Oil and gas in the capitals ///

Igor Sechin’s star is rising, indeed. Rosneft’s chairman is now one of the most potent, influential men in Russia after President Putin. The gigantic deal that led to Rosneft’s absorption of TNK-BP made this company one of the most important firms—if not the company—in Russia’s oil sector. So, after the appointment of Sechin to the board of directors of RAO-EES, who and what could stop the man?

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