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Reuters Corrects Story Saying Venezuela Is Avoiding U.S. Sanctions by Funneling Oil Sales Through Russia
State energy giant Rosneft had threatened to ban the news agency from Russia.
Rosneft Threatens to Ban Reuters in Russia Over Venezuela Report
“These actions constitute informational sabotage,” the oil giant said in a statement.
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.
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...
Russian State Bank Secretly Financed Rosneft Sale After Foreign Buyers Balked
After 2016 Rosneft privatization was hailed as a success, new sources claim that state-owned bank VTB secretly financed much of deal
Russian Energy Giants — Gazprom and Rosneft — Clash in International Gas Markets
Russian energy major Rosneft is challenging domestic rival Gazprom.
Rosneft Oil Giant Discovers New Oilfield in Iraq
Rosneft, run by President Vladimir Putin’s ally Igor Sechin, is a major investor in Iraqi Kurdistan and controls its oil pipelines.
Rosneft Signs New Oil Export Deal to Europe Despite Sanctions Threat
Rosneft will supply up to 10.8 million metric tons of crude oil to Germany under a deal with Total’s Swiss-based subsidiary.
Rosneft's Sechin Graces Ex-Minister’s Bribery Appeal After Skipping Earlier Summons
Sechin appeared at the closed-doors Moscow City Court hearing on the state prosecutor’s request.
Exxon to Quit Russian Oil Ventures Frozen by U.S. Sanctions
Exxon Mobil Corp. said it’s abandoning joint ventures with Russia’s Rosneft PJSC after international sanctions against the nation’s energy sector...
A Game with Unknown Rules (Op-ed)
The Kremlin's power lies in the unpredictable consequences of breaking unwritten laws
Rosneft Lawyer Arrested Over Bribe From Russian Mafia Boss
He was arrested for accepting the bribe from Shakro the Young, “the leader of the Russian criminal community”
Russia's Ministers Wary of New Year's Gifts After Ulyukayev Trial
Not food, not wine, not even flowers
Former Minister Ulyukayev Handed 8 Years in Rosneft Bribery Case
Ulyukayev is the first serving Russian minister to be sentenced since the collapse of the USSR
Ulyukayev Faces 10-Year Sentence in Rosneft Embezzlement Trial
Ulyukayev may receive a 10-year prison sentence and a fine of 500 million rubles
Russian State Firms Allowed to Hide Public Contracts as U.S. Sanctions Loom
Under the new rules, state firms can hide financial transactions and contractors can do business with companies under sanctions
Russian Court Will Stop Issuing Summons to Rosneft CEO Sechin in Ulyukayev Case
Sechin was added to the case’s witness list on day one of the high-profile trial but has failed to appear in court four times already, citing urgent...
Forbes Russia Scraps Rich Execs List
State company heads Andrei Kostin, Igor Sechin and Alexei Miller have topped Forbes’ rich list since 2012
Rosneft CEO Sechin Set to Skip Court Again
“There is no way Igor Sechin would be able to attend the Nov. 22 hearing,” Sechin's spokesperson said
Rosneft CEO Igor Sechin Dodges Court Appearance Again
Igor Sechin skipped two court dates this week despite the court sending him a summons by e-mail, fax and post
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