Source Pravda.Ru

President of Rosneft to visit Sakhalin

President of the Rosneft oil company Sergey Bogdanchikov will make aone-day visit to Sakhalin today. He will fly to Okha and get to see theprocess of building the second section of the Okha heat and power plant bythe Rosneft-Sakhalinmorneftegaz enterprise, a source in the press serviceof Rosneft-Sakhalinmorneftegaz reported to RosBusinessConsulting.Bogdanchikov will also observe the construction of cottages from Canadianmaterials, purchased on Rosneft's money - 113m rubles (about $3.59m). Then,he will visit Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, meet with heads of Rosneft's subsidiarieslocated on the Sakhalin Island and hold a press conference afterwards. Lateon August 22, he will leave Sakhalin..

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