Publications

By taking control of Gazprom’s shares, Lithuania has marked the beginning of new relations between Vilnius and the Russian company.

Analyses
2014-06-25
Joanna Hyndle-Hussein

Both countries are prepared for lengthy litigation as they are aware that the future model of bilateral gas co-operation is at stake.

Analyses
2014-06-25
Szymon Kardaś
Wojciech Konończuk

The signing of the 30-year contract ends the long negotiation process initiated in the 1990s.

OSW Commentary
2014-06-16
Szymon Kardaś

The contradictory statements concerning the future of the South Stream project should be interpreted in the broader context of the Serbian-Russian game.

Analyses
2014-06-11
Marta Szpala

Due to pressure from the EU and increasing criticism from the US, Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski announced that the South Stream would be withheld.

Analyses
2014-06-11
Tomasz Dąborowski

The further reduction of Gazprom’s export monopoly will not be a process of de-monopolisation in the strict sense.

Analyses
2014-06-11
Szymon Kardaś

Western firms are withdrawing from projects linked to the Southern Corridor probably due to the declining commercial attractiveness of these projects.

Analyses
2014-06-04
Aleksandra Jarosiewicz

Gazprom must take into account that its position on the Lithuanian market is different today than it was in 2004.

Analyses
2014-06-04
Joanna Hyndle-Hussein

Slovakia’s good relations with Gazprom have a decisive impact on Bratislava’s stance on the reversal issue.

Analyses
2014-04-16
Jakub Groszkowski

Moscow tries to use the Ukrainian crisis as a pretext to revise gas cooperation with the EU.

Analyses
2014-04-16
Szymon Kardaś

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