A subsidiary of Gazprom is set to acquire a 27.5% stake in the operator of the Sakhalin-2 project, replacing NOVATEK in the deal / Comment / RBC

According to a government order, a Gazprom entity will purchase the stake in Sakhalin Energy, the company managing the Sakhalin-2 project, for 94.8 billion rubles. The Cabinet of Ministers granted its approval for this transaction back in December.

For further insights into the shift from NOVATEK to Gazprom as the potential buyer and its implications on the project’s operational dynamics, we encourage you to delve into the commentary provided by Andrei Gusev, the Managing Partner of Nordic Star Law Offices.

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