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OPEC+ Affirms Commitment to Oil Cuts, Defers Decision to Extend
There are signs that Russia, not Saudi Arabia, is setting the agenda for a group that controls more than half of global crude production.
Russia's Natural Resources Valued at 60% of GDP
This is the first time Russia has officially estimated their value.
Russia's Rosneft Says U.S. Statements on Its Venezuela Operations Groundless
The oil producer was conducting "purely commercial operations" in line with international law, Rosneft said.
U.S. Blames Moscow for Venezuelan Crisis, Sanctions Russian Bank
"Moscow, like Havana, continues to provide political cover to the Maduro regime," Pompeo said.
Russian Oil Giant Could Take Over Ruined Tsarist Palace Under New Law
The once lavish palace served as a residence for Russia's imperial Romanov dynasty before the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution.
Russia's Putin, Saudi King Ready to Continue Energy Cooperation
The two leaders praised bilateral partnership between Russia and Saudi Arabia.
Russia Has Second-Lowest Gas Price in Europe — Report
At 45 rubles ($0.68) per liter, Russian gas is the second cheapest in Europe.
Russia Says Oil Price War With U.S. Would Be Too Costly
Russia should not unleash an oil price war against the United States says one of the main Russian architects of a production pact with OPEC
News From Russia: What You Missed Over the Weekend
Renegade spacecraft. Deadly shootout in the North Caucasus. Rotenbergian anti-fraud.
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.
OPEC+ Caps Prove No Barrier to Record Russian Oil Output in 2018
Russia’s oil production reached a post-Soviet high last year even as it coordinated supply with OPEC.
Russia Plays Down Idea of Forming Joint Organization With OPEC
"There is a consensus that there will be no such organization," Russian Energy Ministry said.
What to Expect From 2019
In 2019, the Russian economy is expected to grow by 1.5 percent, with a slight increase in oil prices.
Rosneft Pulls Out of $30 Bln Iran Oil Project Over Fears of U.S. Sanctions, Media Reports
In November 2017, Rosneft announced a draft deal to jointly work on several “strategic” contracts in Iran, which together would bring up to $30 billion...
OPEC Waiting for Russia Before Deciding How Much Oil to Cut
OPEC has made a planned cut in oil output effectively conditional on the contribution from Russia.
Germany Committed to Nord Stream 2 Pipeline Despite Ukraine Crisis
The United States and others have stepped up criticism of the project since Russia seized three Ukrainian ships near Crimea.
U.S. Targets Iran-Russia Network Over Oil Sent to Syria
The network helped transfer hundreds of millions of dollars in cash to Hezbollah and Hamas, the U.S. Treasury said.
Russia Wants to Steer Clear of Any OPEC-Led Oil Production Cut
Worried by a drop in oil prices, Russia is talking about a policy U-turn just months after increasing production.
Russian Oil Companies Agree Deal to Freeze Gas Prices
Russian drivers had to dig deep into their pockets as average gas prices increased by almost seven percent since May.
Russia Clashes With Western Oil Buyers Over New Deals as Sanctions Loom
Russian energy majors brace for impending sanctions by pressing for payment in euros instead of U.S. dollars.
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