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Oksana Kobzeva

China expands in Russian LNG with Yatek stake buy

Jan 19 2022

MOSCOW (Reuters) -Zhejiang Energy will buy a 10% stake in a liquefied natural gas project in Russia for 500 million euros ($567 million), a Russian firm said, confirming China's status as the world's biggest LNG buyer and its deepening energy ties with Moscow.

Gas prices rise as Russian pipeline stays in reverse after three weeks

Jan 10 2022

MOSCOW A pipeline that usually sends gas from Russia to Europe was stuck in reverse after three weeks on Monday, pushing up prices in Europe at a time of political tension between Moscow and the West.

Nord Stream 2 starts filling second pipe with natural gas

Dec 17 2021

MOSCOW (Reuters) -Nord Stream 2 AG said on Friday it had started filling its second pipe with natural gas, stepping up preparations to launch a project that has sparked global political tensions and is yet to get the green light from Germany.

UPDATE 2-Nord Stream 2 starts filling second pipe with natural gas

Dec 17 2021

MOSCOW, Dec 17 Nord Stream 2 AG said on Friday it had started filling its second pipe with natural gas, stepping up preparations to launch a project that has sparked global political tensions and is yet to get the green light from Germany.

Gas price windfall makes Gazprom patient over Nord Stream 2 delay

Dec 03 2021

MOSCOW Windfall revenues from high European gas prices mean Russia's Gazprom will not start pumping gas through the Nord Stream 2 pipeline before certification and it will not press Germany to speed up the process, two sources said.

Gazprom reports record quarter on surging gas prices, sees bumper times ahead

Nov 29 2021

MOSCOW (Reuters) -Russia's Gazprom on Monday reported a record quarterly net profit of 581.8 billion roubles ($7.8 billion) for the third quarter reflecting high natural gas prices and said it expected even higher earnings in the last three months of the year.

Wholesale gas prices ease in Europe as Russian gas flows resume

Nov 09 2021

MOSCOW (Reuters) -Wholesale gas prices fell in Europe on Tuesday after Russian gas flows resumed to Germany, raising hopes that Moscow is carrying out a pledge to increase supplies and ease concerns about shortages and high prices before winter.

UPDATE 3-Wholesale gas prices ease in Europe as Russian gas flows resume

Nov 09 2021

* Europe worried about high prices, supplies before winter (Adds details, updates data)

Russia keeps Europe waiting on new gas supplies

Nov 02 2021

MOSCOW (Reuters) -Russia's Gazprom declined to book extra capacity to ship more gas to Europe from January at auctions on Tuesday, a step that would have helped ease prices in a market haunted by worries about Moscow's intentions.

UPDATE 2-Europe's gas prices surge as Russian pipeline switches to flow east

Nov 01 2021

MOSCOW, Nov 1 A major pipeline that normally brings Russian gas from Poland into Germany has been switched to flow east, further boosting Europe's sky-high gas prices on Monday, although Poland said Russia was continuing to meet its contractual obligations.

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