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Analyzing the Energy Industry in Russia

  • ID: 589310
  • Report
  • Region: Russia
  • 240 Pages
  • Aruvian Research
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  • Atomstroyexport
  • Energoatom
  • OAO Gazprom
  • OAO Lukoil
  • OAO TNK-BP Holding
  • OJSC Rosneft Oil Company
  • MORE

The global energy industry has explored many options to meet the growing energy needs of industrialized economies wherein production demands are to be met with supply of power from varied energy resources worldwide. There has been a clearer realization of the finite nature of oil resources and the ever higher pushing demand for energy. The world has yet to stabilize on the complex geopolitical undercurrents which influence the oil and gas production as well as supply strategies globally.   

In the last couple of years, Russia’s real gross domestic product (GDP) has surpassed the average growth rates in all other G8 countries. Russia’s economic growth over the past seven years has been driven primarily by energy exports, given the increase in Russian oil production and relatively high world oil prices during the period.

Internally, Russia gets over half of its domestic energy needs from natural gas. The share of energy use from coal and nuclear has stayed constant, while energy use from oil has decreased from 27 percent to around 19 percent in recent years.

The report – Analyzing the Energy Industry in Russia 2016 - analyzes the scope of Russian energy production from varied traditional sources as well as the developing renewable energy sources. In view of understanding energy transactions, the report also studies the revenue returns for investors in various energy channels which manifest themselves in Russian energy demand and supply dynamics.

The report presents a Russian energy footprint which analyzes the major countries and their usage of the various Russian energy resources.

In depth view has been provided in this report of Russian oil, electricity, natural gas, nuclear power, coal, wind, and hydroelectric sectors. The various geopolitical interests and intentions governing the exploitation, production, trade and supply of these resources for energy production has also been analyzed by this report in a non-partisan manner.

Russia’s energy policy along with its foreign policies on energy is also explained in This report, with a future outlook for the global and the Russian energy market. A profile of the major players in the Russian energy industry completes This analysis of the Russian energy industry.

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A. Executive Summary

Section 1: Analyzing the Global Energy Industry

B. A Look at the Global Energy Industry
B.1 Industry Profile
B.2 Analysis of the Global Oil Market
B.3 Analysis of the Global Natural Gas
B.4 Analysis of Other Fuels
B.5 Impacts on the Industry
B.6 Challenges Facing the Industry

C. Revenue Returns on Global Energy Markets
C.1 Oil Demand – Fueling Growth Worldwide
C.2 China’s Coal Demand – Major Influence in World Markets
C.3 Developing World Electricity Consumption - Adding Up in the Global Pie
C.4 Renewable Energy
C.4.1 Hydroelectricity
C.4.2 Wind Energy

D. Global Energy Demand and Supply Dynamics
D.1 Oil
D.2 Natural Gas
D.3 Energy Usage

E. Looking at the Global Energy Crisis
E.1 Energy Crisis
E.2 Growing Need for Unconventional Energy Sources

F. World Energy Map Analysis
F.1 Global Market Overview
F.2 Global Energy Use
F.3 Economic Recession and the Energy Market
F.4 Role of Natural Gas in the Global Energy Mix
F.5 Energy Prices in the Recession

G. Global Energy Market – Industry Outlook

Section 2: Analyzing the Russian Energy Industry

A. Introduction to the Industry

B. Russian Energy Industry: Porter’s Five Forces Strategy Analysis
B.1 Bargaining Power of Buyers
B.2 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
B.3 Competitive Rivalry in the Industry
B.4 Threat of New Entrants
B.5 Threat of Substitutes
B.6 Conclusion

C. Drivers of Energy Demand
C.1 Final Energy Demand per Industry
C.1.1 Industrial Use
C.1.2 Transportation Energy Consumption
C.1.3 Residential & Commercial Use
C.2 Primary Energy Demand

D. Major Issues in the Russian Energy Industry
D.1 Lowering of Energy Intensity
D.2 Development of Export Outlets & Facilities
D.3 Development of the Nuclear Energy Industry

E. Role of the State in the Russian Energy Industry

F. Analyzing Russia’s Energy Policy
F.1 Introduction
F.2 Objectives of the Russian Energy Strategy
F.3 Primary Energy Resources in Russia
F.3.1 Natural Gas
F.3.2 Oil
F.3.3 Coal
F.3.4 Electricity
F.4 Climate Change Factor
F.5 EU-Russia Energy Dialogue
F.6 Russia & the Ratification of the Energy Charter Treaty
F.7 Major Challenges for the Russian Energy Policy

