Exxon Mobil Corp. challenged and canceled a $ 2 million fine imposed by the US Treasury for failure to comply with sanctions against Russia in a Dallas court.
For this, it is proposed to reanimate the old Soviet project to create the Eastern Petrochemical Complex, the cost of which is now estimated at 1.3 trillion rubles.
Igor Sechin recorded a failure: the largest corporate blackmailer and extortionist in the Russian Federation did not manage to tear off more than 80 billion rubles from participants of the Sakhalin-1 project. His company abandoned its financial claims in court.
Igor Sechin claims that Eni has not left the projects with Rosneft, the companies continue to cooperate in the Black and Barents Seas.
The dispute settlement agreement assumes that ExxonMobil’s subsidiary will pay a profit tax of 35%, while Russia will extend the right to extract oil until 2051 as part of the production-sharing agreement.
"Rosneft" will receive 230 million dollars instead of 89 billion rubles.
According to the company Igor Sechin, members of the consortium "Sakhalin-1" illegally enriched at its expense by 89 billion rubles.
"Rosneft" becomes a professional extortionist in the Russian market: the company demanded 89 billion rubles from the consortium. It was for this amount that oil flowed from the Chayvo field on Sakhalin from Rosneft to Sakhalin-1.
The only developed Arctic field for the near future will remain Prirazlomnoye in the Pechora Sea from Gazprom Neft.
Its partners CEFC and ExxonMobil were faced with problems.
The largest oil and gas corporation of the USA because of the anti-Russian sanctions intends to withdraw from the general projects with Rosneft in search of new hydrocarbon deposits. ExxonMobil said it would result in losses amounting to $ 200 million.
The history of the Siemens turbines in the Crimea demonstrates the weakness of sanctions and the ingenuity of business.
Communication with the odious head of Rosneft is a violation of anti-Russian sanctions, the US Treasury decided. ExxonMobil managers will pay $2 million for dealing with Sechin.
The company has already invested 100 billion rubles in the Arctic projects and plans to invest 2.5 times more in the next five years.
The US administration has recalled that sanctions against Rosneft should be applied to all US companies.
Rockefeller family's foundation gets rid of their shares in the oil and coal companies.
Rosneft and Exxon themselves will build a gas pipeline to the future LNG plant.
ExxonMobil is suspected of misleading the investors.
The continued drop in oil prices, which since June 2014 has reached almost 60%, raised questions about the well-being of the American oil shale industry.
The president of Rosneft have made his way from a statesman to the country's highest paid top manager in a year and a half. How does the former offiial cope with his new job?