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Russia's Polymetal may consider special dividend payout: CFO

27 Aug 2019

MOSCOW Russian gold and silver producer Polymetal may consider a special dividend payout as rising gold prices bring the company closer to achieving its target debt burden, chief financial officer Maxim Nazimok said on Tuesday.

Russian businessman eyes Gazprombank's stake in coal project

23 Aug 2019

MOSCOW Russia's A-property group, owned by businessman Albert Avdolyan, has requested approval from the country's antimonopoly service to buy 49% of the Elga coal project from Gazprombank , the group said on Friday.

Russia's Rusal resumes aluminum supplies to U.S. market

01 Apr 2019

KRASNOYARSK, Russia Russian aluminum giant Rusal has resumed supplies to the U.S. market and aims to win back customers it lost due to sanctions by about September when the industry seals supply contracts for 2020, its chief executive said.

After sanctions lifted, Russia's Rusal boosts aluminum smelter capacity

29 Mar 2019

KRASNOYARSK, Russia Russian aluminum giant Rusal has launched new production at its Boguchansk aluminum smelter in Siberia on Friday, doubling its capacity to 298,000 tonnes a year.

Putin flies into Crimea for annexation party, launches power stations

18 Mar 2019

SEVASTOPOL/MOSCOW President Vladimir Putin flew into Crimea on Monday to celebrate the fifth anniversary of Russia's annexation of the region from Ukraine and led cheering crowds in repeated chants of "Russia" after inaugurating two new power stations.

Putin, in Crimea for annexation anniversary, launches power stations

18 Mar 2019

SEVASTOPOL, Crimea, March 18 President Vladimir Putin inaugurated two new power stations in Crimea on Monday after flying into the Black Sea peninsula to celebrate the fifth anniversary of Russia's annexation of the region from Ukraine.

Russia launches plant to reduce Kaliningrad's reliance on EU grid

06 Mar 2019

KALININGRAD, Russia Russia launched a new power plant on Wednesday to help make its Kaliningrad exclave in Europe self-reliant, as its European Union neighbors seek to unplug their power grids from Russia.

Moscow approves $29 billion power upgrade to encourage domestic suppliers

24 Jan 2019

MOSCOW Russia has approved the start of a 1.9 trillion ruble ($29 billion) modernization plan for domestic power plants, Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Thursday.

Biting the bullet, not the dust: Deripaska gives up his aluminum empire

21 Dec 2018

MOSCOW The U.S. decision to lift sanctions on Russia's Rusal , the world's top aluminum producer outside China, is widely seen as a Christmas present for the company, global consumers of its metal, and the Russian stock market.

Crimea power stations in sanctions row may face new delay

04 Dec 2018

MOSCOW Russia may delay until March the official launch of its power stations in Crimea, the stations' engineering firm said, the latest hitch to the plants where Russia is accused of installing German-designed electricity turbines in contravention of sanctions.

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