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RT: Gas prices in Europe to rise 50%, if it abandons Russia’s supplies – Energy Minister

Published time: April 04, 2014 15:39

Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak (RIA Novosti/Dmitry Astakhov)

Domestic prices in Europe will go up by at least 50 percent, if it cuts supplies from Russia, according to Russia’s Energy Minister Alexandre Novak. 522 more words


Oil and Gas Technology: Russian energy minister confirms plans to build Russia-Crimea pipeline

Russian media has reported ministers as confirming plans to build a gas pipeline to Crimea, with the intention of supplying three new power stations.

The natural gas pipeline could have a capacity of up to 2 billion cubic meters a year, energy minister Alexander Novak is reported to have said to Russian business newspaper, Kommersant. 81 more words

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The Voice of Russia: Gazprom urges Ukraine to fill gas storage for stable flows to Europe

Russia’s top natural gas producer Gazprom said on Thursday Ukraine has to increase the level of gas in storage to ensure its stable transit to Europe.  582 more words

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EU gas price to rise 50% if Gazprom supplies stop

European gas prices will rise 50% if the E.U. opts not to buy the blue fuel from Russia, Energy Minister Alexander Novak said late Thursday. 123 more words

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RT: Heated issue: Russia to construct gas pipeline to Crimea

Published time: April 01, 2014 09:36
Edited time: April 01, 2014 11:05

RIA Novosti / Igor Zarembo

Russian gas exporter Gazprom will build a pipeline to supply gas to energy-strapped… 459 more words


Pravda: South Stream adding gas to the fire

The situation around the “South Stream” is getting increasingly tenser. While the EU is looking for leverage over Moscow in light of the developments in Ukraine and Crimea, Gazprom is confidently implementing its “South Stream” project, including land areas of individual EU countries. 341 more words

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Russian oil majors ask government for tax cuts

Russia’s Rosneft, Surgutneftegas, Alliance Oil, Gazprom Neft, and several smaller oil companies have asked the government for tax benefits, Deputy Energy Minister Kirill Molodtsov said on Tuesday. 23 more words

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