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Rosneft lets CNPC into its production heartlands


Rosneft lets CNPC into its production heartlands

Report summary

 With western sanctions in force against Russia, Rosneft has moved to further its relationship with CNPC, signing a framework agreement looking at the Vankorneft subsidiary, which holds Russia’s second most productive oil field – Vankorskoye. The rationale for both parties is clear – Chinese finance for Russian production – but the devil will be in the detail and negotiations could be tough.

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  • Agreements approved at the highest level
  • Rosneft’s rise has been based on acquisitions
  • Acquisitions funded by oil supply deals with China
  • Taas-Yuryakh’s deal loses momentum
  • Vankorneft comes to the fore
  • Compelling reasons drive the agreement but details could delay

In this report there are 3 tables or charts, including:

  • Agreements approved at the highest level
  • Rosneft’s rise has been based on acquisitions
  • Acquisitions funded by oil supply deals with China
    • The Vankorneft area and East Siberia
  • Taas-Yuryakh’s deal loses momentum
  • Vankorneft comes to the fore
    • Rosneft lets CNPC into its production heartlands: Table 1
    • Oil production profile at Vankorneft fields
  • Compelling reasons drive the agreement but details could delay
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