Russian Oil and Gas Landscape Reshaped by Geopolitics

Russian Oil and Gas Landscape Reshaped by Geopolitics
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The second half of 2014 brought many external pressures onto the Russian oil and gas industry. While oil production and exports as well as refineries outputs remained stable, at post-Soviet peak levels, macro-level impacts have begun to reshape the industry. Global crude prices have declined sharply, which was followed by the Russian ruble devaluation. The EU/US sanctions limited access to financing and prevented further cooperation on offshore and unconventional developments between Western and Russian firms. In response Russia has canceled a gas pipeline to Europe and consequently has intensified its pursuit of Asia-based partners for production and marketing of Russia’s vast hydrocarbon resources.


    Report provides information and insight on
  • Relationship between global oil price slide and Russian ruble devaluation
  • Overview of changes in fiscal terms for the upstream sector of The Russian oil and gas industry. Analysis of fiscal term fluctuations with oil price and ruble exchange rate
  • Production metrics for oil and gas production/exports and refineries outputs in Q3, 2014
  • Summary of licensing activity and information on major discoveries
  • Insight on re-orientation of Russian oil and gas industry towards Asian countries in response to US/EU sanctions

Reasons to Buy

  • The effect of the global price decline on the Russian oil and Gas industry
  • The response of the Russian Government and operators to the EU/US sanctions
  • The tax rates payable under the new law, effective January 1, 2015
  • The production data for oil, gas, and main refinery outputs, as well as export statistics
  • The information on latest deals, discoveries, licenses, and midstream/downstream developments

Date Published

December, 2014

Format / Pages

PDF / 15