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Gotsiridze: Rosneft is Going to buy a Control Package in Poti Terminal

Gotsiridze: Rosneft is Going to buy a Control Package in Poti Terminal

Russian oil giant “Rosneft” plans to buy a control package in Poti Terminal. In keeping with the confidentiality of the source, Roman Gotsiridze informed the colleagues and urged the government and parliament to take immediate legislative amendments, which should be reaction on “the permanent attempt by the Russian to mock …

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Petrocas Plans to Start Supplying fuel Through Georgian Corridor

Petrocas Plans to Start Supplying fuel Through Georgian Corridor

“Rosneft” plans to start supplying fuel through Georgia and Azerbaijan in 2017. According to Vano Nakaidze, general director of Petrocas Energy Group (holds 49% of Rosneft),  Petrocas is planning to build a logistics terminal via the South Caucasian corridor. “Rosneft oil products should be brought in Petrocas own oil terminal …

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Rosneft is Expanding its Business in South Caucasus

After Georgia, Russian energy company Rosneft plans to make a large investment in Armenia. Turns out that the Russian energy giant recently acquired Armenia’s network of gas stations “Petrol Markets.” The deal cost 40 million dollars to Rosneft. The company owns a network of gas stations and oil production base …

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Rosneft President: Russia Has Most Energy Potential

Russia can potentially extract 367-508 billion barrels of oil, the President of Rosneft Igor Sechin stated at FT Commodities. “This is significantly larger than not only the U.S. but Iraq, Iran and Saudi Arabia’s oil potential,” he added. According to Sechin, Russia’s hydrocarbon potential is the largest in the world. “Thus, …

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