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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.


State regulation of the oil and gas sector in 2021, 2022 outlook

State regulation of the oil and gas sector in 2021, 2022 outlook

The situation on oil and gas markets changed radically in 2021. Oil prices surged, and gas prices hit a record high. This situation was supposed to make Russian oil and gas companies and the Russian government happy, as the former generated quite good revenues and profits, while the latter had a budget surplus ensured by oil and natural gas exports. However, throughout the year, there were debates about the vague future of hydrocarbons. There were more and more predictions of the end of the oil epoch (followed by natural gas) on the background of the rising climate agenda and energy transition.
Gazprom on Pricing Crest. Current Situation in European Gas Market

Gazprom on Pricing Crest. Current Situation in European Gas Market

Dynamics on the European gas market have become one of the central subjects of the global energy sector development. The situation started getting out of control as far back as summer. Prices for natural gas in Europe broke all-time records, dragging along with them quotations for coal and even oil. The Europeans began to view the situation as a full-scale energy crisis. Gazprom as the largest supplier of natural gas to European markets has found itself to be the focus of a major discussion with the eternal Russian questions: who is to blame and what is to be done. The unique situation on the European gas market and the one in which Gazprom finds itself are discussed in detail in the new report of the NESF.
Oil Tax Policy: Squeezing Last or Chance to Restart Industry?

Oil Tax Policy: Squeezing Last or Chance to Restart Industry?

The government has historically viewed the oil industry as a donor to the federal budget. So a whole series of repressive decisions about oil companies were passed in autumn 2020 that were motivated by the need to collect additional revenue to the state budget. The scale of the changes was very large; in fact, a new tax regime was launched. At the same time, the budget-drafting campaign in autumn 2021 became a stark contrast to 2020. The Finance Ministry’s focus of attention shifted to the metals and mining industry, while oil companies got a certain respite. The question is what will be next.
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Analytical series “The Fuel and Energy Complex of Russia”:

Europe’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism: Prospects for Russian Suppliers, Russia’s Potential Response
The Arctic: Breakthrough Territory or White Hole?
Hydrocarbon Rush to East: Current Status, Medium-term Prospects
Hydrogen as New Energy Hope
Russian Oil Production and Export in Time of Low Prices and OPEC+

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

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