Publications

At crossroads. Current problems of Russia’s gas sector

The Russian gas sector has found itself in a difficult situation.

OSW Studies
2017-03-27
Szymon Kardaś

On 28 March, the European Commission sent a letter to the governments of Denmark and Sweden, in which it confirmed its position on Nord Stream 2.

Analyses
2017-04-05
Agata Łoskot-Strachota
Szymon Kardaś
Piotr Szymański
No fines for Gazprom’s monopolistic practices in Central Europe?

The EU’s commissioner for competition Margrethe Vestager announced that the European Commission (EC) was ready to settle the case against Gazprom.

Analyses
2017-03-15
Agata Łoskot-Strachota
Szymon Kardaś
Blackouts possible in Ukraine

On 15th February the Ukrainian government declared a state of emergency in the energy sector. The main reason behind the decision is the shortage of anthracite.

Analyses
2017-02-15
Tadeusz Iwański

For the first time in its independent history, Ukraine did not buy any gas directly from Russia, thus reducing its imports by about 32%.

Analyses
2017-02-08
Tadeusz Iwański

The record volumes of gas supplied via the OPAL and Nord Stream pipeline have been accompanied by controversy over the rules for utilisation of the OPAL pipeline’s capacity.

OSW Commentary
2017-01-17
Agata Łoskot-Strachota

During President Vladimir Putin’s meeting with Igor Sechin a public announcement was made about the privatisation of a 19.5% stake in Rosneft. 

Analyses
2016-12-14
Szymon Kardaś

The European Commission published its winter package – a series of legislative proposals  regarding the EU energy and climate policies for 2020-2030. 

Analyses
2016-12-07
Rafał Bajczuk

On 30 November in Vienna, the OPEC countries concluded an agreement on reducing oil production by about 1.2 million b/d (barrels per day).

Analyses
2016-12-07
Szymon Kardaś

The European Commission’s decision has removed one of the barriers on the way to the implementation of the Hungarian-Russian project.

Analyses
2016-11-23
Andrzej Sadecki

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