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The weekly bulletin «Energy News»

The regular bulletin focuses on current events, problems and trends in the major sectors of the Fuel & Energy Industry – crude oil, gas, coal, and power sectors. The paper includes the most thorough review of mass media publications on the subject and exclusive analytical content as well.

The news draws a picture of current state of affairs in the energy industry, analyzes economic, political, social, international and regional aspects of its development.  Stress is set on controversial news, on providing various points of view on different subjects.
The bulletin includes several sections – the most significant events of past week, update on specific companies, information about energy enterprises in the regions. Special attention is drawn to national economic policies within the energy sector.
The regular bulletins contain indexes of mentioned firms and organizations. The sources of information that are used include regular federal and regional press, internet-based mass media, informational agencies, specialized publications, own research.

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Analytical series “The Fuel and Energy Complex of Russia”:

Services and Mechanical Engineering for Oil and Gas: Are Industry’s Foundations Secure?
Sanctions against Russian Oil and Gas: Pressure Continued
Arctic: Soviet-type Gigantomania or Breakthrough Project?
State regulation of the oil and gas sector in 2018, prospects for 2019
Gazprom on Path to New Reality
Looking for Best Tax Treatment of Oil and Gas: Fiscal Experiments Continued
The subject of taxation became the absolute hit of 2018. The government once again decided to rewrite the rules of the game. President Putin’s new inauguration decree served as the main pretext. It turned out that about 8 trillion roubles extra was necessary for the new national projects announced. The Cabinet did not take long to decide where the funds should be taken. The result was acceleration of the so-called tax manoeuvre started as far back as 1 January 2015. It suggested shifting the tax burden to the wellhead: the effect on the state budget of gradual abandonment of the export duty will be more than compensated for by quicker growth in mineral resources extraction tax (MRET). The laws on tax reform have already gone through the parliament and will take effect as of next year. This means nothing good for companies.
Results of Pivot to the East in Oil and Gas Sector
New government structure and FES: Reformatting the state system administrating the sector

All reports for: 2015 , 14 , 13 , 12 , 11 , 10 , 09 , 08 , 07

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