Gazprom has slashed years off the expected start-up date of a gas development on the Yamal Peninsula as it looks to fend off interest in the trio of fields from fellow Russian player Novatek.
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State monopoly Gazprom is now aiming for first gas from the Tambey fields to be piped to the Baltic Sea port of Ust-Luga in 2026 — way ahead of a previous target of 2030.