Posts Tagged ‘ExxonMobil’

  1. Tillerson 3


    December 13, 2016 by AK

    In March 2014 – right after Moscow’s Crimea operation – Christopher Helman, who covers the energy business for Forbes, wrote: So why has Exxon excelled there [in Russia]? I think it’s because Exxon has proven itself to be as hard-nosed as Putin is. Agreed. I’m not so sure about the following, however, since the Kremlin’s thought process is …
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  2. Tillerson


    December 11, 2016 by AK

    In dealing with Russian authorities, Exxon has always stood out among its peers for toughness. The company has steadfastly rejected opportunities that would not put it in control of a project: it would rather stay away altogether. As a result, 20 years after signing the original production-sharing agreement (PSA), ExxonMobil remains the operator and the …
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  3. The August blip/trough explained


    August 18, 2016 by AK

    OK, here’s the apparent reason for Russia’s daily oil output inching down by 2%+ this month from the average July rate. Actually, the shortfall has lately narrowed a little to about 30,000 tons per day or 220,000 bpd, less than 2% down from July. Prime, a Russian news agency, quotes Rosneft’s head of E&P saying some …
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  4. Gazprom’s Arctic platform: how important is it?


    September 30, 2013 by AK

    Russia produces over 10 million barrels per day – 500+ million tons per year – of crude and condensate, about as much as Saudi Arabia. Which of the two countries is No. 1 in total liquids output depends on how and whether you count Saudi and Russian natural gas liquids (NGL). The US is number three by …
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