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The domestic gas sector in Russia – gradual progress towards a competitive market?

Abstract:

In the mid-2000s the Russian authorities were firmly in control of the country’s gas sector; their influence was primarily reflected in their right to set the regulated price for gas sold by the dominant producer, Gazprom. This regulated price was on an upward trajectory, growing at around 15 per cent per annum, as the government attempted to balance Gazprom’s needs for more funds with the desire of domestic industry and the population for low gas prices. However, demand was rising across all...

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Published
Peer review status:
Peer reviewed

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Journal:
Oxford Energy Forum
Volume:
97
Issue:
August 2014
Pages:
23-25
ISSN:
0959-7727
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2015-04-24

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