Country Industry Forecast - Political and Policy Analysis for Russian Energy Industry


  • Research Code : 4F53-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : EG00329-AP-DE_03035
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  • Release Date : 13-Sep-2006
  • Region : Asia Pacific
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The energy industry in Russia accounts for a quarter of GDP and contributes nearly half of the export revenue. Due to political unrest in other energy suppliers Russia is expected to play increasing role in the world energy market. Energy industry in Russia is expected to undergo major changes due to changes in the policy environment and increased demand for energy from the major energy consuming nations in the world. Europe is the main export market for Russian oil. The research service covers major political, economic and business policy trends and analyses their implications for the energy segments. It also provides an overview of growth opportunities that are likely to arise due to these changes in the energy industry.

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