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Russia & Caspian Upstream month in brief: Russia and OPEC+ strike an effective balance

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04 July 2018

Russia & Caspian Upstream month in brief: Russia and OPEC+ strike an effective balance

Report summary

Spotlight on the main stories from Russia, Central Asia and Caucasus, adding our opinion and analysis. This month's editorial piece: The Kazakh energy transition: Eni enters Kazakhstan's emerging renewables sector. Key news from last month includes: Russia and OPEC+ agree on more oil supply; Shah Deniz Phase Two delivers first gas to Turkey; Sakhalin-2 completes FEED study for a new LNG train; Russia approved the agreement on the Caspian Sea legal status. For further information on these and any other regional themes, please contact Wood Mackenzie’s Russia and Caspian research teams.

Table of contents

  • Eni enters Kazakhstan's emerging renewables sector
  • What you need to know
  • Exploration and Development
  • Gas and LNG
  • Fiscal
  • Our latest insights, reports and webinars
  • Meet our analysts

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This report includes 3 images and tables including:

  • Potential output growth over next 12 months ('000 b/d)
  • TANAP construction progress
  • Caspian Sea: border disputes

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