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Russia and the other former Soviet republics are often viewed as remote and obscure, but FSU OGM sheds light on the vital role these countries play in world energy markets. It explains the region's status as a key player in the EU's energy planning, while also focusing on the progress of efforts to expand deliveries to Asia.

Leading commentaries in recent years have covered the economic consequences of political unrest in Ukraine, efforts to open the Southern Gas Corridor between the Caspian Sea Basin and the EU, competition between Russia and Central Asia for access to the Chinese gas market and the continued rise in Russian liquids production.

Our journalists on the ground have a wealth of local experience and are proficient in Russian and other languages in Central Asia, allowing us to provide an unparalleled level of industry coverage.

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Kazakhstan delays big oil, airline and telecoms IPOs again

27 November 2019

Officials act amid market uncertainty after hired advisers say they should wait on valuations to improve.

Regal eyes Ukrainian production licences

26 November 2019

Regal owns 100% of MEX-GOL and SV, which span a combined 269 square km and are operated as a single development. The developer acquired a 100% stake in the VAS field, which covers 33.2 square km, in July 2016.

Kazakhstan rejects Karachaganak settlement offer

26 November 2019

Kazakhstan has walked away from a $1.1bn offer the Karachaganak development consortium made in October 2018 in the hope of settling a long-running profit-sharing dispute.

KazMunayGas’s Atyrau petrochemical complex is half finished

26 November 2019

Kazakhstan’s state-owned KazMunayGas is reportedly on track to finish half of the construction work on its petrochemical complex in the western region of Atyrau.

Putin vows to keep working with OPEC on supply cuts

26 November 2019

Russian President Vladimir Putin has said his country will continue working with OPEC to reduce oil production in order to balance the international oil market.

Naftogaz open to new deal with Gazprom

26 November 2019

Ukraine’s state-owned Naftogaz has said it is open to reaching a new natural gas supply and transit contract with Russia’s state-run Gazprom.

Mystery buyer snaps up 3.6% of Gazprom with discount in second SPO this year

22 November 2019

Russian natural gas giant Gazprom sold 3.59% of its quasi-treasury shares at RUB220.7 per share, making a sizable 13% discount to market. Notably, the buyer of the stake is not disclosed, making it the second mystery SPO this year in Russia's largest

Putin says humanity will end up in caves if it abandons hydrocarbons

21 November 2019

If humanity completely abandons hydrocarbons in the energy sector it will “end up in caves”, Russian President Vladimir Putin told delegates at the VTB Russia Calling investment summit.

BOOK REVIEW: Why Germany’s commercial interests prevail in its dealings with big, bad Gazprom

21 November 2019

There is an enigma as to why German political and public opinion is in favour of the Kremlin’s controversial Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline. "The Bridge: Natural Gas in a Redivided Europe" by Thane Gustafson tries to solve the riddle.

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