Russia Upstream: what to look for in 2015

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2015 is going to be a challenging year for the Russian upstream industry. With increasing political and economic uncertainty, companies will have to become more disciplined  when spending and setting priorities, which will often be defined by a strong geopolitical angle. In 2015, Russia will attempt to become more self-reliant, which will naturally slow down any progress in the frontier areas. The coming year will be marked by growing uncertainty in all key areas.

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  • Fields expected to come onstream in 2015


  • Gazprom's proposed Altai route to China

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