Oil & Gas Pipeline & Transportation: Russia

Wintershall confirms intent to join Nord Stream II

Wintershall and Gazprom have signed a memorandum of intent to cooperate on construction of the Nord Stream II gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea.

Gazprom cancels South Stream pipeline deal with Saipem

After a year of project suspensions and delays, Gazprom has canceled its contract with Saipem to lay the first of four lines of the South Stream offshore gas pipeline under the Black Sea. 

Gazprom holds talks on Nord Stream II construction

Gazprom has held talks with OMV and Wintershall’s parent company BASF about the planned Nord Stream II project in the Baltic Sea.

Turkey approves Black Sea gas pipeline system surveys

Gazprom says Turkey has issued a permit on engineering surveys for the offshore section of the planned Turkish Stream gas pipeline system in the Black Sea.

Russian majors sign Caspian gas accord

Gazprom has signed a contract under which Lukoil will supply gas from its fields in the northern Caspian Sea until 2024.

Trio sign accord on two further Baltic Sea gas pipelines

Senior representatives of Gazprom, Shell, and OMV have signed memoranda of understanding on new infrastructure to take Russian natural gas to Europe.

South Stream Line 1 weight coating resumes

Europipe GmbH has lifted the suspension on concrete weight coating work for Line 1 of the South Stream pipeline. 

Gazprom, Turkey sign deal for Turkish Stream gas deliveries to start in 2016

Russia and Turkey have signed an agreement  on operational commissioning and for gas deliveries via the Turkish Stream to commence in December 2016, said head of Gazprom Aleksey Miller.

South Stream pipeline construction suspension lifted

Saipem has received notice that South Stream Transport BV is lifting its work suspension.

Turkey takes more gas via Black Sea pipeline

Gazprom says it exported 5.4 bcm (190 bcf) of gas to Turkey via the Blue Stream pipeline in the Black Sea during the first four months of 2015.


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