Royal Dutch Shell hopes to complete a deal by the end of the year, which will result in Gazprom receiving 25 percent, plus one share in the Sakhalin-2 project, and the Anglo-Dutch company receiving 50 percent plus one share in the Zapolyarnoye-Neocomian project, reported Interfax.
“I hope that by the end of 2006 the exchange will be completed. It is already July,” Shell CEO Jeroen van der Veer said in an interview with the Russian daily Vedomosti. However, he noted that talks on the exchange ...

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