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Gazprom may acquire Romanian oil company
8.02.2012 16:10
Gazprom may acquire Romanian oil company

The Austrian oil and gas company OMV is negotiation with Russian gas giant Gazprom on selling 51% shares of Romanian oil company OMV Petrom, reports the local newspaper Bursa.

Gazprom has declined commenting the information.

The company Petrom was established by the Romanian authorities and started working in the local market in 1997. The Austrian OMV bought the control share of Petrom in 2004 for 1.5 billion Euro. The Bursa points out that Gazprom showed its interests in acquiring Petrom that year as well as Russian –British TNK-BP, Italian ENI, Swiss Glencore, Polish Orlen and Hungrain MOL.


Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Gazprom Russian oil companies Russain gas companies Russian businness  

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