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Natalia Chumakova

Venezuela gets fuel from Russia, Europe but the bill soars

Feb 21 2019

MEXICO CITY/MOSCOW/LONDON Venezuela is paying heavy premiums for fuel imports from Russia and Europe, with fewer than a dozen sellers seeing the risk as worth the reward after flows from the United States dried up because of sanctions, trading sources said and data showed.

Venezuela gets fuel from Russia, Europe but the bill soars

Feb 21 2019

MEXICO CITY/MOSCOW/LONDON, Feb 21 Venezuela is paying heavy premiums for fuel imports from Russia and Europe, with fewer than a dozen sellers seeing the risk as worth the reward after flows from the United States dried up because of sanctions, trading sources said and data showed.

South Korea gets its first cargo of Russia's Yamal condensate

Dec 06 2018

MOSCOW, Dec 5 South Korea will receive its first cargo of Russian condensate from Novatek's new Yamal LNG project this month as it looks for alternatives to Iranian supplies that have been complicated by U.S. sanctions.

Russian oil production down from post-Soviet high in November

Dec 02 2018

MOSCOW Russian oil output stood at 11.37 million barrels per day (bpd) in November, down from the post-Soviet record high of 11.41 million bpd that it reached in October, Energy Ministry data showed on Sunday.

Fire shuts unit at Moscow oil refinery: officials

Nov 17 2018

MOSCOW A fire broke out in an oil refinery in Moscow on Saturday morning, shutting down a unit that Thomson Reuters data said produced more than half the plant's gasoline output.

Some Russian ships stop cargoes to Ukraine after tanker detained: sources

Aug 15 2018

MOSCOW/KIEV Some Russian ships have stopped transporting cargo to Ukraine, deeming it risky after a Russian tanker was detained in a Ukrainian port as Kiev made good on sanctions against Moscow, two sources at shipowners said.

Russia's Novatek starts Yamal's second LNG train, sends condensate to Middle East

Aug 09 2018

MOSCOW Russia's Novatek has launched a second liquefied natural gas (LNG) production train at its plant on the Yamal peninsula ahead of schedule, as Moscow is trying to turn into a significant global player on the super cooled gas market.

Exclusive: Russia refusing to send some rail freight to Latvia - sources

May 23 2017

MOSCOW/RIGA Russia's state-owned railway monopoly is refusing most requests to take cargo from Russia to ports in Latvia, industry executives said, a serious blow to the Baltic state which depends on the transit trade.

Russia faces fuel crisis after railway wagon ban

May 17 2012

MOSCOW Russia, the world's largest oil producer, faces domestic fuel shortages after authorities restricted the transport of crude oil by rail, forcing several refiners to cut production, industry and market sources said.

Russia faces fuel crisis after railway wagon ban

May 17 2012

MOSCOW Russia, the world's largest oil producer, faces domestic fuel shortages after authorities restricted the transport of crude oil by rail, forcing several refiners to cut production, industry and market sources said.

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