Tag Archives: Lukoil

Week in Review -February 14 – 22

by Elisabeth Nguebana This week’s issue looks at the North Stream 2 disagreement, the Donbass Blockade, and South Korean refiner SK purchase of Russian Urals crude for the 1st time in a decade. Gazprom’s pipeline ambition faces test in European courts Gazprom’s Nord Stream 2 project faces a test in European courts, as Poland, the main […]

Week in Review Sept 26 – October 2

by Alexander Geysman, Irina Mironova, Sophie Nguebana, Patrick Osborne, Glenda Pavon, Alberto Perego, Bogdan Polishchuk, Daniel Tsvetanov, Kelsey Zimmerman OPEC Deal: Riyadh and Tehran Reached a Pact on Reducing Crude Oil Production As producing countries gathered in Algiers for talks on September 28, Riyadh and Tehran reached a pact on reducing crude oil production. The exact […]

ENERPO Workshop: Drebentsov, BP’s Chief Economist for Russia and the CIS

by John Collins Amidst the vortex of uncertainty surrounding world hydro-carbon markets, Mr. Vladimir Drebenstov, the chief economist for BP in Russia and the CIS, arrived last Wednesday at the European University to give a presentation aptly entitled the Changing World of Oil and Gas, and included projections from the latest BP Energy Outlook. The presentation […]

Week in Review – March 21 – 28

by Lina Nagell and Zachary Waller Photo by Jerry Mathes II New Exports for Russia, Low ruble entices import of Russian goods.  Deputy PM Says Russian Economy Adjusting to Low Oil Prices, Weak Ruble Will Help Stabilize It  Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich said Wednesday that Russia’s economy is adjusting to low oil prices […]