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Sakhalin and Rosneft agreed to develop a network of gas stations and discuss fuel prices

The government of the Sakhalin Oblast and Rosneft have signed an agreement on cooperation, the regional governor's press office reported on Friday.

Reportedly, the two sides agreed to coordinate joint actions aimed at the development of the retail network of petrol stations in the region, the creation of capacities for the processing of natural gas in Okha District, as well as to discuss the price of fuel and the processing gas in the north of Sakhalin. Signing the new document, the parties undertook to jointly form and implement industrial, financial, social programs for the development of the region, create favorable legal, economic and organizational conditions for economic activities in the region. Also, according to the agreement, the oil company will open a technical college in Sakhalin on the basis of one of the existing educational institutions in order to train personnel for the company. The current employees of Rosneft will be retrained in the college.

Until the end of March, it is planned to form a working group of representatives of the regional authorities and the oil company to prepare joint solutions for the further integration of the oil company into the social sphere and the economy of the region. At the sites of Rosneft in the Sakhalin Oblast there are more than 4,5 thousand local residents. The term of the previous agreement between Sakhalin and Rosneft, concluded in September 2012, expired at the end of last year.

Earlier it was reported that Rosneft concluded agreements with the authorities of the Khabarovsk and Primorye Territories.
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