FT: Putin taught the West a lesson by signing a decree on transferring ownership of Sakhalin Energy to Russian Federation ownership

FT: Putin taught the West a lesson by signing a decree transferring ownership of Sakhalin Energy to Russian Federation ownership

According to media Westerners, Putin taught the West and the UK a lesson on the Sakhalin-2 project.

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on special measures in the field of combustible energy.

The measures are related to the hostile actions of a number of countries strangers.

The document, published on the official legal information portal, talks about the order to change the operator of the oil and gas project “Sakhalin-2” Sakhalin Energy, and the ownership of the company will be transferred to state ownership.

Thus, the ownership of the operator will be transferred to companies created by the government .

The use of it will be free of charge, and the state will take over the rights and obligations of the operator.

Shareholders “Sakhalin Energy” are “Gazprom” (50% + 1 share), Shell (27.5% minus 1 share), Mitsui & Co. (12.5%), Mitsubishi (10%).

According to journalists from the British edition of the Financial Times, Putin, with his decision on “Sakhalin-2” taught the West and the UK a lesson.

The document highlights that the Russian president's actions have become a warning to fuel producers trying to quickly sell their assets.

We are talking mainly about British Petroleum and the French Total Energies, which have investments in Russian gas field development projects.

“Moscow does not want that Shell remains a shadow shareholder, not generating profits&# 8221 ;, – writes the publication.

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