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Chechen Court Overturns $140M Gas Debt Write-Off
Chechnya's capital has seen extensive raids and mass blackouts over unpaid gas bills by as many as 35 percent of residents.
Russian Football Union Names Gazprom Neft Executive New President
Dyukov, who was the sole candidate in the election for the RFU presidency, has worked for Gazprom Neft, since 2008.
By Demanding a Gas Discount, Kadyrov Is Pushing His Luck
A ruling by a Chechen court to cancel a massive gas bill has put the Kremlin in a tight spot.
Russians Owe More Than $450M in Gas Debt, Gazprom Says
Several Russian regions have asked for a write-off after a Chechen court ruled for 9 billion rubles of gas debt to be erased last week.
Fearing Protests, Court Orders Gazprom to Write Off Chechnya’s $135M Gas Debt
Unpaid debts on utility bills are a widespread problem in Chechnya’s capital of Grozny, with an estimated 35 percent of residents failing to pay their...
Putin Declares Exclave’s Energy ‘Independence’ as He Turns on LNG Tap
President Vladimir Putin has declared Russia's Western exclave Kaliningrad energy independent from neighboring countries.
Russia Gas Pipeline to Boost Grip on Ukraine and Europe, U.S. Diplomat Says
The pipeline has been opposed both by President Donald Trump, a Republican, and his Democratic predecessor Barack Obama.
Gazprom Plots Gas Pipelines to Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary and Slovakia — Reports
The route “in effect” replicates the South Stream pipeline that was scrapped in December 2014 under EU pressure after Russia annexed Crimea.
Russia's Gazprom Says Offshore Part of TurkStream Is Complete
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan met in Istanbul to mark the completion of the offshore leg of the pipeline.
Europe’s Tallest Skyscraper Costs More Than Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, Media Reports
The newly built 87-story headquarters of Russia’s Gazprom gas giant in St. Petersburg is estimated to have cost $1.8 billion.
Russia Looks to Hydrogen as Way to Make Gas Greener for Europe
Gazprom is exploring ways to produce emissions-free hydrogen from its fuel and create a $175 billion a year market by 2050.
Construction of Europe's Tallest Building Finishes in St. Petersburg
The 87-story building is slated to become the headquarters of Russia’s Gazprom gas giant.
Gazprom Drops Out of First Place in Energy Company Rankings
Big Oil and its benefactors are talking with enthusiasm again about the industry’s outlook, the report said.
Russia Extends Austria Gas Deal to 2040 After Putin’s Visit
The previous gas deal with Austria was set to expire by 2028.
Russian Energy Giants — Gazprom and Rosneft — Clash in International Gas Markets
Russian energy major Rosneft is challenging domestic rival Gazprom.
Politics Aside, Work Starts on Russia-Germany Gas Pipeline
The new pipeline will double Russia's export capacity of 55 billion cubic meters to Germany.
Russia's Gazprom 'Satisfied' After Settling EU Antitrust Case Without Fines
EU antitrust regulators ended a seven-year-long investigation into Gazprom on Thursday.
Russian Analyst Fired After Report Critical of Gazprom Contracts
Oligarchs Gennady Timchenko and Arkady Rotenberg were named as the main beneficiaries of the contracts.
Abramovich Donates $500M to Jewish Causes Over 2 Decades
Roman Abramovich, owner of Chelsea football club, is worth an estimated $11.5 billion.
Cost of Russia’s 'Power of Siberia' Gas Pipeline to China Balloons to $9.7 Bln
Russia aims to start natural gas sales via the Gazprom-built Power of Siberia pipeline by December 2019.
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