Russia Oil and Gas, FAS
The Federal Antimonopoly Service will suggest a draft law on liberalization of gas tariffs in the regions. The document is planned to be submitted until the end of the week.
The Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) is dissatisfied with the reduction of fuel sales by oil companies at the St. Petersburg International Commodity Exchange (SPIMEX).
LUKOIL is considering the possibility of selling up to 30% of its petrol stations in Russia due to a drop in the profitability of the business.
Due to the modernization of the oil refineries there was "a steady deficit of facilities for the production of petrol and diesel grade 5" in Russia, the head of the department of the Fede
Rebranding can cost from 1.5 billion to 4 billion roubles.
"Rosneft" expressed its willingness to sell part of its gas stations in the regions after the privatization of "Bashneft", the head of the Federal Antimonopoly Service Igor Arte
The FAS will determine the regions and the number of filling stations that Rosneft must sell after the privatization of Bashneft, by the second quarter of 2017, said head of the FAS’ fuel and
FAS thinks that gas export liberalization by pipelines can be connected with the creation of equal conditions for producers in the domestic market, the deputy head of FAS, A. Golomolzin, said.
After the December rise in petrol prices the Russian FAS reminded two major producers of petroleum products - Rosneft and Gazprom Gazenergoset - of their obligation to regularly supply fuel to the
The Ministry of Energy wants to free prices of gas for large consumers.