G. Energy & Foreign Policy
G.1 International Disputes
G.1.1 Azerbaijan and Armenia
G.1.2 Russia and Belarus
G.1.3 Russia and Georgia
G.1.4 Russia and Lithuania
G.1.5 Russia and Ukraine

H. Politics in the Russian Energy Industry
H.1 Changing Economic and Energy Policies in Russia
H.2 Analyzing Eurasian Dependency on Russia for Energy
H.2.1 Armenia
H.2.2 Belarus
H.2.3 Georgia
H.2.4 Kyrgyzstan
H.2.5 Moldova
H.2.6 Tajikistan
H.2.7 Ukraine
H.2.8 Europe
H.3 Reliance on Russian Oil Pipelines
H.4 Reliance on Russian Gas Pipelines
H.5 Reliance on Russian Electricity Network

I. Oil Market in Russia
I.1 Overview
I.2 Oil Exploration & Production
I.3 Oil Exports
I.4 Oil Pipelines

J. Natural Gas Industry in Russia
J.1 Russia - World’s Largest Natural Gas Reserves
J.2 Natural Gas Exploration and Production
J.3 Natural Gas Exports
J.4 Major Pipelines

K. Coal Market in Russia
K.1 Overview
K.2 Coal Classification in the Russian System
K.2.1 Geologic Reserves
K.2.2 Economic Classification
K.2.3 Reserve Parameters
K.2.4 Technical Grade
K.3 Market Challenges & Strategies for Survival
K.3.1 Market Barriers
K.3.2 Survival Strategies
K.3.3 Issues & Bottlenecks in the Industry
K.4 “New Proprietors” of the Russian Coal Industry
K.5 Major Coal Basins in Russia
K.5.1 Donetskii Basin
K.5.2 Moscow Basin
K.5.3 Pechora Basin
K.5.4 Kuznetski Basin
K.5.5 Kansk-Achinsk Basin

L. Electricity Sector in Russia
L.1 Overview
L.2 Industry Structure
L.3 Electricity from Nuclear Power
L.4 Electricity from Coal

M. Looking at the Nuclear Energy Sector
M.1 Nuclear Power in Soviet Times
M.2 Market Profile
M.3 Russia’s Electricity Supply
M.4 Nuclear Capacity
M.5 Developing the Nuclear Capacity
M.6 Sector Organization
M.7 Export Scenario
M.8 Research & Development
M.9 Public Support for Nuclear Power
M.10 Russia’s Reactor Technology
M.10.1 VVER-1000, AES-92
M.10.2 VVER-1500
M.10.3 Medium VVER
M.10.4 Floating VVERs
M.10.5 VBER-300
M.10.6 VK-300 BWR
M.10.7 RBMK
M.10.8 HTRs
M.11 Fast Reactors
M.12 Uranium Resources & Uranium Mining
M.13 Fuel Cycle Facilities
M.14 Looking at the International Uranium Enrichment Centre (IUEC) Concept
M.15 Non-Proliferation in the Industry
M.16 Industry Forecast

N. Energy Efficiency Policies in Russia
N.1 Energy Efficiency Policies
N.2 Potential of Russia’s Energy Efficiency
N.3 Challenges Facing Energy Efficiency Investment
N.4 Requirement of Regional Approach to Energy Efficiency

O. Leading Industry Contributors
O.1 Atomstroyexport
O.2 Energoatom
O.3 Rosatom Nuclear Energy State Corporation (Rosatom)
O.4 OAO Gazprom
O.5 OAO Lukoil
O.6 OAO TNK-BP Holding
O.7 OJSC Rosneft Oil Company
O.8 Raspadskaya
O.9 Siberian Coal Energy Company (SUEK)
O.10 Surgutneftegaz OAO
O.11 Tatneft

Section 3: Conclusion

A. Appendix

B. Glossary of Terms

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  • Atomstroyexport
  • Energoatom
  • Rosatom Nuclear Energy State Corporation (Rosatom)
  • OAO Gazprom
  • OAO Lukoil
  • OAO TNK-BP Holding
  • OJSC Rosneft Oil Company
  • Raspadskaya
  • Siberian Coal Energy Company (SUEK)
  • Surgutneftegaz OAO
  • Tatneft
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