MOSCOW, Dec 20 (Reuters) – Russian companies Novatek and Gazprom Neft have offered Kremlin-controlled oil producer Rosneft an exit from their joint venture in exchange for a stake in a natural gas firm, Vedomosti daily reported on Friday.
All companies involved declined to comment.
Potentially one of Russia's largest part foreign-owned gas projects, SeverEnergia is expected to produce 36 billion cubic metres of gas and liquids by 2017. Sibneftegaz has gas reserves of almost 170 bcm.
Rosneft has recently bought into SeverEnergia by acquiring a stake of Italy's Enel for $1.8 billion, while Novatek and Gazprom Neft have agreed to acquire Eni's share for $2.94 billion.
(Reporting by Vladimir Soldatkin; Editing by David Holmes)
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