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State System of Administrating the Oil and Gas Sector

  • Published: September 2010
  • Region: Russia
  • 64 Pages
  • National Energy Security Fund

Dmitry Medvedev has passed the equator of his first presidential term. Considering the past two years one can already make conclusions about the work of the state system regulating the oil and gas sector launched in 2008. Its designer is certainly Vladimir Putin, who remains the main figure in the Russian economy and politics despite all speculations by experts. Yet, the new mechanism has some serious differences from what we observed during the eight years of Putin’s tenure.

Meanwhile, the political system is entering a new electoral cycle and more importantly a period of defining its configuration in the next six years at least, since a presidential term in office will be extended. The question is how the oil and gas sector will function in the pre-election period and how it will be managed after 2012. The answer to a great extent depends on whether Putin will return to the presidential post and what new layout of forces among elites will be. However, one can assume that Putin will remain a key element of the decision making system. It means that considering his style of managing the oil and gas sector one can already make conclusions about future control mechanisms over READ MORE >

Introduction. System of Administrating the Oil and Gas Sector in 2008 to 2012, its Main Features

Chapter 1. Oil and gas sector administration at PM and President levels
Chapter 2. Level of Ministries
Chapter 3. Level of Agencies and Services
Conclusion. Possible Developments

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