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    Gazprom replaces head of export unit

    Gazprom has replaced Alexander Medvedev as head of its exporting arm, Gazprom Export, with one of his deputies, Elena Burmistrova, Reuters reports.

    Medvedev will continue in his role as a deputy CEO at Gazprom, the world's biggest conventional gas producer, overseeing foreign economic activities, social and sport programs.

    Burmistrova started her career at commodities trader Glencore in 1992, joining Gazprom in 2003. She was appointed as Medvedev's deputy in 2011 to oversee liquefied natural gas (LNG) and new gas markets, among other responsibilities.

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