Our Arctic Neighbors: Russia coping with transport of Arctic oil
No need to build planned new infrastructure in near future due to relatively modest oil production volumes, expert says
For Petroleum News
Some of Russia’s ambitious plans to develop oil transportation infrastructure in the northwest of the country are unlikely to be realized, according to expert Mikhail Grigoriev. In an article that was commissioned for a report titled “Oil transport from the Russian part of the Barents region, status....
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