TNK-BP sold 38,520 tons of petroleum products at a large wholesale auction conducted by the Saint-Petersburg International Mercantile Exchange (SPIMEX), according to a corporate press release.
Vercknechonskneftegas produced 1.181 mln tons of oil in 2009 according to a company press release. Thus, its oil production plan was overfulfilled by 30%, and the well drilling plan was overfulfilled by 10%.
South Stream Hungary Zrt. will organize the preparation of a feasibility study of the Hungarian segment of South Stream, as well as finance, build and manage the gas pipeline in Hungary.
En+ Group and IrkutskEnergo plan to receive about four million emission reduction units (ERU is a market certificate under the Kyoto Protocol; it corresponds to 1 tonne of CO2 emission reductions) in a project to replace six water wheels at Bratsk HPP.
This decision was made by the 18th Arbitration Appeal Court, which confirmed validity of the determination issued by the Office of the Federal Antimonopoly Service (OFAS Russia).
IDGC of Centre, JSC is recognized to be a winner of contest held by Mid-Russian bank of Savings Bank of Russia for the most large projects and affiliate programs realized during 2009.
A contract to develop the Badrah oil field in Iraq has been signed today between Gazprom Neft Deputy General Director for Exploration and Production Boris Zilbermintz and the Government of Iraq.
Power Machines company manufactured the ТVV-220-2EU3 type hydrogen-and-water cooled turbine generator to be installed within the framework of reconstruction activities at the sixth power unit of Maritza East-2 TPP in Bulgaria.
Yesterday Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee held at the Company’s Headquarters a meeting on the Shtokman gas and condensate field development.
The Gazprom Headquarters hosted the Russian-Polish negotiations involving Alexander Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Company’s Management Committee, Michal Szubski, President of the PGNiG Management Board, as well as Members of the EuRoPol GAZ Management Board from Russia and Poland.