The sale of its 70% stake would help the company pare down its near-$26 billion net debt load.
Lukoil CEO said he is skeptical of OPEC and Russia ever reaching a deal.
Both firms will control separate refineries in the U.S., giving them each more flexibility.
Spending will be cut to $23.2 billion and the firm will reduce cash outlays through the end of 2017.
Oil prices fell as Saudi Arabia said it would not cut production.
Offshore rig owners face a glut of new drilling vessels entering the market as customers cut spending.
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Capital outlays that peaked at $42.5 billion in 2013 have been reduced by 45% amid low crude oil prices.
The firm also said it would cut 7,000 jobs by the end of 2017, or nearly 9% of its workforce.
Russia said Saudi Arabia had proposed oil production cuts of up to 5%, but nothing definite has been set.
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