Russian Timan Pechora project in the future

February 1997
Underground Construction;Feb97, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p6
Trade Publication
Presents information about the preliminary agreement reached by the oil companies Exxon Corporation and Texaco with Russian authorities on the financial terms of the Timan Penchora project. Purpose of the project; Requirements on the agreement before work on the project can begin; Estimation of the production of the Timan Penchora project; Development plan of the companies.


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