PROBLEMS PLAGUE RUSSIAN UPSTREAM VENTURES

Several upstream Russian oil and gas joint ventures (JVs) with foreign partners have begun operations and are producing and exporting oil. But continuing political unrest, inadequate energy laws and policies, and a burdensome tax regime continue to delay formation of upstream projects large enough to slow the rapid decline in Russia's oil and gas production.

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