Rosneft

The High Court is to rule on Thursday on whether the British Government can, from this weekend, make it a crime in the UK
BP has warned that any further sanctions imposed on Russia by Western leaders could have a "material adverse impact" on their
A Rosneft drilling project "But we’re not supposed to worry – someone will be counting the polar bears after all," Mr Ayliffe
Russia's foreign and defence Ministers, Sergei Lavrov and Sergei Shoigu, arrive in London tomorrow for the first session of the UK-Russia Strategic Dialogue agreed between David Cameron and Vladimir Putin at the London Olympics last year.
Less than an hour's taxi drive through the clogged traffic from Red Square something big is happening in Moscow. Bulldozers, architects, city-planners, academics, start-ups, entrepreneurs and some of the world's biggest companies are part of the Skolkovo Park, a business park that some believe to be the biggest R&D project on the planet.
Hopes that BP could take the focus away from its failure to tie-up a ground-breaking deal with Rosneft in Russia were crushed