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Public Administration, Oil and Gas Sector: The Last Autumn of the Current Political Cycle (Russian Version) Product Image

Public Administration, Oil and Gas Sector: The Last Autumn of the Current Political Cycle (Russian Version)

  • Published: November 2011
  • Region: Russia
  • 54 Pages
  • National Energy Security Fund

It would seem that the main political intrigue of the next election cycle has been exhausted. Vladimir Putin returns as president, Dmitry Medvedev, and transplanted to the prime minister. In fact, everything is just beginning. Yes, some kind of script to reformat the Russian authorities have ceased to exist. But still many uncertainties, including those on the management of oil and gas sector. Changes in the system are inevitable. Moreover, there is a temptation to fix the rules of the game is over six years, which gives immediate transformations of special significance.

A new report from the Foundation is dedicated to both the present and future. We have analyzed what changes took place in the management of oil and gas sector over the past year and a half, and most importantly - what will happen to the industry in the spring of 2012, when the formal electoral procedures will be completed and the country will be represented by a new government and presidential administration.

The report covers in detail the following topics:

Recent personnel changes in the relevant ministries and agencies
- Causes and consequences
- Which groups have strengthened their influence, READ MORE >

Introduction
Chapter 1. Oil and gas complex and the return of Vladimir Putin as President of the Russian Federation. The highest level of management of the industry
Chapter 2. The level of ministries and departments
Chapter 3. Tax Battle
Chapter 4. Major changes in the relevant agencies and services
Chapter 5. Attempts to antitrust market fuel
Chapter 6. State regulation in the field of ecology
Chapter 7. Forecast of development of the situation: scenario 2012

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