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Gazprom chief seeks supercharged iPad-style tablet for $3.7 million

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Gazprom <GAZP.MM>, the world's biggest gas producer, is offering to pay up to 119.7 million roubles ($3.7 million) for a bespoke tablet computer for its chief executive, Alexei Miller, documents posted on the Gazprom web site said. Full story

Rosneft buys rest of Itera from founder for $2.9 billion

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Rosneft <ROSN.MM>, Russia's top oil producer, said on Tuesday it had bought the remaining 49 percent of gas company Itera for $2.9 billion from its founder, furthering its aim of becoming Russia's largest independent gas producer. Full story

RWE shares drop as Gazprom ruling brings no boost

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Germany's No.2 utility RWE <RWEG.DE> has doused hopes of an earnings boost following a legal ruling last week, compounding concerns about a looming profit squeeze and sending its shares to their lowest level in nearly two years. Full story

How Gazprom's $1 trillion dream has fallen apart

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Zoya Danilina, who owns some 700 shares in Gazprom <GAZP.MM>, says investors don't have to look far to understand that Russia's most powerful company has lost its way. Full story

Putin hopes for deals between China and Russian gas companies

ST PETERSBURG, Russia (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday he has high hopes for cooperation between "Chinese friends" and Russian gas companies Novatek <NVTK.MM> and Gazprom <GAZP.MM>. Full story

Rosneft to take over Russian gas firm Itera for $3 billion

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's state-controlled oil company Rosneft <ROSN.MM> is planning to take over local gas firm Itera for $3 billion, two sources close to Rosneft said on Tuesday, strengthening its hand in challenging Gazprom's <GAZP.MM> industry dominance. Full story

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