Rosneft reported in its operating results for Q2-2016 and H1-2016 that it completed drilling operations at an offshore field in Vietnam through a local subsidiary of the Russian oil and company.
Rosneft | Offshore Post
Drilling starts offshore Vietnam with Rosneft exploration well, as the oil and gas major looks to expand its exploration and production activities outside of Russia.
BP and Russian state Rosneft sign deals totalling US$750 million, covering exploration, production and refining operations spanning Russia and Germany
Rosneft, and Sakhalin-1 Consortium, are celebrating the completion of drilling the world’s longest well at the Chayvo field, offshore Sakhalin Island, Russia.
BP looks likely to lose significant income and earnings from its ownership stake in Rosneft, believed to be worth ‘hundreds of millions’ of dollars
BP has entered into negotiations with Rosneft, the Russian state-owned energy company, to acquire a stake in an Eastern Siberian oil field.
Seadrill, NADL and Rosneft have agreed to delay the agreement announced on 26 May until May 2015, whilst the uncertainty around ongoing sanctions persists.
Ukraine’s government has announced that it has agreed a deal for gas delivery provision with Statoil, the Norwegian state-owned energy giant.
American sources have hinted the USA is to announce additional sanctions against Russia, targeting joint oil businesses operations in the Arctic.
Statoil ASA has confirmed that it has discovered natural gas in the Barents Sea off the Norwegian coast, working in partnership with Rosneft.
Greenpeace has submitted a complaint about the drilling of a new oil well in Norway, which is being developed in partnership with Statoil ASA and OAO Rosneft