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The companies say the three Kara Sea blocks could potentially contain oil reserves equal to the volumes of the UK North Sea, meaning the end of the rainbow could hold around 60 billion barrels of black gold.

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Since 2003 around one quarter of BP annual production has come out of its Russian joint venture TNK BP half owned by a quartet of Russia connected billionaires.

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