Articles by Svetlana Novolodskaya

Gazprom to Help LUKoil Extract Gas

LUKoil have teamed up with Gazprom in a $2 billion natural gas program that will give the No. 1 oil company access to the gas monopoly's pipelines until 2005.

A Tale of Stealing, Lying And Laundering at Sibur

The trial of former Sibur president Yakov Goldovsky and vice president Yevgeny Koshchits got off to a surprising start with the plaintiff withdrawing their civil suits.

Deripaska Grabs Bank, Insurer

  • 05 October 01
  • Staff Writers
Siberian Aluminum chief Oleg Deripaska together with Sibneft chief Roman Abramovich has added to his empire by taking over Avtobank and leading insurer Ingosstrakh.

Russian Steel Majors Accused of Dumping

U.S. steel majors have demanded that high import duties be imposed on 20 countries -- including Russia.

3M Lets Rostov Firm Make Reflective Strips

The Darus factory in Rostov-on-Don on the lower Volga this month will begin to use technology from 3M to produce reflective strips for road signs.

Cellulose Producers Fear Huge Price Slump

Leading international cellulose producers have for the first time formed a cartel to keep prices high.

Pan Am Silver Settles Dukat Deposit Fight

The long, bitter struggle for control of the world's third-largest silver deposit has ended peacefully.

Videocon Mulls $100M Investment

An Indian television-making giant is considering investing up to $100 million in a Voronezh factory.