Rambøll Oil & Gas eyes Russian breakthrough

Rambøll Oil & Gas has won an order from a Russian oil giant in relation to developing the Kuvykin field in the Caspian Sea. This represents a breakthrough on the Russian market, says Director.

Rambøll Oil & Gas is working intently to secure a foothold on the Russian market, and with a new order from a Russian oil giant the company is looking at a breakthrough, says Tatjana A. Sadyrina, Rambøll's Director of Business development for the Russian market.

The consulting company will handle the first stage of a large field development project, the Kuvykin field in the northern Caspian Sea, for Russian oil company Lukoi - Russia's leading oil producer, which operates the field, according to Rambøll.

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