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Stockholm Chamber of Commerce’s Arbitration Institute rejects Lithuania’s EUR 1.5 billion claim against Gazprom

Alexey Miller and Robert Fico address cooperation in gas sector

Nord Stream 2 to strengthen Baumgarten’s position as key gas distribution center in Europe

Demand for Russian gas remaining high in France

Alexey Miller and Peter Szijjarto discuss Russian gas supplies to Hungary

Gazprom and Gasunie discuss infrastructure projects and cooperation in small-scale LNG sector

Gazprom and SOCAR discuss cooperation prospects

Gazprom and Indian companies to collaborate on oil and gas projects

Gazprom signs contract for commercial supplies of Russian gas to Georgia

Gazprom and Eni discuss potential southern route for Russian gas supplies to Europe

Gazprom and Fluxys address prospects for cooperation in European small-scale LNG market

Gazprom and Uniper emphasize importance of direct gas deliveries from Russia to Europe

Gazprom and Shell committed to broader cooperation in LNG sector

Gazprom and OMV sign 2016–2020 Program for scientific & technical cooperation and partnership

Gazprom and Srbijagas address prospects for cooperation in NGV and small-scale LNG sectors

Alexey Miller lists seven reasons for northern export corridor’s increased economic efficiency

Gazprom adds 14 CNG stations to its European network since early 2016

Gazprom actively pursuing ambitious eastern projects

Demand for Russian gas in Austria growing further

Blue Corridor-2016 rally successfully finished in Saint Petersburg

Having covered about 4000 kilometers around the Baltic Sea, participants of the 10th NGV rally “Blue Corridor-2016. The Amber road”, organized by Gazprom Export and Uniper, crossed the finish line.

Blue Corridor 2016 took part in Energy Dialogue in Rostock

The event was mainly focused on the prospects of liquefied natural gas as a fuel for sea and river vessels in light of the toughening environmental rules.

Maximum daily deliverability of Russia’s UGS facilities to reach all-time high of over 800 million cubic meters of gas by next winter