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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

For the Record

  • The state-run United Grain Company will not seek to monopolize exports from the country, chief executive Sergei Levin said Friday. (Bloomberg)
  • Urals Energy said Friday that CEO Vyacheslav Ivanov resigned, and it named former CEO and board member Leonid Dyachenko as interim chief and executive chairman. (Reuters)
  • Naftogaz Ukrainy said Friday that an overwhelming majority of investors in its $500 million eurobond agreed to its restructuring plan and talks with other lenders were going well. (Reuters)
  • Steel pipe maker TMK said Friday that it expected the launch of new pipeline projects to drive “significant growth” in shipments in the second half of 2009, but that full-year volumes would still lag 2008. (Reuters)
  • LUKoil said Friday that it aimed to resolve a dispute and start a refinery in Ukraine in the coming month. (Bloomberg)
  • Russian Railways may generate net income this year after profit fell 47 percent last year to 76.4 billion rubles ($2.6 billion), Vadim Mikhailov, senior vice president for finance, said Friday. (Bloomberg)
  • Gazprom aims to take a 10 percent share of the U.S. gas market within five years, deputy CEO Alexander Medvedev said Thursday. (Reuters)