Japan and OAO Rosneft, Russia’s biggest oil producer, signed an initial agreement to cooperate in crude oil exploration and production, part of Japan’s efforts to win better access to overseas reserves.
The Agency for Natural Resources and Energy, under Japan’s trade ministry, on Thursday agreed in Moscow to a nonlegally binding, cooperative framework with the Russian oil monopoly, the agency said in a statement Friday in Tokyo.
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