Gazprom has filed a counterclaim against the Italian company Saipem for 730 million eurp in the trial of the South Stream project, it follows from the Gazprom’s report under IAS.
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.
Petitions for payment for the loss of shares in Ukrtatnafta were filed in London and Moscow.
Earlier, the company appealed to the arbitration court with a claim against the bank with the requirements to invalidate the relevant transaction.
In March, South Stream Transport BV, controlled by Russian Gazprom, filed counter claims against the Italian contractor Saipem for 541 million euro on the case of the failed South Stream gas pipeli
The Ministry of Finance did not like the idea of Rosneft to support its refinery with a special tax scheme.
The company is trying to recover $ 144 million from Kiev for the loss of a stake in the Kremenchug refinery.
The Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) is dissatisfied with the reduction of fuel sales by oil companies at the St. Petersburg International Commodity Exchange (SPIMEX).
On Tuesday the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg recognized EU sanctions against Russia's largest oil company Rosneft legitimate.
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.