders from Germany and France join South Stream

Under the framework of International investment forum Sochi - 2011 in the presence of Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin on September 16 was signed Shareholders’ Agreement on offshore section of the South Stream project.

New shareholders from Germany and France join South Stream

EU demand for gas imports will rise considerably by 2020

Margarita Hoffmann, Managing Director of Wintershall Russia, believes that EU demand for gas imports will rise by 30 per cent by 2020.

Alexey Miller and Tamas Fellegi: South Stream to significantly promote regional cooperation in Southeastern Europe

Gazprom and Kogas sign Roadmap on project for pipeline gas supply to Korea

Alexey Miller and Kim Hui Yong discuss implementation of project for gas transmission from Russia to Korean Peninsula

Alexey Miller and Helge Lund consider current status of Shtokman project

Alexander Medvedev briefed Japanese experts on Gazprom activities in Asian market

Deputy Chairman of OAO Gazprom and Director General of OOO Gazprom Export, Alexander Medvedev hosted a delegation of prominent Japanese journalists and experts who specialize in Russian studies and answered their questions.

Alexey Miller and Peter Voser consider possible creation of JV to deliver projects in Western Siberia

Gazprom and Srbijagas: joint projects progressing according to schedule

Alexey Miller and Leonid Bokhanovsky address GECF strategy

VEMEX s. r. o. has completed acquisition of a 51% share in RSP Energy a.s. which will soon be renamed VEMEX Energie a.s.

Under this name the company will sell gas and electricity to households and retail customers in the Czech Republic. Currently, RSP Energy a.s. supplies electricity and gas to 16,039 end consumers.

Swedish “Dragon ship” acquired by Sakhalin Energy for LNG transportation

Sakhalin Energy, the operator of Sakhalin-2 - one of the largest oil and gas project - has acquired the Swedish tanker Stena Blue Sky designed for transportation of liquefied natural gas.

First string of Nord Stream gas pipeline being fed with gas

Gazprom starts filling the first line of the Nord Stream gas pipeline

September 6, 2011 has marked the beginning of the pumping of technical gas into the first line of the Nord Stream gas pipeline. This is a necessary step to bring the pipeline into full readiness for gas transportation. The whole process will take about four weeks.

Alexey Miller and Paolo Scaroni: South Stream construction plan progressing in strict compliance with schedule

Negotiations with Belarus held in constructive manner

Gas supply and transit contract to be signed with Belarus in early December 2011

Fluxys G acquires a 19% stake in NEL natural gas pipeline from WINGAS

The Belgian gas pipeline operator Fluxys G purchased a 19% stake in the NEL pipeline from the German company WINGAS.