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Russia oil & gas monitor, volume 1, issue 2, 1995

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Title:Russia oil & gas monitor, volume 1, issue 2, 1995
Date Issued:1995
Publisher:Honolulu, HI: East-West Center
Abstract:A quarterly analysis of oil and gas developments in Russia prepared by the Russia Energy Project. This issue covers the Russian oil and gas developments: first quarter of 1995.

The Russia Energy Project analyzes and forecasts developments in the Russian energy sector and their impacts on national economic growth, trade and foreign investment as well as on the international energy markets. There are two main areas of research: (1) oil and gas, and (2) coal and electricity, with the former being given deserved priority. The scope of research includes analyses and forecasts of nationwide and regional energy balances (supply, consumption and net trade), interregional energy flows and logistics, market situation and prices, and development of energy-related infrastructure. Further key study areas of the Project are mineral-resource and energy legislation, policies and regulations, especially those governing foreign investment. The Project is headed by Dr. Eugene (Yevgeny) Khartukov and is actively supported by the Moscow-based World Energy Analysis & Forecasting Group (GAPMER) and other Russian researchers. All research activities of the Program on Resources: Energy and Minerals are supervised by the PREM director, Dr. Fereidun Fesharaki.
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Pages/Duration:34 p.
Rights:Copyright 1995 EWC Program on Resources
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