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KUBGAZ-OIL  is an International Business Development Consulting Company with the concentrated efforts in the  EU, Asia, Russia and CIS (former Soviet Union) Countries Markets.

KUBGAZ-OIL  is performing activities as independent consultant, evolving in business development, merger & acquisition process, complex business case which requires funding loans, and business leverage for successful startups.   

Providing services in:

  • analytical study of the Energy, Agro, Сommodities markets
  • legal Export/Investment support
  • Government Relations / Government lobbying
  • M & A activity 
  • Manufacturing representation 
  • Engineering 
  • International project management 
  • Industry Modernization/Technology transfer

KUBGAZ-OIL  a member of the NGI Group was established in 2015 in the framework of the project on cooperation in foreign economic and investment spheres. Kubgaz-Oil provides in the attraction of foreign investments in the Russian fuel and energy complex, port infrastructure and logistics and facilitating the export of oil products and gas. In this project, we conduct the selection of foreign partners interested in:

• Direct investment in infrastructure projects fuel and energy complex;

• The purchase and development of oil and gas;

• Construction of new oil refineries;

• Entry into the shareholders of the existing refineries;

• Trade of the Russian energy resources.

• Long-term financing (advance) contracts for the purpose of obtaining products of the petrochemical industry for primary prices.

We are promoting the export of Russian products. We offering high quality petroleum and gas products at the lowest possible prices. When you need a trading partner that exceeds your expectation when your reputation is on the line. When you expect quality products and sevices at excellent prices. We hope to build long-term business relations with your esteem company.

Our company is based in Krasnodar (Krasnodar Region) where 9 sea ports of Tuapse, Novorossiysk, Temryuk, Yeisk, Taman, Anapa, Kavkaz, Sochi, Anapa. Through 5 of them transshipment of more than 40%   petrochemical products are being produced. We work in these business segments:

• Jet fuel,

• Diesel fuel,

• Oil,

• Marine fuel,

• Gasoline,

• Natural gas, LPG,CNG

The activity of the NGI Group includes the investment and trading of hydrocarbons, coal, agricultural products, lumber. We provide also consulting services in finance, promotion of petrochemicals and support of export transactions. Consumers and trading companies we assist in buying, distribution and export of petrochemical products. Deliveries are made directly from resource directory (owners of production), which gives the opportunity to supply the goods in large quantities and at competitive prices. Kubgaz-Oil through NGI Group provides access to the Russian market and contributes to the additional increase in quota and supplies. Our competitiveness in the market is based on the understanding of the petrochemical market, financial opportunities, synergies and administrative resources. Our company has the capability to organize supply of petrochemical products for customers worldwide. Financial capabilities allow us to find the best solutions for our partners. NGI Group cooperates only with competent producers (sellers) and buyers to ensure that trade large volumes of products.

Our potential clients are:

• Airports

• Fuel filling complexes, carrying out bunkering air

• Sea and river shipping company

• Port bunkering companies

• Railway company

• Agricultural company

• Transport companies (carriers)

• Energy generating company (heat power plant, gas turbine power plants, boiler houses)

• Users of gas-diesel technology, the bus company

• Oil traders

 

We invite interested companies to long-term cooperation. 

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With benchmark rates in Australia up over 30 percent since July — approaching the $100/t mark that prevailed in November 2016 after a massive run-up last year. And a number of events the past week show that things could get even more heated in coal over the coming months. Where a push to restrict coal imports has driven local prices to multi-year highs. With data this week from Platts showing that 102 coal-laden boats are currently anchored offshore of Chinese ports, unable to deliver their loads. That drop in imports has left local user hoarding supplies — with coal stockpiles held by China’s six largest power generators reportedly jumping nearly 16 percent in the past week, to 11.09 million tonnes. But Chinese regulators said this week they’re keeping a close eye on coal users. Stipulating they will impose severe penalties on any groups found to be creating “abnormal fluctuations” in local coal prices. That may mean coal users will have to buy on the open market through the winter, setting up for rising demand over the coming months. And China isn’t the only place where demand is going up. With South Korea also seeing record coal imports of late — bringing in an all-time high 11.3 million tonnes in September, with October imports expected to set a fresh record at 12 million tonnes.  That’s reportedly coming as new coal-fired plants start up, and Korean nuclear plants experience downtime. Meaning Korean users are scrambling for supplies — even as mine output may be about to take a hit. Because of key coal-producing nation South Africa. Where the National Union of Mineworkers said this week it may launch strikes at coal mines across the country, in support of demands for higher wages. That threat of lost supply — and rising global demand — is all coming just as new and significant players are entering the coal space. Such as Bangladesh: where state minerals firm Petrobangla said this week it is looking at buying stakes in coal mines in South Africa, Australia and Indonesia.

After a record breaking year in 2016 for solar PV, the IEA overhauled its forecast for the next five years, significantly raising the projected growth profile for renewable energy.In its new report, Renewables 2017, the IEA argued that it now sees renewable energy as a serious global force, increasingly taking market share away from coal and natural gas. The Paris-based energy agency cited 2016 as a watershed moment, a year in which 164 gigawatts of new renewable energy capacity came online around the world, more than triple the amount of new gas-fired power plants, and more than twice the volume of coal.

 

 

In its latest Oil Market Report, released last week, the IEA said crude oil demand had grown by 2.3 percent on an annual basis in the second quarter, which prompted an upward revision of the overall growth rate for 2017 to 1.6 million bpd. The revision boosted oil prices, with Brent once again above US$55 a barrel for the first time in about five months.

 

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