Statoil could pull out of Shtokman, Shell could move in - paper (Part 2)

May 2012
Russia & CIS Business & Financial Newswire;5/25/2012, p1
MOSCOW. May 25 (Interfax) - Statoil's withdrawal from the Shtokman gas project will be discussed at a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday, the Kommersant newspaper said.


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