Japan interested in Russia’s hydrocarbon projects, Minister says
Japan is interested in the participation in joint projects of hydrocarbons deep processing, the head of the Energy Ministry of Russia, Alexander Novak, announced on Friday following the talks with Japanese companies held over the course of his visit to Tokyo.
Volume of industrial housing construction in Crimea grew by 61%
In 2016, the volume of housing construction in the Crimea has increased by 61%, up to 163,400 square meters, compared to the previous year, the head of the Construction Ministry of Russia, Mikhail Menn, said on Friday at the Yalta international economic forum.
$390m not enough to speed up building rail access to Kerch Bridge
Acceleration of the Kerch Bridge construction required changes to the timing of rail access commissioning, and program of railway infrastructure development in the Azov-Black Sea basin may be completed in 2019, a year ahead of schedule, Kommersant reports on Friday.
Over $88,6m to be invested in mountain ski resort on Sakhalin
More than 5 billion rubles ($88,6 million) of private investments will be attracted this year to the sites of “Gorny Vozdukh” ski complex, the project, which is implemented within the same-name territory of advanced development in the city of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk.
Property of AkvaGroup put on auction
Property of AkvaGroup, a holding based in the Kemerovo region, which is owned by LLC Akvamarket and LLC Prodlyuks, was put on auction on the 6th of June at a starting price of 944,2 million rubles.
Moscow puts on auction five land plots for construction
The Urban Planning and Land Commission of Moscow agreed to put on auction five land plots for construction, the press office of the Moscow Committee for Construction Investment Projects and Co-Funding Construction reports on Thursday.
US politicians oppose Exxon intention to drill in Russia
Representatives of the Republican and Democratic parties oppose granting ExxonMobil rights to resume drilling operations on the continental shelf of the Black Sea within the framework of its joint enterprise with Russian Rosneft.
IKEA launches online shopping in Russia
Swedish IKEA, which owns a chain of stores selling furniture and household goods, announced on Thursday the launch of an online store for the Russian cities of Moscow and St. Petersburg.
Turkish Gurbag Group plans to enter Crimean market
Gurbag Group, a Turkish construction company, is considering entering the Russian market and looking for projects in the Crimea, the CEO of the company Cevdet Evgar told Rambler News agency on Thursday.
Russian MPs introduce draft law on burial of Lenin
Members of Russian Parliament, he State Duma, have introduced a draft law, which provides a legal framework for burial of the body of Vladimir Lenin, a Russian communist revolutionary.
Chinese investor to build $4bn oil refinery in Russian Far East
XinChen Ind. & Com. Group, a Chinese Corporation, plans to make an investment worth between 26 billion to 30 billion yuan ($3,8 – 4,4 billion) in the construction of an oil refinery in the Primorye Territory located in the Russian Far East.
Arab funds to invest in logistics hubs in Moscow and Novosibirsk
The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) and Mubadala Development Company, a state-owned holding company based in the UAE, as well as other leading Middle Eastern funds are going to invest in two logistics hubs in the Russian cities of Novosibirsk and Moscow.
Air bomb discovered during repair works in southwestern Moscow
Aviation shells of the Second Word War was found on Thursday over the course of repair work carried out in the south-west of Moscow, the press office of the Moscow Department of the National Guard of Russia (Rosgvardiya) told Interfax.
Turkish investors aspire to build factories in Crimea
Turkish investors are interested in construction of a cement plant in the Crimea, while the Greek ones have already embarked on hotels building, according to the press office of the Yalta International Economic Forum.