Russian Oil and Gas Landscape Reshaped by Geopolitics

 Published On: Dec, 2014 |    No of Pages: 15 |  Published By: GlobalData | Format: PDF
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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 

1 Table of Contents
External Pressures on Russian Oil and Gas Industry
Fall in Global Crude Oil Prices
Expanded US and EU Sanctions within Russian Financial and Energy Sectors
Fiscal Commentary on Crude Oil Taxation
MET Rate Response to Oil Prices and Exchange Rate
Upcoming Changes to Russian Tax Code
Upstream Oil and Gas Sector
Oil Production and Export
Gas Production and Export
Trend towards Offshore Production
Notable Oil and Gas Discoveries
Licensing Activity
Midstream Sector
LNG as Strategic Driver
Pipelines to the East
Downstream Sector: Refining Industry
Move to Diesel Exports
Major Deals in Russian Oil and Gas Industry
Vankorskoye - the Largest Field in 25 Years

1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Russia, MET Rate
Table 2: Russia, Blocks of Federal Significance

1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Russia, Russian Ruble Correlation with Global Crude Oil Price
Figure 2: Russia, MET Rate Response to Oil Price Decline
Figure 3: Russia, MET Rate Response to Oil Price Decline
Figure 4: Russia, Oil and Condensate Production and Exports
Figure 5: Russia, Natural Gas Production and Exports
Figure 6: Russia, Total Refinery Crude Inputs and Outputs of Major Products

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