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Heads of Gazprom and Rosneft discuss bilateral cooperation

On August 28, Gazprom's Chief Executive Officer Alexey Miller and Rosneft'sPresident Sergey Bogdanchikov discussed perspectives of joint developmentof the Gubkinsky oil refinery and questions of financing joint explorationof the Prirazlomny oil field. The parties also considered issues ofbilateral cooperation in the gas exploration, production, transportationand selling, the press service of the Russian gas giant told RBC. Duringthe meeting, Miller and Bogdanchikov paid attention to the implementationof a number of other promising projects, in particular in the CentralAsia..

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