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  • Ukraine Prime Minister: ‘We are against South Stream’

    Special Report | Med & South 14-10-2010

    With Ukraine as a reliable partner, Russia doesn't need the South Stream gas pipeline and can pump any amount of gas in "whatever direction" it wishes, Mykola Azarov, prime minister of Ukraine, said yesterday (13 October) in a joint interview with EURACTIV, Bloomberg and Reuters.

  • Lukoil CEO: Russian oil business prospers in EU

    Energy 02-07-2010

    For Russian oil companies, the business climate in Europe is good, but a lot of fallacious information about the country still needs to be countered, Vagit Alekperov, founder and president of Lukoil, Russia's largest oil company, told EURACTIV in an exclusive interview.

  • Zagorski: Tough task ahead for EU-Russia talks

    Med & South 24-04-2009

    Energy, trade, investment and security will be at the heart of EU-Russia partnership negotiations, Andrei V. Zagorski told EURACTIV Slovakia in an interview. The Russian expert predicts that negotiations will be difficult as the EU-Russia relationship is "not going through the best time". But the Russian academic is hopeful that agreement can be struck, citing substantial "mutual interests".

  • Official: Nord Stream gas pipeline ‘on right track’

    Med & South 11-03-2009

    The Nord Stream gas pipeline project has just taken an important step by publishing its environmental assessment report and construction can begin in early 2010, Sebastian Sass, head of Nord Stream's EU representation, told EURACTIV in an exclusive interview.

  • MEP: Gas conflict ‘highlights importance of Nabucco’

    Med & South 09-01-2009

    The current gas crisis could provide the momentum to develop a consistent EU energy policy, while the European Commission should take the lead in implementing the Nabucco pipeline project, Bulgarian Socialist MEP Evgeni Kirilov told EURACTIV in an interview.

  • Cameron: EU-Russia relations ‘should be more positive’

    Global Europe 09-04-2008

    The EU must not allow itself to be divided by Russia and should instead adopt a much more positive tone to its relations, Fraser Cameron, the director of the EU-Russia Centre, told EURACTIV in an interview.