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Russian gas producer Gazprom has reported a fall in non-CIS gas exports in the period of Jan-Aug this year. There has been a decline of 4.5% in natural gas exports outside the former Soviet Union. Although the output of the company has increased by 1.7% reaching 331 bcm in the same period. Gazprom also revealed that the company's gas exports to Europe and its prices will fall in 2019.
Russia’s natural gas giant, Gazprom has said that despite the threat of US sanctions, work at the controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline will continue since the pipeline is "past the point of no return". The $12-billion Nord Stream 2 will amplify Russian gas shipments to the EU's biggest economy, Germany. The final major hurdle in the way of Nord Stream 2 is obtaining approval from Denmark.
Despite a decrease in export volumes, the Russian gas producer Gazprom, has reported an increased net income in the January-March quarter. A 44% hike in the quarterly net profits has been observed whereby, the quarterly revenue rose to 2.29 trillion roubles from 2.14 trillion in the previous year. Higher sales and prices of gas are instrumental for this upturn.
Baltic LNG project of Gazprom is under progress and the Russian gas producer was looking for advanced technology to be used in it. Now, the firm has decided to go with the technology made by Linde or Royal Dutch Shell. "We've looked at the efficiency of both technologies and they basically have the same indicators in terms of workability. The rest is a question of negotiation", said Gazprom's board member.
Energy major, Royal Dutch Shell has decided to leave a Baltic LNG project which is led by Russia's Gazprom. This will pose a challenge for the Russian state gas major to take forward this project with limited access to Shell's technology and no funds from the Anglo-Dutch company. Shell has taken this decision after witnessing the struggle of Western firms to expand because of the pressure of US sanctions.
World’s largest oilfield services company, Schlumberger has inked an agreement with Russian state-run Gazprom Neft for technological cooperation in well logging. The two sides will join forces to integrate the latest logging technologies into the expert geophysics company. The oilfield services giant will offer engineering support to its partners and train staff of the operating units of the company.
The Board of Directors of Russia’s Gazprom have agreed on the company’s LNG bunkering plan. The company will continue its work of developing infrastructure to produce and market LNG as a marine fuel. A group statement stated “Gazprom continues to build the LNG production, storage and shipment complex near the Portovaya compressor station. It is planned to use the plant’s output to, inter alia, bunker marine vessels in Russia.”
Russian gas giant, Gazprom has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Japan’s Itochu Corporation on the Baltic LNG project. Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee and CEO, Itochu Corporation held a working meeting in St. Petersburg. With this agreement, Gazprom and Itochu have confirmed their interest in potential collaboration in the framework of the project.
Focusing on digital transformation, Gazprom Neft has decided on improving the efficiency of oil business processes through it. The board of directors of the company have reviewed and approved on the use of innovative digital technologies for the same. Gazprom is developing its strategy for the digital transformation of business, the first stage of which is expected to finish by 2022.
In order to develop and embrace new technologies to increase oil recovery, Russia’s Gazprom Neft and China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) have come together as technical partners at the Eastern Economic Forum. The objective of the partnership also includes developing advanced techniques for polymer and surfactant flooding. The first step in the process would be a feasibility study for surfactant flooding which will take place at the Sutorminskoye field.
Gazprom, gas giant of Russia announced its Q2 report. The company’s profit surged and jumped to $3.8 billion. The numbers of the company beat all the expectations of the analysts. Gazprom gained profits from the increasing fuel prices. The shares of gas major increased by 1.1%. Gazprom has shipped over 101 billion cubic meters of natural gas to EU and accounted for 34% share in the gas market of Europe.
Chairman of the Management Committee of PJSC Gazprom recently met with acting Governor of Yamalo-Nenets autonomous area to discuss the key priorities of cooperation. The parties affirmed their commitment towards the continuation of constructive and mutually beneficial cooperation between the company and the regional government. 90% of Gazprom gas is produced from the fields of Yamalo-Nenets, and the area has seen RUB 884.7 billion investment in the last 5 years.
After Skolkovo Institute, Russian-Gazprom NEFT has now reached an agreement with tech giant IBM for the development of new technologies in onshore oil production. The new technology will be used to boost the efficiency of geological exploration and production of onshore reserves. The expanded cooperation is within the framework of an agreement made on strategic cooperation between Gazprom and IBM during this year’s St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.
A 3.4 TBtu cargo of Russian LNG reached India at its Dahej LNG terminal in Gujarat, the day before yesterday. GAIL recently renegotiated with Gazprom about the terms of the 20-year deal to import 2.5 million tones/year of LNG. India received its first cargo of US LNG a few weeks back. India Petroleum Minister, Dharmendra Pradhan sees the LNG import from Russia adding a new dimension to Indo-Russian bilateral relations!
The first ever cargo of Russian LNG is on its way to India and will reach the Petronet terminal today. The import comes in line with GAIL’s renegotiation with Gazprom about the terms of the 20-year deal to import 2.5 million tonnes a year of LNG. India received its first cargo of US LNG a few weeks back. The price indexation has been changed from the Japan customs-cleared crude to Brent.
Gazprom, the Russian gas giant, has said that not more than $ 5 billion capex is required for the construction of a gas processing complex near the Baltic Sea. Moreover, the firm will allocate a pipeline capacity of 45 billion cubic meters per year for the project.
Achimgaz, a German-Russian joint venture of Wintershall and Gazprom, has set a new benchmark, with total production reaching 30 Bcm of natural gas. Moreover, the company has produced more than 13 million tons of gas condensate, till date. The record figures reflect that developing difficult hydrocarbon deposits like the Achimov horizon can be successful and profitable.