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Russia - recent news
|20 Mar 23
||Russia: PetroNeft Resources provides company update
PetroNeft, an oil and gas exploration and production company, operating in the Tomsk Oblast, Russian Federation, and 90% owner and operator of Licence 67 and 50% owner and operator of Licence 61 has provided a company update.
|05 Mar 23
||Russia: Shell completes withdrawal from its interest in Salym Petroleum Development in Russia
Shell Salym Development – a subsidiary of Shell – has completed the withdrawal from its 50 per cent interest in the Salym project, which had been jointly developed with Gazprom Neft, a subsidiary of Gazprom.
|02 Feb 23
||Russia: 50 million tonnes of liquid hydrocarbons produced at LUKOIL’S North Caspian fields
LUKOIL's liquid hydrocarbon production in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea has reached 50 million tonnes. The Company discovered 11 fields in the Caspian Sea. The first one, named after Yury Korchagin, was discovered in 2000 and launched in 2010.
|18 Jan 23
||Russia: Wintershall Dea to exit Russia
The Wintershall Dea Supervisory Board approved a principle decision by the Management Board to exit Russia. Wintershall Dea to deconsolidate Russian segment from financial reporting and to record one-off non-cash charge of €5.3 billion in the fourth quarter relating to the deconsolidation as well as other Russia-related impairments.
|12 Dec 22
||Russia: NOVATEK announces discovery of Viktor Girya field
NOVATEK has announced that the Company’s subsidiary Arctic LNG 1 has discovered a new gas condensate field within the Bukharinskiy license area adjacent to the Company’s Trekhbugorniy license area in the Gydan Peninsula.
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