EuroChem signs six years gas supply contract with Rosneft

EuroChem, Rosneft sign gas supply agreement

6:46 AM, 29th May 2014
EuroChem  gas supply contract with Rosneft

MOSCOW, RUSSIA: EuroChem has agreed to a six-year gas supply contract with Rosneft. The agreement foresees deliveries of 9.83 billion cubic metre of gas by the end of 2019.

“We are proud to see this agreement pave the way for cooperation between our two companies. This long-term contract is evidence that Rosneft and EuroChem see great potential for expanding mutually beneficial areas of partnership, which could eventually go beyond gas sales,” said Igor Sechin, CEO, Rosneft.

 

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