This book examines developments in the Russian gas industry since the late 1990s in a domestic and international context and likely developments over the next two decades. Russian gas deliveries will expand from a domestic, CIS and European focus, to a global role encompassing Asian and North American markets. Over the same period Gazprom has the potential to become Russia's first multinational energy - oil and gas - company.In July 2003, the Commission on Gas Industry Reform proposed the creation of a a#39;gas market coordinatora#39; (GMC) which a#39;maintains a balance ... basis for transmission charges.40 Thus far the only discussion has been about access to high pressure transmission networks. Because of the prices and payments problems of the 1990s, particularly the problems of the residential sector, little attention has beenanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Future of Russian Gas and Gazprom|
|Author||:||Jonathan P. Stern|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 2005|