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"Store is no sore”, an article by Anton Oussov ("Neft Rossii" magazine, issue 9, September 2014)

In the article for the “Neft Rossii” magazine Anton Oussov, Head of the KPMG Oil & Gas practice, Russia and the CIS, comments on the effects of sanctions imposed by the EU and the US on the Russian oil & gas industry, as well as the oil price decrease.
Modified date: 10/20/2014
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«Until such time as» an article by Anton Oussov (“Neft Rossii” magazine, issue 5-4, May 2014)

In his next article for the “Neft Rossii” magazine Anton Oussov, Partner and Head of the KPMG Oil & Gas practice in Russia and the CIS, reasons the necessity to build an effective system for monitoring and managing risks in the oil & gas companies.
Modified date: 6/5/2014
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"Two Sides of the Same Accounting", an article by Anton Oussov (“Neft Rossii” magazine, issue 3-4, March-April 2014)

In his regular column for the “Neft Rossii” magazine, Anton Oussov, Partner and Head of the KPMG Oil & Gas practice in Russia and the CIS, contemplates the issues arising for oil & gas companies in connection with Russia's transition to IFRS.
Modified date: 5/29/2014
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New Transfer Pricing Rules: one year later

KPMG in Russia and the CIS has conducted a survey of the impact of the new transfer pricing rules adopted a year ago on the largest Russian and international companies in the oil and gas sector operating in Russia.
Modified date: 3/28/2013
Press release
 

Associated Gas Utilization in Russia: Issues and Prospects

This issue is significant as it shows the results of efforts to reduce associated gas flaring in 2011 and the state of the issue on the eve of 2012.
Modified date: 3/27/2013
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Profits Up, but Confidence Still Falling, according to KPMG's M&A Predictor

The largest companies around the world, in almost all sectors, are anticipated to return to profit growth and are driving down debt, which is creating substantial capacity for M&A activity.
Modified date: 8/12/2012
Press release
 

KPMG and WWF publish latest data on associated gas flaring in Russia

Russia remains the world’s biggest associated gas flarer, accounting for about 26% of the global total. Russia's volumes are more than double those of second-placed Nigeria.
Modified date: 12/6/2011
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