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Sakhalin-1 operator to drill world’s biggest oil well

Sakhalin-1 operator company, Exxon Neftegas Limited, plans to drill a 14-kilometer-deep oil well at the Chaivo deposit in Sakhalin. A statement to this effect was made by the company’s President James Taylor at an international conference on oil and gas projects in Sakhalin.

Friday, September 30th, 2011

Sakhalin Energy May Keep Additional LNG Cargoes to Japan in 2012

Sakhalin Energy Investment Co., operator of Russia’s only liquefied-natural-gas plant, plans to continue shipping additional volumes of the fuel to Japan next year to help replace damaged nuclear capacity.

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

Sakhalin authorities mull second LNG plant by 2020

An expected increase in gas production from the Sakhalin projects in Russia's Far East will make it expedient to build a second liquefied gas production plant in Sakhalin Island by 2020, apart from the planned expansion of the existing LNG capacities, Sakhalin governor Alexander Khoroshavin said Tuesday.

Wednesday, September 28th, 2011

From London to Sakhalin: British woman crosses Tatar Strait by kayak

British adventurer Sarah Outen crossed Russia's Tatar Strait in seven and a half hours by kayak and reached Sakhalin on Wednesday, she wrote in her blog. The crossing is the latest stage of a two-year round the world expedition from London to London, cycling across continents and kayaking at sea.

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

Sakhalin salmon population infested with lice

A major population of salmon in Pacific waters off Russia's Far Eastern region is suffering from a severe infestation of lice, officials at a maritime research institute said on Monday.
As much as 70 per cent of schools of pink (or humpback) salmon living to the north-east of Russia's Sakhalin Island suffer skin lesions [...]

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

Gazprom Sees LNG Plant Expansion Backed By Sakhalin-2 Fields

OAO Gazprom expects the Sakhalin-2 venture to produce enough fuel to support the expansion of Russia’s only liquefied natural gas plant as its partner Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDSA) seeks resources outside the project.

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

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