Gazprom's Exports to the European Market in the 1st Half of 2018 is to exceed 100 bcm

Chairman of the Management Committee of Gazprom PJSC Alexey Miller stated that at the annual meeting of shareholders

IEA forecasts global gas consumption pass 4 trillion cubic meters mark by 2022

According to this forecast, global gas demand will grow with average annual growth rates of 1.6% over the reviewed period.

Pioneering Spirit vessel resumes pipelaying for TurkStream

A total of 1,161 kilometers (62 per cent of the overall gas pipeline length) of pipes has been laid along the two strings of the pipeline.

Sakhalin Energy offloaded the 1500th LNG cargo

The buyer of the LNG cargo delivered to Japan by Energy Navigator tanker is Japan’s largest natural gas company Tokyo Gas

From 1 January to 15 June 2018, Gazprom Supplied 93,6 bcm of Gas to the Far Abroad Countries

This is by 5 bcm more than within the same period of 2017

Gazprom Has Achieved the Suspension on the Enforcement of Stockholm Arbitration Decision on Transit Contract with “Naftogaz of Ukraine”

The award deprives Naftogas of reasons to attempt arresting Gazprom’s assets abroad.

Gazprom becomes first Russian energy company to conduct independent audit of greenhouse gas emissions

Greenhouse gas emissions by Gazprom’s core businesses – the production, transportation, underground storage and processing facilities – are on the decline.

Construction and Operation Permit for Nord Stream 2 Granted by Sweden

Pipe laying in the Swedish Exclusive Economic Zone is scheduled to start later this year.

The First LNG Cargo under the Long-Term Contract between Gazprom Marketing and Trading and GAIL arrived to India

The contract provides for supply of 2,9 million tons of LNG per year for 20 years and an additional three-year period of reaching a plateau.

Gazprom’s Exports to the Far Abroad Reached 86 bcm within Five Months of 2018

The volume of supplied gas demonstrates a 5.8% increase over the same period of the record year of 2017.

History of a Сlose Friendship

Russia and Austria celebrate a half-century anniversary of partnership in natural gas

50 Years of Reliable Supplies of Russian Gas to Austria

Fifty years ago, on June 1, 1968, the Soviet company Soyuznefteexport and Österreichische Mineralölverwaltung (OMV) signed an agreement for supplying natural gas from the USSR to Austria. In a mere three months, gas from Western Siberia reached the Baumgarten station.