David Jalilvand’s paper looks at why Iran has failed to become a major gas exporter over the past several decades, and the prospects for it to emerge as a significant force in international gas trade…
Étiqueté : international gas market
The transit dimension of EU energy security: Russian gas transit across Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova
An in-depth analysis of market, legal/regulatory, and energy security aspects of the transit of Russian gas to Europe across western CIS countries – Ukraine, Belarus, and Moldova – to Europe
This report focuses specifically on the operational aspect of security of supply for the Northwest European market and addresses the question: “Will Northwest Europe have sufficient supply capacity to meet the cumulative demand over a severe winter in 2020?”
This OIES’s paper argues that Continental European gas markets are moving inexorably from oil-linked to hub-based pricing
The aim of this article is to analyse the effects of this new European gas context on Gazprom’s strategy and how the issues of energy security and cooperation between Russia and the EU will be affected by this new order.