Tag Archives: Rosneft

Week in Review – March 29 – April 4

Photo by Jerry Mathes II Monitoring Team – John Collins, Bogdan Polishchuk Saudi Arabia Plans $2 Trillion Megafund for Post-Oil Era In the preparation for the ‘post-oil era’, Saudi Arabia is planning steps to diversify the economy. One of such steps is the IPO and resulting sale of up to 5% in Aramco field by […]

Week in Review – March 21 – 28

by Lina Nagell and Zachary Waller Photo by Jerry Mathes II New Exports for Russia, Low ruble entices import of Russian goods.  Deputy PM Says Russian Economy Adjusting to Low Oil Prices, Weak Ruble Will Help Stabilize It  Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich said Wednesday that Russia’s economy is adjusting to low oil prices […]

Energy News Blog – Russia and the New Geopolitics of Oil

By Irina Mironova, Aaron Wood (This text was written for Russia Direct) The changing structure of the global oil trade – which includes new roles for Russia and Saudi Arabia and the rise of non-state actors such as ISIS – has important implications for Russia’s energy industry. Russia’s top energy companies, already grappling with the […]

The Week in Review (September 14 – 21)

The Monitoring Team: Lina Nagell, Henrik Vorloeper   Gazprom on Top of the News in European Gas Markets Gazprom’s European export estimate (including Turkey) has increased to 158 bcm, compared to earlier predictions of 152-155 bcm made for this year. Exports totalled 159.4 in 2014. The price for the winter season is expected to be […]

ENERPO Newsletter Top 10

The Week in Review (September 7 – 14) The Monitoring Team: Fatma Babayeva, Jerry Byers   Investment Troubles in the Era of Low Energy Prices: The Case of the North Sea The article discusses the impact of low oil prices on the highly expensive extraction costs of North Sea oil production. It notes that while […]

Overview of Gazprom’s Competition on Russia’s Domestic Gas Market

by Nicholas Watt After years of monopolizing the European gas market, Gazprom now finds itself on the defensive. Developments such as the highly publicized arbitration cases and billion-dollar rebates have the Russian gas giant sweating and its critics reveling. Such critics proclaim that the end is in sight for Gazprom’s age of dominance and that […]