Japan Oil and Gas, Legal

Court to consider Rosneft’s cassation on access to pipeline on Sakhalin

On Wednesday, the Arbitration Court of the Far Eastern District (Khabarovsk) will consider the cassation appeal of the largest Russian oil company Rosneft to acts of the lower courts, which rejected its claim to the operator of the Sakhalin-2 project the company Sakhalin Energy (50% plus one share belong to Gazprom) for access to the gas pipeline, owned by the project.
Rosneft, which is a part of the consortium of the Sakhalin-1 project, planned to use the pipeline to transport up to 8 billion cubic meters of gas per year from its fields in the north of Sakhalin to a gas liquefaction plant, which Rosneft and its partners, such as ExxonMobil, are going to build in the south. Sakhalin Energy stated about the absence of spare capacity to transport gas of the plaintiff.

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Russia not to change its standpoint in a tax dispute with ExxonMobil

The work on the suit of American ExxonMobil against the Russian Federation, concerning taxes within the offshore project “Sakhalin-1” is kept. Russia's position remains unchanged, the acting governor of the Sakhalin region, O. Kozhemyako said.

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