Publications

The crisis in EU-Russia relations over Ukraine has made the two players interested in the Southern Gas Corridor once again.

Point of View
2015-08-20
Aleksandra Jarosiewicz

The main elements of the ongoing transformation of Central Europe’s gas markets.

Point of View
2014-12-10
Tomasz Dąborowski
Nord Stream increases Gazprom’s flexibility as far its export routes are concerned; it enables them to be changed with regard to the market or political situation. Nevertheless, this expensive pipeline may contribute to a further drop in the price competitiveness of Russian gas.
Point of View
2010-03-29
Łukasz Antas
Agata Łoskot-Strachota

Under Vladimir Putin's rule, Russia consistently and systematically expanded its activity in Asia, establishing closer political contacts with key countries in the region, rebuilding relations with former allies from Soviet times, and strengthening its presence in the Asian markets, in the energy sphere also. These activities were accompanied by intensive Russian propaganda, the message of which was that relations with the West can be restricted in favour of developing closer relations with Asian states.

Point of View
2008-06-15
Marcin Kaczmarski

The energy security of countries importing energy resources depends largely on the shape and quality of operational transport connections. This is particularly important in the case of natural gas supplies. Natural gas is transported mostly by gas pipelines which permanently connect gas producers and consumers. Thus Europe as a consumer is "tied" to certain gas suppliers for anywhere between a dozen and several tens of years. As their own resources are becoming depleted, the EU Member States get increasingly dependent on import of natural gas.

Point of View
2005-02-15
Agata Łoskot-Strachota