The head of BP, Bob Dudley, said that restrictions on Rosneft (at BP 19.75%), Gazprom and LUKOIL, similar to sanctions against UC Rusal Oleg Deripaska, will not be imposed. Otherwise, the power system of Europe is waiting for the collapse, he warned.
Negotiations began to sell a stake in the Russian oil company.
The $17 billion deal between Rosneft and British oil and gas giant British Petroleum was consulted by the firm with the participation of an old Putin friend, Matthias Warnig.
The company is trying to get it back from the writer Dmitry Lipskerov.
The Court reversed the decision on compensation from RBC in the lawsuit of Rosneft.
BP predicts that by 2035 oil production in the country will grow by 10%, gas production by 28%.
Igor Sechin, head of Rosneft, fears that BP will get a blocking stake in the Russian company during the privatization of 19.5% of its shares. To avoid this, he asks the Government to restrict the rights of buyers of the privatized shares.