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State Regulation of the Oil and Gas Sector in 2009 and Outlooks for 2010 Product Image

State Regulation of the Oil and Gas Sector in 2009 and Outlooks for 2010

  • ID: 1189212
  • January 2010
  • 60 Pages
  • National Energy Security Fund

The author traditionally sums up the year results with a concluding report evaluating main tendencies and events in the oil and gas sector.

The year 2009 was quite eventful. The situation with production made the executive power change priorities in the taxation policy. There were desperate battles for export routes of hydrocarbons. Wars for property and licenses continued. Preparations for a new wave of privatization began. Non-residents were again actively invited to invest in upstream.

There was a complicated situation: problems with production were becoming more and more obvious but main players were focused on disputes between clans rather than on solving the problems.

The following issues will be elaborated on in the report:

Production results of the year
- Stagnation in the production sector amid rising costs
- Revision of development strategies of companies with decline in forecast parameters
- Main production and marketing risks

Export route wars
- The European and Chinese ways of Russia’s fuel and energy sector development
- Baltic Pipeline System-2 vs. East Siberia-Pacific Ocean pipeline
- Active promotion of a READ MORE >

Introduction
Chapter 1.Preliminary Results of Production in 2009
Chapter 2.Struggle for Export Routes
Chapter 3.Non-residents: New “Romantic Period”
Chapter 4.Struggle of Clans for Resource Base
Chapter 5.Tax Novelties in the Sector
Forecast of the Sector Development in 2010

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