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INK stands out in the Russian oil sector, more than half of which is in state ownership, and is dominated by massive players like Rosneft and Lukoil. Production growth in the sector has been sluggish and a combination of low oil prices and Western sanctions have weighed on new investment. There is no immediate prospect of the industry landscape changing, leaving INK as a throwback to the 1990s, when the state had a smaller role and enterprising businesses blossomed sterling silver cufflinks for sale. However, its experience suggests there are still opportunities in the sector for smaller, nimbler independent players, backed up by some international know-how and a dose of good luck..

INK is not subject to the U.S. sectoral sanctions that apply to Russia’s biggest energy firms and which place restrictions on the type of financing they can attract from Western creditors sterling silver cufflinks for sale. INK’s minority shareholders include Goldman Sachs and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). Its crude production was 9 million tonnes last year, or 180,000 barrels per day (bpd) – small beer compared to the 230 million tonnes, or 4.6 million bpd, produced by Rosneft. The company faces a series of obstacles that could put the brakes on its growth, including the increasing risk of being swallowed up by a larger rival, the need to invest huge amounts of money to build infrastructure in eastern Siberia and a lack of skilled staff in the remote region..

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A global deal to curb oil production agreed by OPEC and Russia, which means INK will have to keep its output at 9 million tonnes until July, has come at an opportune time for the company, according to Dmitry Zotov, its head of oil production. “The OPEC deal has given us a chance to stop and draw breath,” said Zotov, adding that INK was using the time “to touch up the paint here, do some repairs there”. To help with exploring in such a difficult environment, INK said it had hired Don Walcott, an expert in oil production who has previously worked for Schlumberger and YUKOS, the Russian oil firm taken over by Rosneft sterling silver cufflinks for sale.