Alexei Grivach

Russian Federation

Deputy director general for gas issues at the National Energy Security Fund.

Materials

The US Tests Europe for Strength
26.07.2017
This is not the first time that Washington tries to hamper the development of cooperation with Russia in the gas sector by brute force. In the 80s Reagan imposed an embargo on the equipment supply,

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Black Sea Stream: the Planned Russian Pipeline to the South Returns to the…
18.08.2016
The revival of the Turkish Stream project means that Bulgaria is now almost guaranteed to lose transits to Turkey, and maybe even Greece.

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Black Sea Pipelines: Possible Way out of the Shadow
12.07.2016
The big Turkish Stream, which at the beginning of December 2014 replaced the South Stream, has already lost its relevance. Nevertheless, the issue of a regional gas pipeline through the Black Sea is

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What Really Stands Behind Ukraine’s ‘Energy Independence’ From Russia
21.02.2016
This week, Bloomberg reported that Russian energy giant Gazprom was planning to resume and maintain exports to Ukraine for at least three more years, although Kiev halted natural gas purchases from
Turkey Shoots Down Its Own Gas Hub
04.12.2015
The Turkish Air Force’s attack on a Russian aircraft flying over Syria has jeopardized development prospects for Russia-Turkey cooperation in the gas sector.

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Ukraine as Queen of Blackmail: The Purpose of Nord Stream-2 and Turkish Stream
10.11.2015
In four years, the contract on transit of about 40-50 billion cubic meters of gas to Europe (and about 12-13 billion more to Turkey) through Ukraine will expire. Extension of the contract

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Gazprom: Revising European Strategy
14.08.2015
Gazprom has been revising its supply strategy in the EU in response to changes in the gas industry. Gazprom was forced to replace its European strategy of forming direct supply lines from production

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Is the Turkish Stream Pipeline Stalled or Frozen?
23.07.2015
A Russian-Turkish intergovernmental agreement to build the pipeline has not been signed. Gazprom has canceled a number of South Corridor infrastructure orders.

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