Gazprom is preparing to test an innovative method of oil spill cleanup
BP stabilizes production at the Azeri-Chirag-Guneshli block
"Stroygazkonsalting", "SGM" and "Stroynovatsiya" will meet at the conference "NEFTEGAZSTROY 2013"
Uzbekistan to run a small-scale LNG project with support from Russia
At today more then 150 companies from 12 countries join us at RAO/CIS Offshore 2013
Gazprom Neft invigorates exploration work in the Arctic areas
Rosneft continues buying gas assets
Tokarev: Rosneft's increase of oil supplies to China will change Russia's cargo flow pattern
Miller: With a new gas transmission system in the east, Gazprom will have a unified gas supply system
Azerbaijan to propose using the Baku-Novorossiysk oil pipeline in reverse mode
Mikhail Krutikhin: A window seat
Mikhail Krutikhin: Double exposure
Mikhail Krutikhin: Self-inflicted wounds
Mikhail Krutikhin: Expensive Russia
Mikhail Krutikhin: A feminine touch
Russia: Insights from a changing country
Russian elections and the energy sector – no changes ahead
Nabucco Will Be, Even Without Azerbaijan, Experts Claim
Streams and Dreams: RusEnergy Expert on Gas Pipeline Projects
RusEnergy Expert: The fuel crisis is not a conspiracy but a combination of stupidity and greed (in Russian).
Gold Stream: Gazprom’s new pipeline deserves to be called by that name
Liberalism on ice: Russia will keep offshore projects closed for non-state companies until oil prices fall
Tapping tight oil: field service providers master technologies of dealing with low-permeability plays
Sea warriors: a disputed offshore field may leave Europe without Turkmen gas
Enforced recovery: oil operators look for new methods of producing tight oil
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