The geographical structure of gas imports to Ukraine in 2015 confirms that Kyiv has succeeded in reducing its dependence on Russia.
Turkmenistan’s decision to start work on the TAPI is a product of its failure to diversify its natural gas exports.
The crisis in EU-Russia relations over Ukraine has made the two players interested in the Southern Gas Corridor once again.
The agreement concerning Nord Stream-2 represents a success for Russia; it accomplishes the strategic goals of Russian gas policy in Europe.
The comprehensive reform of the gas sector is one of the most important and most difficult reforms Ukraine has to implement.
Russia’s ability to sabotage the agreements is minimal in a situation where both Teheran and Washington appear to be interested in implementing them.
Contrary to previous announcements, Gazprom has not altered its strategy, and still treats Europe as its key market.
Slovakia has no chance of maintaining its traditional role as a key route for Russian gas to Western Europe.
The failure of the South Stream project has spurred a debate about the expansion of the gas infrastructure in countries of region.
Moscow’s consent to extend the winter package represents a concession to Ukraine.