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  Viktor Khristenko - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Khristenko told journalists in Sochi on 27 September, 2006 that the Government of Russia was considering participating in building the Nabucco Pipeline from Turkey to Austria through Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary.
Khristenko and Baktykozha Izmukhambetov, the Energy and Mineral Resources' Minister of Kazakhstan, signed an intergovernmental agreement in a ceremony on 3 October, 2006 in Uralsk.
Seres asked Khristenko to respond to the "memorandum regarding the gas storage Roman-Margineni," during a meeting of the Organization for Economic Cooperation at the Black Sea, held between September 26 and 27 in Sochi, Russia, according to an OCEMN communiqué.
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 [ whollyshift.info | Viktor Khristenko Resources ]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Viktor Khristenko (Russian: Ви́ктор Бори́сович Христе́нко) (born August 28, 1957 in Chelyabinsk[1]) was the prime minister of Russia from 24 February to 5 March, 2004.
Khristenko said journalists in Sochi on 27 September, 2006 that the Government of Russia was immediately participating in architecture the Nabucco Pipeline from Turkey to Austria completed Bulgaria, Romania 'n Hungary.
Khristenko 'n Baktykozha Izmukhambetov, the Energy 'n Mineral Resources' Minister of Kazakhstan, noded an intergovernmental consistency in a ceremony on 3 October, 2006 in Uralsk.
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Khristenko was appointed Representative Plenipotentiary of the President of the Russian Federation in Chelyabinsk Oblast in 1997.
Khristenko was appointed Deputy Prime Minister of the Government of the Russian Federation in 1998, and from 1998 to 1999 he served as First Deputy, Minister of Finance of the Government of the Russian Federation.
Khristenko was appointed First Deputy Prime Minister of the Government of the Russian Federation, and on January 10, 2000 was appointed Deputy Prime Minister of the Government of the Russian Federation.
www.gazprom.ru /eng/articles/article8840.shtml   (254 words)

 Viktor Khristenko, Gazprom Served Summons - Kommersant Moscow
Besides Khristenko, the codefendants under the case are the Russian Federation, RF Finance Minister Alexey Kudrin, nearly all top managers of Gazprom, including Alexey Miller, Rosneft President Sergey Bogdanchikov and top-ranked officials of President Putin’s administration — Igor Sechin and Dmitry Medvedev.
Viktor Khristenko and all other members of the delegation had around an hour talk with U.S. President George W. Bush only an hour and a half before the banquet’s beginning and the service of summons.
The action against Viktor Khristenko and codefendants was brought in by 12 minors, including 11 individuals and an entity, all of them, but for a resident of the Netherlands and the Cayman Islands-incorporated FCTAmerica Limited, are the residents of the United States.
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 RUSNET :: CIS Today :: 2004/02/25 :: Khristenko Kept in the Shadows
Acting Prime Minister Viktor Khristenko is an expert on oil and gas who has managed to stay in the shadows during a nearly seven-year stint in the government.
Khristenko, like Kasyanov, served for a while as the country's envoy to the International Monetary Fund, and in recent years has overseen the country's roaring oil and gas sector.
Khristenko, who has attracted little attention in the media, has no known ties to any Kremlin clan, either under Yeltsin or Putin, or to any of the governments in which he served.
www.rusnet.nl /news/2004/02/25/report02.shtml   (444 words)

Khristenko reported that during the meeting questions of preparation for the upcoming European Union-Russia summit to be held in November in Copenhagen had also been discussed.
Khristenko added that the European businessmen came out in favor of reaching a compromise on a time frame for Russia's entry into WTO and the liberalization of the Russian market in the banking and insurance sectors for foreign participants.
Khristenko said this project might be realized in combination with the presidential program already in place in Russia for the training of personnel for the national economy.
www.gateway2russia.com /st/art_29588.php   (476 words)

Khristenko said that the government must retain the controlling interest in the company and that the industry was ripe for consolidation that had already been conducted in other countries.
Khristenko also said that a united national aircraft company called for pooling the assets and operations, with the two processes, in his opinion, to run parallel.
Viktor Khristenko stressed that boosting the Defense Ministry's financing of the aircraft industry should be discussed separately.
www.globalsecurity.org /wmd/library/news/russia/2005/russia-050222-rianovosti03.htm   (362 words)

 The St. Petersburg Times - Business - Cabinet Signs Auto Strategy
Khristenko's ministry also sought to defuse public anger that the government would ban vehicles with right-hand steering, popular with drivers of second-hand Japanese cars, especially in the Far East.
Khristenko said he would welcome a move by a foreign giant to buy a Russian carmaker and turn it around, citing the example of Volkswagen's transformation of moribund Czech Skoda into a competitive manufacturer.
At the same time, Khristenko said the government would return to the issue of protective tariffs on second-hand cars in July but reassured reporters the changes would "not be critical." An additional measure, he said, would be progressively steeper emissions standards, that would match current European Union standards by 2008.
www.sptimes.ru /index.php?action_id=2&story_id=3623   (551 words)

