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Shell Welcomes Putin's Sakhalin Offer

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin offered Royal Dutch Shell a role in the Sakhalin-3 and Sakhalin-4 natural gas projects on Saturday, just 2 1/2 years after Europe’s biggest oil producer was forced to cede control of Sakhalin-2 to Gazprom.

Survey: World's Richest Expats Live in Russia

Forget the American dream. If you want to make money in a foreign country, the place to go is Russia, which a new survey found to be home to the “wealthiest expats in the world.”

Aeroflot Terminal to Open in Winter

Aeroflot will move all of its flights to Sheremetyevo's glistening new Terminal 3 before switching to its winter schedule this year, CEO Vitaly Savelyev told reporters Friday after showing off the facility to visiting airline executives.

Indexes Finish Week With Mild Rebound

The MICEX and the dollar-denominated RTS, which was touted at the beginning of the month as the world's best-performing equity index, and are again in bear territory.

Obama Will Speak At School Graduation

U.S. President Barack Obama will make a commencement speech to 1,000 guests at the New Economic School and hold talks with Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, officials said, as details emerged of Obama’s much-anticipated visit to Moscow on July 6 to 8.

NATO-Russia Council 'Back in Gear'

NATO and Russia on Saturday resumed formal cooperation on broad security threats but failed to bridge major differences over Georgia in their first high-level talks since the August war.

South Stream Exports May Sideline Ukraine

Gazprom will use its planned South Stream pipeline to carry a third of its gas exports to Europe by 2015, chief executive Alexei Miller said Friday in an apparent warning to Ukraine, which now handles the bulk of the transit.

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