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BADRA, Iraq Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Wednesday that it was too early to talk about a possible exit from the global deal to cut oil production, and the eventual withdrawal from the agreement should be gradual.
NEW DELHI/SINGAPORE/MOSCOW Oil output from Russia's Far Eastern Sakhalin-1 project is set to rise by about a quarter from January, sources with knowledge of the plan said, signaling Moscow may find it hard to comply with output cuts in tandem with OPEC for the whole of next year.
MOSCOW Russia's Rosneft , the world's top listed oil company by output, sees the exit from a global oil production-cutting deal as a serious challenge, a spokesman for the firm said.
ST PETERSBURG, Russia Russian energy firm Gazprom Neft is chafing at a global deal to cut oil output because the pact has forced the company to curtail its ambitious plans for production growth, deputy chief executive Vadim Yakovlev said in an interview.
MOSCOW A plan to list Saudi Aramco in 2018 is on track, senior Saudi officials said in Moscow on Thursday, as Saudi Arabia gears up to sign a string of investment agreements with Russia.
ST PETERSBURG, Russia Former German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder faced further criticism at home after he was elected as chairman of Russia's biggest oil producer Rosneft on Friday.
MOSCOW Spartak Moscow owner Leonid Fedun said on Wednesday he was finding it increasingly difficult to manage the club but insisted he would not sell it.
MOSCOW Russia's second-largest oil producer Lukoil expects its output to rise over the next 8-10 years as it brings new fields onstream, vice president and co-owner Leonid Fedun said on Wednesday.
MOSCOW Russian oil producer Lukoil has no desire to return to banking after its executives face potential losses following the bail-out of private lender Otkritie, Lukoil vice-president Leonid Fedun told Reuters.
JARKUDUK, Uzbekistan Lukoil plans to keep pumping 100 million tonnes of oil per year between 2018 and 2027 with projects outside Russia and will keep annual investment at $8 billion-$8.5 billion, the chief executive said on Saturday.
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