Rosneft mulls $500 million gas deal with Fortum
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's top crude producer Rosneft (ROSN.MM) said on Wednesday it may sign a deal to supply A Russian subsidiary of Finnish utility Fortum (FUM1V.HE) with natural gas in a deal worth over $500 million.
Rosneft said in a regulatory filing that its board of directors will discuss the deal to supply gas to TGK-10 TGKK.MM on Friday.
A Rosneft spokesman declined to elaborate on details when contacted.
(Reporting by Vladimir Soldatkin; additional reporting by Denis Pinchuk)
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