There are more signs of movement for foreign companies seeking to develop the vast oil and gas resources off Russia's Sakhalin Island. The Marathon-Mitsui-McDermott combine has submitted its plan to develop Piltun-Astokhskoye and Lunskoye fields to the Sakhalin administration, Moscow daily Kommersant reports. The group, which Shell recently agreed to join, hopes to begin operations in April 1993. Plans include oil and gas pipelines to connect Sakhalin to the mainland, a 15,000 b/d refinery

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