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Thu, Aug 21 2014

Gazprom says Ukraine's unpaid gas bill tops $5 billion

MOSCOW - Russian natural gas exporter Gazprom said on Thursday that Ukraine's outstanding debt for gas supplies stood at $5.3 billion as of Aug. 1 and called on Kiev to ensure that gas continues to transit without disruption to Europe.

UPDATE 1-Gazprom says Ukraine's unpaid gas bill tops $5 billion

* Gazprom puts Ukraine's debt for gas supplies at $5.3 bln

Gazprom says hopes Ukraine provides safe gas transit to Europe

MOSCOW, Aug 21 - Russia's top natural gas producer Gazprom said on Thursday it hopes that Ukraine will stick to its obligations and allow safe gas transit to Europe.

Ukraine says ready for short-term compromise on Russian gas price

KIEV - Ukraine's energy minister on Tuesday said the country was prepared to pay an interim compromise price for Russian gas and criticized Russia's Gazprom for being unwilling to negotiate.

Ukraine says ready for short-term compromise on Russian gas price

KIEV, Aug 19 - Ukraine's energy minister on Tuesday said the country was prepared to pay an interim compromise price for Russian gas and criticised Russia's Gazprom for being unwilling to negotiate.

UPDATE 3-Russian oil giant seeks funds earmarked for pensions

* Gazprom has first loss since 2008 due bad Ukraine debts

UPDATE 1-Ukrainian sanctions would not 'automatically' hit Gazprom - Naftogaz

KIEV, Aug 13 - Ukrainian state-owned gas company Naftogaz said proposed Ukrainian sanctions against Russia would not necessarily target Russian gas monopoly Gazprom.

Ukraine closer to passing law for sanctions against Russia

KIEV/BRUSSELS - Ukraine's parliament backed the first reading of a bill to impose sanctions on Russian companies and individuals on Tuesday, a move that has raised concern in Europe about energy supplies from Russia.

Schlumberger expects Russia sanctions to hurt earnings

- Schlumberger Ltd, the world's No.1 oilfield services provider, became the first major U.S. company to say that its quarterly earnings would be hurt by U.S. and EU sanctions against Russia.

UPDATE 2-Ukraine closer to passing law for sanctions against Russia

* Sanctions could hit 172 individuals, 65 Russian companies

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