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State Oil and Gas Sector Management System: First Year in New Format (Russian Version)

  • ID: 1191393
  • June 2009
  • Region: Russia
  • 46 Pages
  • National Energy Security Fund

Serious changes in the format of the executive power took place a year ago.

Vladimir Putin became Prime Minister while Dmitry Medvedev became President, and great migration of bureaucrats started: functionaries were moving horizontally and vertically. The Cabinet staff and composition of the President’s Executive Office were renewed.

The rules of regulating the oil and gas sector also changed. So, what are the results of the first year of functioning of the new system? What are its main weak points?

This new report is devoted to these issues.

The report offers an in-depth discussion of the following subjects:

New structure – old players

Major administrative groups influencing the oil and gas sector and a new system of checks and balances
- The role of Putin and Medvedev in the fuel and energy sector
- Struggle between gas, oil producers and exporters

Year results for profile ministries and corporations behind them
- Vertical and horizontal conflicts: struggle for authority on the deputy PM level, relations between ministries and services and agencies
- Situation in the energy and natural resources ministries

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Introduction. First year of duumvirate
Chapter 1. Division of authority in the new system of supervision over the oil and gas sector
Chapter 2. Igor Sechin, new supervisor of the fuel and energy sector
Chapter 3. Trojan horse in energy ministry
Chapter 4. License war: example of functionaries’ divide
Chapter 5. Sechin’s main success – struggle for Chinese direction of energy cooperation
Chapter 6. FAS vs. Gazprom
Chapter 7. Ecology as instrument of control over assets in the oil and gas sector
Chapter 8. State regulation of relations with non-residents: new rules of the game
Conclusion

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