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    Arvydas Dabulskis Arvydas Dabulskis
    Nadia Kazakova Great Article, Thanks.
    What is your twitter @?
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    Nadia Kazakova Nadia Kazakova
    Hi, Sorry, I do not use Twitter at the moment
  • Article / 03 November 2016 at 14:00 GMT

    Where next for Russian oil after October output jumps?

    Russia oil and gas expert
    United Kingdom
    Where next for Russian oil after October output jumps?
    While Russian oil production is hitting new record highs, pipeline exports held steady in October. As a result, a gap seems to have opened up between apparent oil supply and demand. Russia looks likely to back an Opec production cut if the cartel can agree on such a measure at its end-November meeting.
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    Paschalis Laberis Paschalis Laberis
    Very good and usefull report. Should we take into account the fact that Russia is at war and needed more oil than usual?
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    Nadia Kazakova Nadia Kazakova
    Hi, I think there must be some extra demand from the Russian military, but it is unlikely to offset the fall in demand from the Russian industry....
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    AndrejLences AndrejLences
    You have really useful articles. Very good job.
  • Article / 05 September 2016 at 10:00 GMT

    Russia is only a bit player in oil talks

    Russia oil and gas expert
    United Kingdom
    The Russian oil output and exports came off its record high in August, but mainly down to field maintenance rather than any effort to curb production. The talk on output freeze is a bit of hot air as Russia struggles to get a seat at the negotiating table.
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    fxtime fxtime
    Totally agree with point 1 being the underlying crux point....compliance.
    None of the parties involved could or would trust the other party to cut uniformly. A sort of...
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    ozy ozy
    Mrs Nadia, you write impossiblities of cuuting production by Russia, but i'm not agree that 3rd one you wrote. about loosing production capacity if they close.. but...
  • Editor’s Picks / 27 January 2016 at 13:34 GMT

    There's no certainty of a Saudi/Russian oil deal

    BloombergBusiness
    Markets may have been buoyed overnight after Iraq's oil minister declared there was "flexibility" between Opec kingpin Saudi Arabia and Russia towards some kind of agreement over an oil production cut, but Bloomberg's Javier Blas writes that there is not much appetite among the two oil-producing giants to make a move. Saudi Arabia's determination to defend market share and Russia's inability to cut during winter months is also exacerbated by the differing positions the two heavyweights take over Syria. Hopes that a managed end to the oil production supply glut look premature, says Blas.
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