Repsol YPF Eyes LNG Joint Venture

Friday, February 10, 2006
Repsol YPF SA is studying the creation of a joint venture with Tambeyneftgaz and Anadarko for a liquified natural gas (LNG) project in the Yamal Peninsula. The project would transport gas to the west coast of Canada, where it would go through Repsol YPF's regasification plant at Canaport, to be later sold in the US. The company also plans to open an office in Moscow to support its growing business in Russia, to foster opportunities for new partnerships with some of the country's leading companies. Repsol YPF also maintains talks with Gazprom for other LNG projects. (Source: www.forbes.com)

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