Energy promotion
st.Platanoviy Blvd. 2/2, Krasnodar, Russian Federation, 350089
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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 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 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. 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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Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said oil producers would “do whatever it takes” to rebalance the market and that he expected a global deal on cutting crude output to be extended through all of 2017 and possibly into next year. Oil prices jumped immediately after the news, but crude was not able to sustain the gains as markets remained pessimistic. “The market is getting tired of hearing from OPEC how good they are, how compliant (with supply curbs) they are and especially how all their projections for inventories falling seemed to be moved into the future,” said Eugen Weinberg, head of commodity research at Commerzbank. Investors’ focus on quick returns and a low-risk profile have made shale developments much more attractive than more costly and risky investments like offshore and LNG. Despite the strong production from shale projects over the course of the oil price downturn, more long-lead projects will likely be needed in order to meet growing global demand. Because many larger projects also require more time to develop and finance, the surge of investment into shale plays could lead to a spike in oil prices if demand does surpass what North American operators are able to supply as investment flows away from long lead-time projects like offshore drilling. If decisions makers wait until demand is already outpacing production from shale projects, it could take several years for new large-scale projects to come online creating upward pressure on oil prices.

The oil crash, which started in 2014, pushed more than 100 shale oil companies into bankruptcy, causing default on at least $70 billion of debt, according to The Economist. Even the ones that survived haven’t been very profitable, according to Bloomberg, which said that the top 60 listed E&P firms have “burned up cash for 34 of the last 40 quarters”.OPEC’s worries about the booming U.S. oil production have increased significantly with the big three oil companies’ interest in shale. Exxon Mobil Corp., Royal Dutch Shell Plc, and Chevron Corp., are planning $10 billion of investments in shale in 2017, a quantum jump compared to previous years. All the naysayers who doubted the longevity of the shale oil industry may have to modify their forecasts. OPEC lost when they pumped at will as lower oil prices destroyed their finances, and now they are losing their hard-earned market share as a result of cutting production. Shell’s declaration that they can “make money in the Permian with oil at $40 a barrel, with new wells profitable at about $20 a barrel” is an indication that Shell is here to stay, whatever the price of oil. The arrival of the big three oil companies with their loaded balance sheets is good news for the longevity of the shale industry.

Two new pipelines to be built over the next 12-18 months are likely to bring down natural gas prices on the U.S. market just when they were starting to rise more consistently (Oilprice). The pipelines in question are Atlantic Sunrise, a project of Williams Partners, and Energy Transfer Partners’ Rover. The two got the greenlight from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission last week and became cause for celebration for producers in the Utica and Marcellus shale plays, who have been forced by low prices and lack of governmental support to sell their gas at a solid discount to the national benchmark Henry Hub.

Please note!

Please be aware that KUBGAZ-OIL send business e-mails via corporate mail server and never use free e-mail services.

Please report any cases of fraud. KUBGAZ-OIL wishes to warn you against transactions with unscrupulous market players that disseminate fake sales offers for petroleum products via the Internet and e-mail.

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