Moscow Offers Shell Way Out of Sakhalin-2

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Despite a bitter divorce with the West amid the war in Ukraine, Russia appears ready for a “peaceful” exit by Shell from the Sakhalin-2 upstream and LNG project. It seems likely that Moscow’s logic is being driven by a pragmatic desire to avoid international legal complications. It is also seen as a signal that Russia doesn’t want to shut the door on the West completely.

M&A, Ukraine Crisis, LNG Projects, Upstream Projects
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