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Repartition of the State-Owned Assets in the Russian Oil and Gas Complex - the Last Stage

  • ID: 12082
  • February 2003
  • Region: Russia
  • 60 pages
  • National Energy Security Fund
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The report examines the Russian Oil& Gas property policy and considers the approaches towards the prevalence of state or private ownership of Oil& Gas assets. The report deliberates on what scheme of ownership is more effective in Russia: state or private. The paper also highlights the State’s plans for the oil and gas assets it still owns.

The report provides an in-depth analysis on the following issues:

- Russian Policy in Selling/Buying Oil& Gas Assets. The fight between two groups: supporters of the further privatization of the energy assets and their opponents standing for nationalization of the industry.

- Foreign Experience in Management of State-Owned Property. How state and private assets are apportioned in the leading oil-extracting countries

- Slavneft Privatization. The results of the auction. Its political and economical impact on the Russian Fuel& Energy complex.

- Prospects of Privatization of the State-Owned Companies: Rosneft, Zarubezhneft, Transneft, Transnefteprodukt. Sales of state-owned stakes in some oil product supplying and gas distributing companies. Activities of the state-run companies and prospects of their privatization.

- Privatization in Regions. The companies Bashneft, Bashneftekhim and Tatneft prepare to change hands.

- Fight for State-Owned Gas Assets. Pros and cons of augmenting of the State's stake in JSC “Gazprom”: arguments, methods and strategies.

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