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"We are interested in investing (in Eurasia Drilling), we are studying it," Dmitriev told Reuters on the sidelines of a business forum.
In 2015, Eurasia Drilling Company, Russia's largest drilling company by metres drilled, de-listed its shares from the London Stock Exchange after a deal for oilfield services provider Schlumberger to buy a stake in it fell apart. (Reporting by Denis Pinchuk,; writing by Maria Kiselyova,; editing by Dasha Afanasieva)
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