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By Vagit Alekperov, Paul B. Gallagher, Thomas D. Hedden

Oil of Russia: earlier, current and Future provides an in depth historical past of the oil in Russia by way of one among its top figures LUKOIL Oil corporation president Vagit Alekperov. Divided into 3 chapters, the 1st bankruptcy of the e-book, entitled The Russian Empire s Black Gold, comprises ancient sketches at the formation and improvement of Russia s oil from precedent days till the tip of 1917.
the second one bankruptcy, Oil within the Land of the Soviets, makes a speciality of many of the developmental levels of the Soviet oil in the course of the interval of 1918-1991. The 3rd bankruptcy, the hot Russia s Oil, analyzes the present nation of the Russian oil and fuel undefined, describing the transition from the authoritarian administrative approach of monetary administration of the Soviet period to the loose marketplace method. This contains shut cognizance to the privatization approaches that happened within the throughout the preliminary level of the industry s transformation and the next production of Russia s vertically built-in oil and gasoline businesses.
Oil of Russia: previous, current and Future additionally contains six full-color picture inserts, an summary of significant Russian oil businesses, profiles of key ancient and modern figures, a specific bibliography, an entire directory of Vagit Alekperov s past works, and an index.

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The incendiary mixture for various weapons made by Russian masters at the Cannon and Grenade Works included not only sulfur, saltpeter, and camphor powder, but also turpentine, drying oil, pitch, linseed oil, and asphalt. 8 pounds and arrows for destroying fortifications and burning ships, bridges, and siege towers. As for the quantity of “petroleum” munitions, it is possible to get a sense of the vast number of these weapons used by considering the inventory of remaining equipment of the Artillery Office following the Crimean campaign of 1689: 480 “fire lances,” 2,400 “fire-shooting arrows with finned lances,” and 100 “fireballs” in 1691.

The lawful government of Persia, in the person of the new Shah Tahmasp II, deemed the Russian troops’ Caspian operation a mission of liberation. In gratitude for saving the country, Persia ceded western and southern parts of the Caspian coast, including the cities of Derbent and Baku, and the provinces of Gilan, Mazandaran, and Astarabad (now Gorgan) to Russia under the Petersburg Treaty, signed September 12, 1723. ” In May 1724, the emperor again ordered that “white oil, 1,000 poods [120 barrels] or as much as possible,”17 be sent to him.

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