 CIS: Putin Appoints New Envoy On Regional Affairs - RADIO FREE EUROPE / RADIO LIBERTY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Khristenko, earlier this year, published a lengthy policy paper in the foreign policy journal "Russia in Global Affairs" in which he made the case for CIS integration.
Khristenko notes that an added benefit of CIS economic integration would be to offer foreign investors a single market, reducing bureaucratic hassles and administrative costs.
Khristenko and Putin's other ambassadors -- who were tasked with improving Russia's image in the wake of the scandal over the Yukos oil giant -- clearly face a difficult task in the months ahead.
www.rferl.org /featuresarticle/2004/7/986e8783-c8d7-4de7-8fa8-afae7bbdf939.html?napage=2   (859 words)

 At a meeting of the Russian-Turkish Business Council on Wednesday, Russian Energy Minister Viktor Khristenko called for ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Khristenko said that Russia is willing to participate in the distribution of gas products on the Turkish territory and in the construction of an LNG plant in Turkey.
Khristenko mentioned the current reform of the electric power industry in Turkey, which is similar to the one in Russia.
Khristenko stated that the service industry plays an increasing role in bilateral economic relations.
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 Viktor Khristenko, Russia's deputy prime minister for energy and industry, said on Tuesday that ... Europe's gas ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Viktor Khristenko, Russia's deputy prime minister for energy and industry, said on Tuesday that...
Viktor Khristenko, Russia's deputy prime minister for energy and industry, said on Tuesday that Russia was ready to take "resolute measures" to convince Ukraine to renegotiate a contract according to which Russia supplies Ukraine with gas in return for use of Ukraine's transit pipelines.
Although Mr Khristenko did not say what measures might be taken, he implied that Russia was considering the drastic step of reducing supplies to Ukraine, which would have the effect of reducing supplies to the EU.
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 Viktor Khristenko, Schema-Root news   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Viktor Khristenko said the government considered it possible to complete before July 1, 2008 the procedures of reorganization in Russia's electric power sector...
Industry and Energy Minister Viktor Khristenko recently told the State Duma that the aircraft industry was in a slump and entirely dependent on foreign sales...
Minister of Industry and Energy Viktor Khristenko is to speak during the November 22 session on the issue of growing energy tariffs.
www.schema-root.org /region/europe/central_&_eastern/russia/government/officials/viktor_khristenko   (1062 words)

 Pravda 07/23/05
Industry and Energy Minister Viktor Khristenko submitted to the government a draft of the target program Destruction of chemical weapons arsenal in the Russian Federation.
Khristenko, the program is already in effect yet procedures and a financial package pertaining to the project should be specified.
Khristenko, 160 billion rubles will be allocated out of the federal budget while the remaining sum will be provided by foreign sponsors.
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 BBC News | Russian crisis | Viktor Khristenko: the third reformer
Viktor Khristenko, the new Deputy Prime Minister, now becomes one of a troika of reformers at the top of the Russian government, alongside the new Prime Minister Sergei Kiriyenko and the other Deputy Prime Minister, Boris Nemtsov.
At 40, Mr Khristenko is the oldest of the three.
Viktor Khristenko trained as an economist, and then worked as an engineer and a lecturer, before becoming deputy head of Cheliabinsk city administration and then deputy governor of the region.
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Khristenko said electricity monopoly Unified Energy Systems' outdated infrastructure, including its switching stations, power grids and dispatch service, must be replaced.
Khristenko also proposed intensifying work on a set of technical regulations to ensure the safety and reliability of the electric and thermal power supply and the safe maintenance of nuclear power plants.
Khristenko also said proposals would be made on enhancing supervision during the ongoing energy sector reform.
www.russiannewsroom.com /print.aspx?id=4305   (191 words)

 Viktor Khristenko Meets with Japan’s Minister of Economy - Kommersant Moscow
Khristenko stated that the choice of the site should be based on consensus.
According to press-service of RF Ministry of Energy, Viktor Khristenko also noted that if acceptable variant was found, Russia would propose a meeting at the ministerial level in summer 2004.
Viktor Khristenko confirmed that technical and economic assessment was being prepared.
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 Alexander's Gas & Oil Connections - Russia to produce over 450 mm tons of oil by yearend
Viktor Khristenko, Russian Industry and Energy Minister, cited the figure at a meeting with President Vladimir Putin.
The material on the "oriental project", the Taishet (Irkutsk region) -- Nakhodka (sea port on the western coast of the Sea of Japan, 90 km east off Vladivostok) transit pipeline system, has been prepared and is being studied by experts, according to the minister.
The final objective is to bring its capacity to 62 mm tons, according to Mr Khristenko.
www.gasandoil.com /goc/news/ntr43556.htm   (551 words)

