Russia, Japan Oil and Gas
Mikhelson doesn’t rule out participation of Japanese companies in consortium for preparation of Arctic LNG-2Edited by Rhod Mackenzie / 2017-04-28 06:30:48
The head of Novatek Leonid Mikhelson hasn’t ruled out the possibility of the participation of Japanese companies in the consortium for the preparation of the LNG-plant project Arctic LNG-2.
The Irkutsk Oil Company (INK) and the Japan National Petroleum, Gas and Metals Corporation (JOGMEC) have signed an agreement on the basic terms of the cooperation in conducting joint geological exp
The Japanese JOGMEC and the Irkutsk oil company discuss new oil production projects in Russia, the Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said in an interview with the Rossiya 24 television channe
Japanese companies are ready to participate in the third phase of the Sakhalin-2 project both as buyers and as investors.
On the eve of his visit to Japan, A. Novak gave an interview to the Japanese mass media, where he told what the world hydrocarbons market would face in the near future.
The Russian Minister of Energy Alexander Novak has discussed with Japanese companies the possible cooperation in the field of oil refining projects, electric power and power equipment.
Russia and Japan will discuss their cooperation in the fuel and energy sector, in particular, the export of Russian hydrocarbons.
Tokyo expects an increase in the share of Russian energy resources in the Japanese energy balance to 20-30%.
The Japanese company Mitsui plans to take a final investment decision on the Sakhalin-2 project by the end of 2018, the company’s executive director Fujiwara Hiroutatsu told the Bloomberg.
The strengthening relations between Moscow and Tokyo can make real the project of building a gas pipeline from Russia to Japan.