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The fuel and energy complex of Russia - Series of analytical reports

The NESF presents a series of analysis reports devoted to development problems of Russian Oil and Gas Complex, mechanism of decision-making process in Russian policy, situation in key institutes of executive authority, redistribution processes within powerful authorities.

Our subscribers have an opportunity to be deeply informed on situation in Russian oil and gas complex and development strategies of connected with it oil, gas and electric power industries.

All materials and sources used for issuing the reports are thoroughly verified and analyzed by our experts. The information of NESF is based on industry statistics, data of oil and gas companies, information of federal and regional mass-media, materials of conferences and round tables.

The series consists of 8 reports which are issued within February-December of every year.


Hydrocarbon Rush to East: Current Status, Medium-term Prospects

Hydrocarbon Rush to East: Current Status, Medium-term Prospects

Plans of the green course implementation posted by the European Union in mid-July leave no doubt that Europe is clearly set to reduce consumption of hydrocarbons. Therefore, oil and gas producers are likely to lean stronger towards Asian markets that will support demand for conventional energy sources in the next few decades.
Hydrogen as New Energy Hope

Hydrogen as New Energy Hope

The subject of energy transition has not just reached Russia, it has rapidly moved to the foreground of debate about the future of the national energy sector. Special attention is now drawn to hydrogen: this subject is being touted day and night, snowballing. No effort is spared to portray Russia as all but a “hydrogen superpower.” Hydrogen must become the answer to Europe’s abandonment of hydrocarbons: we expect it to be hydrogen that we will be able to offer the global market instead of oil and gas.
Russian Oil Production and Export in Time of Low Prices and OPEC+

Russian Oil Production and Export in Time of Low Prices and OPEC+

Since May 2020, Russia has been in the second, much tighter version of the OPEC+ deal. It has already “eaten away” about 9% of national production – and this for the past year, too, of which for four months the restrictions were nominal rather than actual. This is a completely unprecedented artificial cut in both production and export. What effect this will have on the industry in the medium term remains open to question.
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Analytical series “The Fuel and Energy Complex of Russia”:

State Regulation of Oil and Gas Sector in 2021 and Prospects 2022
Gazprom: Life after Major Construction Projects
The Arctic: a new state priority
Tax Treatment of Oil and Gas Sector: Choosing Priorities
Import Substitution in Oil and Gas Industry: Myths and Reality

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

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