Russia Oil and Gas, Ukrtatnafta
The new tariffs for the transit of Russian oil through Belarus might act from February 1st, 2017, as the official representative of "Transneft" Igor Demin announced.
"Tatneft" has sued him in Britain.
"Tatneft" has put forward new legal claims on the case of the seizure of the largest in the Ukraine Kremenchug oil refinery, which the company controlled until 2007. At this time the Russian company plans to recover $ 334 million of debt and interest for the supply of oil to the plant in an English court, among the defendants aew the co-owners of the "Privat" group of Igor Kolomoiskiy and Gennadiy Bogolyubov. But, according to lawyers, it is likely that the English court will not consider the claim, as it is not obvious whether the case comes under its jurisdiction.
Tatneft has initiated legal proceedings in England against a number of Ukrainian businessmen in the case of the supply of oil to the Kremenchug refinery (Ukrtatnafta), assessing its damages at $334.1 million plus interest, the press centre of Tatneft reports.
"On March 23, 2016, Tatneft initiated the legal proceedings in England against Gennady Bogolyubov, Igor Kolomoisky, Alexander Yaroslavsky and Pavel Ovcharenko," - the company said.