Gas market / by Alexander Frolov, Deputy Director “The National Energy Institute” / 02.05.2023

The media and the expert community are discussing the possible losses of Gazprom from the closure of the European market, which could amount to $40 billion a year.

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Gas export history / by Sergey Pravosudov, director of “The National Energy Institute” / 01.05.2023

The first export deliveries began in the mid-forties when gas from the USSR in small volumes began to come to Poland. About 20 years export of these goods was small, 5.6 billion cubic meters were sold for the entire period until the end of 1967 in general.

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Power swing / by Sergey Pravosudov, director of “The National Energy Institute” / 08.03.2023

Questions are answered by the CEO of National Energy Institute Sergey Pravosudov

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Gas history / by Denis Kirillov, deputy director of “The National Energy Institute” / 25.02.2023

On February 17, 1993 the state gas concern Gazprom was transformed to the Russian joint-stock company of the same name. Since then the company not only successfully strengthens, but also increases its potential — improves key activities, diversifies core business, expands geography of presence and increases production efficiency.

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Gas in Europe / by Alexander Frolov, Deputy Director “The National Energy Institute” / 30.01.2023

Speaking at the Davos Forum, the Head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leien, boasted of reduced gas prices and said that the European Union had replaced 80% of Russian pipeline blue fuel.

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