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Sakhalin region opens representative office in Japan

The Sakhalin Region has opened a representative office in Sapporo (Hokkaido, Japan) on Saturday, the regional administration's information department has told Interfax.
A delegation of Sakhalin regional officials, led by Vice Governor Natalya Novikova and also including business people and representatives of the fisheries, coal and oil and gas industries, arrived in Sapporo for the ceremony.

Monday, September 25th, 2006

Sakhalin Energy to conclude two $100 million contracts

Sakhalin Energy has signed Agreements of Intent with two companies to be followed by the subsequent conclusion of contracts on the technical service of Sakhalin-2 facilities. The sum of each contract will total $100 mln, Sakhalin Energy says.
The first agreement covering the technical service of Russia's first liquefied natural gas (LNG) production plant and the [...]

Monday, September 25th, 2006

Japan companies concerned over problems with Sakhalin-2 project

The Japan Gas Association's chief Akio Nomura has expressed concern over the situation around the oil and gas project Sakhalin-2 that has been suspended because of incompliance with ecological standards.

A stop to the project would have serious consequences for Japan's energy security, he told a news conference on Monday.
Nomura, who is also the head of [...]

Monday, September 25th, 2006

Sakhalin II water samples expected this week

Water tests near the site of the Sakhalin Energy project off Russia's Pacific coast are expected this week after the discovery of mass fish deaths, a global environmental organization said Monday.

Dead crabs and fish appeared September 21-22 on a strip of 10 kilometers (6 miles) along the coast of the Sea of Okhotsk, where Shell-led [...]

Monday, September 25th, 2006

Russia’s Sakhalin stance queried

Russia is under growing international pressure to explain its stance on the Sakhalin-2 energy project amid a political row about its development.
Russian officials have launched a full environmental review of the $20bn oil and gas scheme led by Shell, having withdrawn a key permit this month.
British, Dutch, Japanese and US officials have raised concerns about [...]

Monday, September 25th, 2006

Putin: Gas from Sakhalin is for internal use only

Russian President Vladimir Putin believes that the natural gas that is delivered to Khabarovsk through the newly-laid pipeline from Sakhalin must be used for internal purposes only.

"We have brought the receiving end of the pipe to Khabarovsk, the Khabarovsk territory. This gas is for internal consumption," Putin said at a meeting with the governor of [...]

Monday, September 25th, 2006

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