 Alexander's Gas & Oil Connections - Taishet-Nakhodka pipeline has no alternatives
Speaking about the possible sources of financing the project, Viktor Khristenko underscored that credits would be attracted for this purpose.
The six session of the Russian-Chinese subcommission for cooperation in the power industry of the commission for preparing regular meetings of the Russian and Chinese heads of government is held in Beijing.
In its context, the working groups for oil, gas and electric energy will hold their sessions, and Viktor Khristenko will meet with Chairman of the State Committee of the PRC for Development and Reform Ma Pokai.
www.gasandoil.com /goc/news/ntr43868.htm   (579 words)

 Aviation - Russian Defense Industry
In February 2005 Russian Industry and Energy Minister Viktor Khristenko suggested a national united aircraft manufacturer be established to unite all Rusisan aircraft makers.
Khristenko said the state, with its 60-70% of the stock, will be sure to dominate the company in the beginning.
Khristenko said that the industry was ripe for consolidation that had already been conducted in other countries.
www.globalsecurity.org /military/world/russia/industry-aviation.htm   (162 words)

 Russia to decide Q1 oil output this month -DAWN - Business; December 2, 2001
Khristenko said he believed an appropriate price for oil was at $20-$25 per barrel for benchmark Brent mix.
Khristenko, who arrived in Tokyo on Friday for bilateral economic talks, said Russia was keeping in touch with members both of Opec and non-Opec on the issue.
Khristenko said in a statement on November 27 that Russia would next month consider a bigger oil export cut from January than those already announced.
www.dawn.com /2001/12/02/ebr7.htm   (356 words)

 Viktor Khristenko Article, ViktorKhristenko Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Hewas a deputy prime minister when on February 24, 2004, President VladimirPutin appointed Khristenko as prime minister after dismissing Mikhail Kasyanov.
During the cabinet reshuffle of March 9, 2004, Kristenko left his position as deputy prime minister and became fuel and energyminister.
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 Khristenko Backs End of 'Ring Fence'
Khristenko suggested Yugansk, which produces more than 1 million barrels of crude per day, is too big for Gazprom to digest at the same time as Rosneft.
Khristenko said he was relieved that Yugansk had finally been sold and that no serious production problems had arisen.
Khristenko told Vedomosti that he had no idea how the purchase was financed.
www.moscowtimes.ru /stories/2005/01/25/042.html   (450 words)

 Interview with Minister of Industry and Energy Viktor Khristenko on the Upcoming G8 Summit
Industry and Energy Minister Viktor Khristenko comments to Izvestia's Fyodor Chaika on the way the Russian government understands energy security and on key issues to be discussed during the summit meeting.
Khristenko: We ask them: "Is demand transparent?" The thing is that to be able to remove producer risks, we also need guaranteed transparency.
Khristenko: We are saying that today risks should be shared between business and the state, as well as they should be shared among various businesses.
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 Russian Energy Minister Doubts Plans to Build OPEC-Style Gas Cartel - MONEY - MOSNEWS.COM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Russian Industry and Energy Minister Viktor Khristenko said on Monday, June 5, that in his opinion the idea of establishing OPEC-style gas cartel is unjustified.
At the same time Khristenko noted that at present time the global gas market is in many ways “dependent on several large players who are capable of carrying out large projects that are needed by the world”.
Viktor Khristenko also spoke against politicizing the issues connected with energy sphere, stressing that any such attempts have an immediate effect on prices of energy resources.
mosnews.com /money/2006/06/06/gascartel.shtml   (378 words)

 Russia’s Energy Minister Says Received No Summons in U.S. Yukos Case - NEWS - MOSNEWS.COM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Russia’s Energy Minister Viktor Khristenko denied on Tuesday that he had been presented with a summons in Washington in connection with a lawsuit about fallen oil firm Yukos, the Reuters news agency reported.
However, Khristenko’s spokesman said in a statement the minister had never been presented with the summons and was not planning to change the agenda of his visit to the United States.
Khristenko was named in the lawsuit in his capacity as a Gazprom board director.
www.mosnews.com /news/2005/10/26/khristenkodenial.shtml   (1014 words)

 Pravda.RU Russian Vice Premier Khristenko discusses Russian-Vietnamese cooperation in Hanoi
Vice Premier of the Russian Federation Viktor Khristenko, who is a co-chairman of the Russian-Vietnamese intergovernmental commission for trade, economic, scientific and technological cooperation, conducts negotiations with his counterpart Vu Khoan in the Vietnamese capital.
Viktor Khristenko and Vu Khoan are discussing questions connected with the expansion of trade and economic cooperation for a medium-term perspective.
Vice Premier of the Russian Federation Viktor Khristenko, who is a co-chairman of the Russian-Vietnamese intergovernmental commission for trade, economic, scientific and technological cooperation, conducts negotiations with his counterpart Vu Khoan in the Vietnamese capital More details...
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 RIA Novosti - Russia - Common market to include three states at first - Khristenko
Khristenko said common market experts from Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Ukraine had finished drafting all 93 agreements on the common market.
Khristenko added that representatives of the Central Asian republic of Uzbekistan would also attend a session of the high-level group Friday.
Khristenko said Uzbekistan could, in theory, become part of the common economic space.
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