Qatari company intends to compete with Nord Stream 2
Qatar Petroleum, the world's largest exporter of LNG, intends to invest in a German terminal for liquefied gas, something that should reduce Berlin's dependence on Russian gas, according to Handelsblatt Global.
Russia completes electrification of railway line bypassing Ukraine
Russia’s Federal Grid Company of Unified Energy System (FGC UES) has completed a project for the electrification of a new railway line Zhuravka-Millerovo, which passes through the regions of Voronezh and Rostov, bypassing Ukraine, the energy company said.
Expert explains why demand for primary housing in Moscow is growing
In the first half of this year, sales in the primary real estate market within the border of old Moscow have grown largely due to the demand drown off from the secondary market, according to Maria Litinetskaya, the managing partner of Metrium company.
Russia's Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline can no longer be stopped
Yesterday, a Solitaire vessel began to lay the first deep-water pipes in the Gulf of Finland within the framework of the Nord Stream 2 project, which means that the new gas pipeline from Russia to Germany can no longer be stopped, Forbes said.
Three investors are willing to put up their capital in Pskov airport development
Three investors are poised to put up their capital in the infrastructure development of an airport in the Russian city of Pskov, said the head of the Pskov region administration, Denis Gulyaev, when presenting the region's investment potential to a delegation from the Russian-German Foreign Trade Chamber.