In general, we are bullish on gas. Gas will continue to grow faster than oil.
The Arctic can and probably will play a very significant role in the future supply of oil and gas.
I believe that a price of USD 75–80 per barrel will satisfy both producers and consumers in a year’s time.
The devaluation of the Russian currency has created new opportunities for both the Russian economy and the domestic oil and gas sector.
We have [one more] moral obligation. That is to provide affordable energy to the many people in the world who currently don’t have access to it.
A price of USD 50 or 60 per barrel does not frighten oil companies at all given their growing operating efficiency and the weakening of the rouble, as well as a tax regime that enables us to be efficient even when prices are low.
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