January 28: RBTH rounds up the day’s reporting in leading Russian media
Russian gas giant Gazprom says Europe must build a new pipeline from Turkey if it wants to secure energy supplies via its new route that cuts out Ukraine
Turkey the winner as cancellation of South Stream signals end of Euro pipe dream
Turkey hopes to hold two meetings with Gazprom before the New Year to discuss the size of the discount on the natural gas that Russia intends to deliver to Turkey, Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz said.
Ukraine began importing natural gas from Russia today, December 9, the head of public relations at gas transport operator Ukrtransgaz, Maksim Belyavsky, told Interfax
Gazprom has received an advance payment from Ukraine's national oil and gas company Naftogaz Ukrainy for December gas supplies, and the Russian gas giant is waiting for a request on gas volumes, Gazprom's official representative Sergei Kupriyanov told Interfax
Why has Moscow dropped the project, and who will the decision affect?
Ukraine may start to make pre-payments for deliveries of Russian natural gas before December 1, Ukrainian Energy and Coal Industry Minister Yuriy Prodan told reporters in Kiev on Tuesday
Gazprom signs deal at APEC summit to supply gas via Altai ‘western’ route
Analysts put success down to improvement in quality of corporate governance
Naftogaz Ukrainy has returned to Gazprom a portion of the payment for transit of Russian gas through Ukraine in September-October 2014, a Naftogaz spokesman told Interfax
Naftogaz has made the first payment of $1.45 billion to foot the gas bill of Gazprom
The legally binding protocol which was signed by Ukraine, Russia and the European Union in Brussels sets the conditions for natural gas deliveries from Russian gas giant Gazprom to Naftogaz of Ukraine from November 2014 to March 31, 2015 and is aimed at covering Ukraine's domestic gas needs over this period and guaranteeing the security of the gas supply
Naftogaz of Ukraine and Russian gas giant Gazprom have signed an additional agreement that will regulate daily gas deliveries to be paid for upfront, Ukrainian Energy and Coal Industry Minister Yuriy Prodan said after the trilateral gas talks in Brussels
Ukraine will pay for Russian gas already delivered to the country at a rate of $268 per 1,000 cubic meters regardless of Gazprom's position on the matter, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said
Russia and Ukraine could reach agreement today on a resumption of gas deliveries, given the signing of the documents that the sides discussed late last night, Energy Minister Alexander Novak told Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev at a government meeting.
The EU has scrapped plans for a major new natural gas pipeline between Russia and Britain
Resolving dispute on transit contract with Gazprom in court is effective, civilized method - Naftogaz
Naftogaz Ukrainy believes that going to court to resolve the dispute on transit with Gazprom is an effective and civilized method
Gazprom chief Alexei Miller and the vice president of CNPC, Wang Dongjin, have signed a technical supplement to an agreement on the purchase and sale of natural gas via the Eastern Route, which was concluded by Gazprom and CNPC on May 21, 2014, an Interfax correspondent reported from the signing ceremony
For gas to compete as an energy source on the international stage, a more unified market system is needed