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Yamburg:

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, city, NW European Russia, SW of St. Petersburg, near the Estonian border, on the Luga River. A river port, it has leather and shoe industries. The site was settled in the 9th cent., and the fortress of Yam was founded there in 1384 as a frontier post of Novgorod.
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109" Yevgeny Yamburg was held at the National Scientific and Practical Center for Pediatric Hematology, Oncology and Immunology named after Dmitry Rogachev.
Tatarstan is crossed by the main gas pipelines carrying natural gas from Urengoy and Yamburg to the west and the major oil pipelines supplying oil to various cities in the European part of Russia.
67) The structure of these exports hasn't changed much; one expert notes that "[e]ver since Soviet times, Russian gas production has been relying on three large gas condensate fields at Urengoy, Yamburg and Medvezhe, in North-Western Siberia.
Most of these reserves are located in Siberia, with the Yamburg, Urengoy, and Medvezh'ye fields alone accounting for over 40% of Russia's total, while other big deposits are in northern Russia.
That is why it was decided to send the geological mission east of the Narva river, the region of the Veimarn railway station in the county of Yamburg (Kingissepp today) [17].
HAPPY TALK by Alexandr Romanov A group of Nenets children having run and discussing the herders camp in which they're staying near the village of Yamburg on the Yamal Peninsula in northwestern Siberia.
Ural Airlines said Monday it removed a Tupolev Tu-154M from its fleet after its last flight Sunday from Yamburg (Western Siberia) to Ekaterinburg.
Rusya Avrupa'ya gonderdigi dogal gazin onemli miktarmi 1970'lerden bu yana islettigi ve Rusya'nin en onemli yataklari olarak nitelenen Bati Sibirya'daki Yamburg, Urengoy ve Medvezhye'den elde etmektedir.
The "giant fields" of Yamburg, Urengoy, and Medvezh'ye, which currently account for more than 60 percent of total Russian production, have started to decline.
Another of Surkov's precepts, the ongoing re-nationalization of Russia's own natural resources was best expounded by Putin himself when, asked by the Times correspondent at a Kremlin press conference on 1 June 2007 about the recent expropriation of major gas fields, such as Orenburg, Urengoy, Yamburg, Sakhalin, Shtokman and Kovykta (the latter alone contains more natural gas than the entire gas reserves of Canada), Putin explained why British Petroleum and other Western companies were ejected from these projects:
The main reason for this is that Gazprom is committed to buy gas from LUKoil at the entrance of the Yamburg compressor station.
Thus, the development of Yamburg and Yamal, the northern fields, was postponed.