Russia Needs Technology to Avoid Reserves Decline

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Russia sees no imminent risks for the pace of its reserves replacement rate because of sanctions, but admits that slower exploration and poor development of technologies could have an impact on future reserves growth, Igor Shpurov, the head of Russia’s State Commission on Mineral Reserves, told Energy Intelligence in an interview.

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