The ENERPO Journal was established in 2013 and is a publication produced by the Energy Politics in Eurasia (ENERPO) Program in cooperation with the ENERPO Research Center of the European University at St. Petersburg. The goal of the ENERPO Journal is to bring exposure to the activities held at the ENERPO programme as well as give the most successful students and other young researchers an opportunity to have their work published.

The journal is published at least once a year and accepts two main types of submissions: analytical research articles and shorter viewpoints/commentaries. ENERPO quality standards for analysis and research are at a professional level, while young researchers are often the ones providing creative solutions for the existing challenges. Thus, the work produced by the students and other young academics will be useful for experts and industry professionals.

In 2015, we launched the ENERPO Newsletter. Published only during the semester, the newsletter is prepared by the students within the seminar ‘World Oil and Gas Affairs’. The Newsletter aims to bring those interested up-to-date with the latest developments in the energy realm through short insights and analyses. Similarly, the blog serves as a platform for shorter analyses and stories, to whom all interested are invited to contribute.

If you have comments or questions about the ENERPO Journal or are interested in contributing, send us an email at drice@eu.spb.ru or oshchepkova.anastasiya@gmail.com

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