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A Gazprom technician works on a pressure gauge at the gas export monopoly's Sudzha compressor station, January 14, 2009.

Denis Sinyakov/Reuters

OAO Gazprom said on Wednesday it signed a memorandum to supply the Indian Oil Corp. Ltd. with 2.5 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas a year for up to 25 years.

This is the fourth gas deal Gazprom, the world's largest gas producer, has signed with Indian companies this year.

Last month, Gazprom Marketing and Trading Singapore signed memorandums to supply liquefied natural gas to GAIL, Gujarat State Petroleum Co. and Petronet LNG Ltd., which together could be worth more than $90-billion U.S.

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"Gazprom Singapore will provide LNG [liquefied natural gas]to its Indian partners from its current and projected Gazprom group production, such as Sakhalin, and will be supplemented by its wider Russian and international supply portfolio," Gazprom said in a statement.

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