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 Turkish Stream pipeline 80% complete

The Turkish Stream pipeline, due to supply Russian gas to Turkey via the Black Sea from 2019, is already 80% complete, Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller said. “The realization of large-scale Gazprom export …

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Gazprom sets global record in laying offshore gas lines

Russia's Gazprom set a new global record in laying offshore gas pipelines within the framework of the Turkish Stream project on August 26, the Russian gas holding said. The record of 6.27 km per day was set by the Pioneering Spirit …

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Naftogaz: amicable agreement with Gazprom impossible

An amicable agreement between Naftogaz Ukrainy and Gazprom is only possible for complaints recently lodged at the Stockholm Arbitration and would consist of an out-of-court payment by the Russian gas giant of over $12 billion in compensation, …

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Novak and Sefcovic hold gas talks in Berlin

Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak and Vice President of the European Commission Maros Sefcovic are holding gas talks in Berlin.  Their meeting started at 10:30 local time (11:30 Moscow …

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Will Nord Stream 2 bypass Denmark?

Nord Stream 2 could run through international waters if Denmark refuses to grant permission for the gas link to go through its waters, Chief Financial Officer of Nord Stream 2 AG, the operator of the pipeline construction, Paul …

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Seul asks Gazprom to build gas pipeline

Russia's Gazprom has resumed talks with the South Korean authorities on the construction of a gas pipeline through the territory of North Korea, Deputy CEO Vitaly Markelov said. "To date, the political …

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Sweden authorizes construction of Nord Stream 2

The Swedish government has given permission for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in the Swedish economic zone in the Baltic Sea, Swedish Minister of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Mikael Damberg said at a press …

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Gazprom's Dutch assets frozen

Ukraine’s state-owned Naftogaz said a Dutch court had approved its petition to freeze Dutch assets of Gazprom to enforce an arbitration ruling that Naftogaz should receive $2.6 billion from the Russian company. In late May, Swiss …

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Gazprom to loan 2.14 bln euro to Turkish Stream operator

Russian gas company Gazprom said it would loan up to 2.14 billion euros to its subsidiary South Stream Transport B.V. which is overseeing the construction of the Turkish Stream undersea gas pipeline to Turkey from Russia. The loan will …

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Will Naftogas seize Gazprom's European property?

Russian gas giant Gazprom said it was aware of actions by Ukrainian oil and gas firm Naftogaz to enforce an arbitration court ruling. Naftogaz said earlier today it had initiated the enforcement of a $2.6 billion award from the …

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