Russia Unveils Oil Infrastructure Development Plan

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Russia's port and pipeline oil infrastructure is set to undergo a new period of expansion, construction and reconstruction until 2026, in line with the country's drive to reshuffle exports in response to sanctions and other "hostile moves" outlined last year by President Vladimir Putin. With infrastructure development being mentioned by the president as one of the key strategic tasks, the government has prepared a detailed plan, which, interestingly enough, is focused primarily on expanding west-bound infrastructure, although it is understood that east-bound schemes are also on the radar.

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