MOSCOW U.S. President Donald Trump imposed sanctions last week on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline designed by Moscow to bypass Ukraine and increase gas supplies via the Baltic Sea to Germany, Russia's biggest energy customer.
MOSCOW Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Monday that the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline would be completed in a matter of months and U.S. sanctions imposed on the project last week would not be "catastrophic".
MOSCOW The group behind Nord Stream 2 said on Saturday it aimed to complete a pipeline to boost Russian gas supplies to Europe as soon as possible, after U.S. sanctions prompted a major contractor to suspend pipe-laying activities.
MOSCOW/KIEV Moscow and Kiev have signed agreements covering the supply of Russian gas via Ukraine to Europe, a spokesman for Kremlin-controlled Gazprom said on Friday, marking a major step towards clinching a final deal.
MOSCOW Russian state gas producer Gazprom posted on Friday a third-quarter net profit of 212 billion rubles ($3.32 billion), down 45% from the same period a year ago on lower export volumes and weaker gas prices in its core European market.
MOSCOW, Nov 1 Plans for the expansion of
Russia's Sakhalin-2 liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant have been
put on hold, according to three sources involved in the project,
a potential setback to Russia's ambition to lift its global LNG
MOSCOW/VIENNA A Russian liquefied natural gas (LNG) unit hailed by President Vladimir Putin as a guarantor of energy security to Russia's Kaliningrad enclave has been leased by OMV, in the absence of immediate threats to its overland gas supplies.
MOSCOW/VIENNA, Aug 29 A Russian liquefied
natural gas (LNG) unit hailed by President Vladimir Putin as a
guarantor of energy security to Russia's Kaliningrad enclave has
been leased by OMV, in the absence of immediate
threats to its overland gas supplies.
Kopenhagen/Moskau Der Weiterbau der umstrittenen Gaspipeline Nord Stream 2 zwischen Russland und Deutschland hängt immer noch an der ausstehenden Genehmigung durch die dänischen Behörden.
COPENHAGEN/MOSCOW A Russian-led gas pipeline project across the Baltic Sea to Europe could be delayed by up to eight months and cost an extra 660 million euros ($740 million) due to hurdles in securing the necessary permits from Denmark, the pipeline operator has said.