We expect serious results by the end of the year, but the launch itself will not take placeRussia delays Iranian nuclear reactor Nov 16, 2009
We expect major results by the end of the year, but the launch will not take placeIAEA: 'Reduced' confidence in Iran account Nov 16, 2009
First of all, we can use the blocks of the South Pars gas field, where the Russian gas major, Gazprom, is operating right nowRussia sets its eyes on South Pars Dec 01, 2009
According to our calculations, around 8,000 hectares of woodland should be cut down just in the Moscow region to secure normal, blackout-free functioning of the power gridMoscow may cut trees to stem blackouts Jan 05, 2011
If there is demand, we are ready to significantly expand gas supplies to EuropeEurope needs gas in future energy mix Feb 25, 2011
Sergei Ivanovich Shmatkó (born September 26, 1966) is a Russian businessman and politician specializing in the energy industry. Since May 2008, he is the Minister of Energy.
Shmatko was born in Stavropol (South-West of Russia). He earned degrees from both Urals State University in Yekaterinburg (USSR), and the University of Marburg in West Germany.
His business career from 1992 involved stints consulting in Germany and Russia, and working at the All-Russia Bank of Regional Development. He was appointed head of economic strategy at Rosenergoatom in 1997, and in 2005 became president of Russia's nuclear-power export monopoly, Atomstroyexport.