Igor Yushkov

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Chubais threatens Russia with energy crisis

Russia may face new power crisis in 6–7 years, unless new capacities will be introduced in the country, the head of Rosnano Anatoly Chubais said, speaking with Rossiyskaya Gazeta.

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Will Kurdish oil be blocked?

Turkey, Iran and Iraq will jointly decide on closing the flow of oil from northern Iraq, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said, as the three neighbors mull retaliatory moves after the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) …

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Russia's Gazprom ranks first in global power rating

Russia's Gazprom snagged the number 1 spot in the 2017 S&P Global Platts Top 250 Global Energy Company Rankings, ending U.S. oil and gas giant ExxonMobil's 12-year reign at the top of the list  Germany's E.ON …

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Russia retains global oil leadership

Russia’s oil production amounted to 10.183 mln barrels per day in June 2017, outpacing Saudi Arabia’s oil production by 2.3% (9.95 mln barrels per day), according to the documents released by the state statistics service Rosstat. …

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Oil prices come back to May level

Oil futures rose today after official figures showing U.S. crude inventories fell more than expected. The prices of October futures for Brent oil have risen by $0.43 (0.8%) to $53.12 per barrel on the ICE Exchange in London, which is …

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 Excellent result of OPEC+

OPEC Secretary General Mohammad Barkindo evaluates the results of the deal of OPEC and non-cartel oil producers to cut oil output as excellent. "Both OPEC and non-cartel countries, in spite of all difficulties, in …

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OPEC+ prepare continuity strategy

Participants in the OPEC+ oil production limiting agreement are working on the continuity strategy instead of preparing the strategy for exit from the deal expiring in March 2018, OPEC Secretary General Mohammed Barkindo said on the sidelines of …

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 Gazprom to build Turkish Stream at its own expense

Investment in the Turkish Stream gas pipeline project are estimated at $6 bln, the project can be implemented only at the expense of Gazprom, Deputy Chairman of Gazprom Management Committee Andrey Kruglov said at a press …

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Oil in anticipation of new war in Persian Gulf

The current diplomatic rift between Qatar and other Persian Gulf countries will have an insignificant effect on world markets, but the potentially possible prospect of its escalation into a military clash between Arab states can lead to an …

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 Russia proposes to form super-OPEC

Russia proposed to work out new principles jointly with OPEC and non-OPEC nations to continue cooperation even after the current oil output cut deal expires, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said. "It is …

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 Turkey returns to Russian gas

Turkey continues to increase the volume of Russian gas purchases. The trend, which has been observed since the last autumn, continues to gain momentum. According to the latest data, in January-February 2017, Turkey increased Russian's gas …

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US oil depreciates OPEC agreement

The cost of Brent crude oil decline bellow $51 per barrel for the first time since November 30, 2016. As of 5:44 (MSK) the prices of May futures for Brent oil fell by 0.70% to $50.94 per dollar on the ICE Exchange in …

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Global oil demand to increase

OPEC revised global oil demand growth for 2017 higher by around 35 tb/d to 95.81 mb/d, the OPEC monthly oil market report said. This was a result of colder weather conditions and healthy vehicle sales in OECD Europe, in addition to …

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 Russia lost $26 billion on oil and gas exports

Russia is making less money on oil and gas exports, according to the data published today by the Federal Customs Service. In 2016, the revenues from oil and gas exports declined by 17.7% (compared to 2015) and amounted to $73.676 billion. …

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