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GAZPROM

February 28, 2007

Board of Directors approves deals for Gazprom to join Sakhalin Energy

The Board of Directorsí meeting is being held at the Gazprom Headquarters.

The Board of Directors approved the deals for Gazprom to join Sakhalin Energy Investment Company Ltd. (Sakhalin Energy) as the leading shareholder.

Reference:

On December 21, 2006, Gazprom, Royal Dutch Shell plc, Mitsui & Co., Ltd. (Mitsui) and Mitsubishi Corporation signed the Protocol on Gazpromís joining Sakhalin Energy Investment Company Ltd. (Sakhalin-2 project operator) as the main shareholder.

In pursuance with the terms set in the Protocol, Gazprom will purchase 50 per cent plus one share in Sakhalin Energy for $ 7.45 bln. Each of the existing Sakhalin Energy shareholders will decrease its stake by 50 per cent at the proportional payment distribution aimed at making the deal.

The Coordinating Committee was set up in pursuance of the January 30, 2007 Order of the Gazprom Management Committee Chairman Alexey Miller to implement the Gazprom Sakhalin Island Offshore Development Strategy endorsed by the Board of Directors in 2006. Along with other responsibilities, the Coordinating Committee will coordinate Gazpromís joining Sakhalin Energy Investment Company Ltd. as its main shareholder.

Being the most explored area in the Far Eastern Seas, the Sakhalin Island offshore has seen the discovery of 9 hydrocarbon fields with the aggregate gas, oil and condensate reserves making up 1.2 tcm, 394.4 mln t and 88.5 mln t, respectively. The prospective hydrocarbon resources in Sakhalinís offshore exceed 6 btce.

 

 

 

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