14 October, 2013
Turkey's energy dynamics, regional politics and pipelines in the context of global game-changers
03 October, 2013
Global and Russian energy outlook up to 2040
Russia is a leading force in world energy and a major participant in international energy markets. The country's energy sector, together with exports of its products, is uniquely important; its dynamics directly impact the stability of the national economy. Thus, a satisfactory vision pertaining to the long-term development of this sector is of great importance in predicting and planning the country's economic development
26 September, 2013
Dissecting the prospects for South Stream beyond the media hype
26 July, 2013
Poland's Energy Production Dreams at a Crossroads
16 July, 2013
Russia, the EU and the US in the Strategic Game of Energy
There is no doubt that energy developments in these three parts of the world will play a very important role in the future. Let's start with the current situation. Significant developments have taken place in the US energy market over the last couple of years as a result of the growing importance of shale gas.
13 February, 2013
The Transition to Hub-Based Pricing in Continental Europe: A Response to Sergei Komlev to Gazprom Export
We have been moved to write this comment following publication of a paper by Sergei Komlev, from the Contract Structuring and Pricing Directorate of Gazprom Export, which challenged our research on European gas pricing. The Komlev paper is dated January 11, 2013 and was circulated by Gazprom Export's public relations company on January 17.
13 February, 2013
Pricing the "Invisible" Commodity
This paper is about the pricing of natural gas. It summarizes several years of in-house research conducted by the Directorate of Contract Structuring and Pricing at Gazprom Export, the export arm of Gazprom. In-house research is rarely made public, because its target audiences are typically comprised of corporate decision-makers, colleagues in charge of operational work or, in some cases, company partners. But the necessity of sharing the results of our current research with a broad industry audience is dictated by several reasons.
25 January, 2013
Natural Gas as a game-changer and implications for Turkey
15 January, 2013
Shale Gas and the EU Internal Gas Market: Beyond the Hype and Hysteria
08 November, 2012
Commission v. Gazprom: The antitrust clash of the decade?
It may well be that the Gazprom antitrust case1 launched by DG Competition on September 4th will turn out to be the landmark antitrust case of this decade, as Microsoft2 was of the last decade. The argument of this paper is that, for a host of political and economic reasons, this case is likely to be hard fought by both sides to a final prohibition decision and then onwards into the EU courts.