Tagged With Rosneft
Rosneft's pipedream
3 March 2017
Not content with its oil eminence, the state-controlled oil giant has Gazprom in its sights
The puzzling Glencore-Qatari-Rosneft deal
19 January 2017
The sale of a stake in Russia's largest oil producer might not be as significant as many thought
Western investment growing in Russia despite sanctions
28 June 2016
The appetite of Western majors for Russian assets is perking up again, despite rules that still aim to stop them investing
A Gazprom 50% dividend payout changes the game
15 March 2016
Needing money, the Kremlin wants state-controlled firms to raise dividends again. It’s a risky move for investors
Russia could offer China better gas pricing
2 November 2015
Russia is well positioned to supply more pipeline gas to China as a weaker currency makes pricing more competitive
Rosneft and ExxonMobil team up in Mozambique
2 November 2015
Russian and US majors win rights to explore in three blocks in Mozambique licensing round
Rosneft buys assets of oilfield services company Trican
19 August 2015
The company is buying the Russian assets of Trican in order to boost itself ahead of harsher western sanctions
Rosneft denies Bashneft talks as Sistema boss held over 2009 deal
17 September 2014
The founder of AFK Sistema has been charged with the fraudulent acquisition in of Bashneft in 2009
Cracking the Bazhenov
16 June 2014
The Siberian shale play could be one of the world’s largest, but it won’t give up its riches easily
Northern Russia key to oil and gas output plans
30 May 2014
The country’s north is key to oil and gas output plans over the coming decades
IOCs take the long view on Russian upstream investment
30 May 2014
Despite the sanctions and friction, Western investors aren’t ready to turn their back on Russia’s upstream
M&A transaction value falls by half
17 January 2014
The level reached the lowest since the 2008 recession, marking a shift in focus
Russia’s embarrassment of riches
9 January 2014
With the world’s largest reserves of conventional gas, the country can afford to leave shale gas in the ground
Rosneft's offer to TNK-BP minorities may put an end to spat
3 October 2013
The Russian oil major has made a decision to buy out minority stakeholders in TNK-BP
Rosneft grows as supermajor status beckons
23 August 2013
Its growth plan is aggressive, can Russia's state oil firm step out of the shadows to become a truly global player?
National oil companies on top of the world
23 August 2013
Their domination of global reserves has put NOCs in control of the oil industry. But they must do more to keep their advantage
PdV: still struggling amid political changes
23 August 2013
Venezuela's state firm controls one of the world's biggest oil resources. Hamstrung by politics, it has failed to capitalise on it
Junin-6 shake-up on cards with Surgutneftegaz exit
8 November 2012
The Russian consortium developing the Junin-6 Orinoco belt heavy-oil project in Venezuela is set for a shake-up after Surgutneftegaz’s board voted on 6 November to exit the project
Rosneft's ambitious production targets
11 October 2011
Overseas expansion and ambitious oil-production targets require huge investment from Russia’s national oil company, but can it afford it?
Rosneft ties knot with ExxonMobil in exploration deal
30 August 2011
Blow for BP as US supermajor seals E&P deal in frontier Kara Sea play
BP’s Rosneft deal is not dead yet
18 May 2011
BP's senior management, especially chief executive Robert Dudley, won’t be enjoying the headlines in today’s newspapers
BP’s Arctic adventure with Rosneft on ice
17 May 2011
BP will continue talks with Rosneft despite missing the deadline
BP's Russian pips about to squeak as BP Rosneft deal likely
11 April 2011
A strategic deal between BP and Rosneft is likely to go ahead, but the TNK shareholders will exact a hefty price
Gazprom loosens its domestic grip
31 March 2011
Russia's Rosneft has given a strong indication that it may be edging towards closer co-operation with the country's gas monopoly, Gazprom, for offtake of the oil producer's associated gas.
BP: Grim results but brighter prospects as company cuts back
24 February 2011
BP's retreat from the US looks more certain with each passing week, a move that will reinforce its strategic shift to more prospective regions and may signal the beginning of the end of its troubles in the country. But pruning must yield new growth, especially upstream
ExxonMobil bets on natural gas for the future
24 February 2011
Predicting soaring global demand for power generation, ExxonMobil is betting on natural gas as the fuel of the future
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