Gazprom does not trust the Ukrainian gas pipelines / by Sergey Pravosudov, director of “The National Energy Institute” / 26.01.2018

Recently it is often heard criticism of Gazprom for construction of new export gas pipelines. After all the gas pipelines going across the territory of Ukraine are loaded not for 100%. Why should it spend money and builds new capacities when it is possible to use the existing ones? Let’s try to understand this situation.

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Latin America and Gazprom / by Denis Kirillov, deputy director of “The National Energy Institute” / 09.01.2018

One of the most important regions which will have in the long term more and more essential impact on the global energy market is Latin America. The Gazprom Group already realizes anchor projects here and considers opportunities for activity expansion.

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Gas Against Electricity On Transport / by Alexander Frolov, deputy director “The National Energy Institute” / 11.11.2017

Whether it is worth investing money in oil refinery today

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Gas in motors / by Alexander Frolov, deputy director “The National Energy Institute” / 04.10.2017

Methane will struggle for a share of the European market of diesel fuel

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US Gas in Europe: Can Trump Really ‘Sell’ American LNG to Europeans? / «Sputnik», 05.07.2017

US President Donald Trump wants to use his country’s fast-growing reserves of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) as a political tool to reduce Europe’s dependence on Russia. The plan will be presented during a summit of the Three Seas Initiative in Warsaw, Poland.

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