MOSCOW TIME: 16.06.2019 03:53:57

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Gazprom Neft maintains long-term forecast of $50 per barrel oil price

Gazprom Neft maintains long-term forecast of $50 per barrel oil price

Gazprom Neft will continue to be guided by the price of oil at $50 per barrel when planning investments, although it expects a higher cost of resources.

"If we talk about our company, we are still making our long-term investment decisions proceeding from our forecast of $50 per barrel. If we talk about the current forecast, then most likely that in the coming years the price will be higher than $50," head of the company Alexander Dyukov said in an interview with the Rossiya 24 TV channel in the framework of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.

Source:www.tass.com

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