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The Japanese investors will take part in Yamal’s projects

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As informed by the Governor of the YaNAD, the Japanese partners have expressed the intention to participate in Yamal’s investment projects. He didn’t specify the companies. In the late 2016, JBIC was ready to provide a loan 200m RUB worth to Yamal LNG project.

As reported by Dmitriy Kobylkin, the regional investment projects are among the most promising ones worldwide. «The investment amount before 2025 exceeds $100bn. Yamal features 60 energy companies, including Gazprom, Rosneft, “Lkoil, Novatek,Gazprom neft, Transneft, Total, CNPC, Silk Road Fund, and Wintershaal,”— as cited by the Governor’s media office.

Source: Ъ-Online

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