EGF Gazprom Monitor, Issue 44, January 2015

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A Snapshot of Key Developments in the External Relations of the Russian Gas Sector
By Dr Jack Sharples, EGF Associate Researcher on the external dimensions of Russian gas and Lecturer in Energy Politics at the European University of St Petersburg

  • Gazprom and the EU: European Commission again delays ruling on Gazprom"s usage of the OPAL pipeline
  • Nord Stream: Gazprom abandons plans for Nord Stream extension
  • South Stream: Gazprom agrees to buy out its European partners in South Stream Transport
  • Turkish Stream: Gazprom agrees on a route for "Turkish Stream" with its Turkish partners, as Botaş is named as the Turkish representative in the project
    — Is Gazprom"s determination to reduce dependence on Ukrainian gas transit realistic?
  • Ukraine: Gazprom calls on Naftogaz to pay its debts and reminds them that the "Winter Package" will end on the 1st of April
  • Belarus: Gazprom could shut down its representative office and concentrate its activities in the HQ of its Belarusian subsidiary, Gazprom Transgaz Belarus
  • China: Gazprom launches increased gas production in the Yamal Peninsula, leading to speculation that this gas is destined for export to China
    — Gazprom Marketing & Trading Singapore signs long-term contract with Yamal LNG

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