Pendant les sanctions, les affaires (pétrolières) continuent
Rosneft signs flurry of deals in St Petersburg - Yahoo Finance UK
Russia’s top oil producer Rosneft signed several deals at the St Petersburg International Economic Forum over the weekend, despite sanctions imposed on the company’s chief executive Igor Sechin.
Following is a [list] of the agreements provided by Rosneft, the world’s top non-listed oil producer:
Bon, certains pays ne sont pas vraiment concernés par les sanctions (Cuba, Venezuela, Vietnam, Mongolie,…) mais on relève :
- Rosneft and BP signed an agreement to tap tight oil in Russia’s Volga-Urals region.
– Rosneft and United Arab Emirates’ Mubadala Petroleum signed a cooperation agreement to “foster greater co-operation between the two companies in exploration and production”.
The non-binding agreement provides for potential participation of Mubadala Petroleum in the development of Rosneft assets in eastern Siberia and Rosneft participation’s in international projects carried out by Mubadala Petroleum, Rosneft said.
– Rosneft and Pirelli signed a Memorandum of Understanding to produce and ship synthetic rubber in Russia’s far eastern port of Nakhodka. The product will be delivered to Pirelli’s own tyre production facilities in the South-Pacific region, Rosneft said.
– Rosneft and Azerbaijan’s energy firm SOCAR signed a joint-venture agreement. The agreement provides for oil and gas exploration and production projects including in Azerbaijan and Russia.
– Rosneft is in talks on acquiring a significant stake in North Atlantic Drilling from Norway’s Seadrill, the state-run oil company said after signing a partnership agreement with Seadrill. North Atlantic Drilling is a subsidiary of Seadrill, the world’s biggest gas and oil rig company.
– Rosneft said it is expanding cooperation in the energy sector with Alstom. It said the memorandum foresees a possibility of installation of different Alstom’s “solutions and products for power generation, industrial automation and emission control on Rosneft’s facilities.”