DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "The Future of Russia Gas Markets, Investments, Projects and Companies to 2025- Exploration, Gas Production, Gas Pipelines, Storage, LNG and Supply Demand" report to their offering.
Effect of current market dynamics including price fluctuations, CAPEX declines and others on Russia Gas markets. The impact of recent developments including OPEC decision to cut production at Algiers, US shale production decline, Russia government policy changes and CAPEX reductions on companies across Russia Gas value chain are analysed in detail. The research provides detailed analysis of all major risks and opportunities faced by gas companies in Russia.
The report identifies key trends and drivers of Russia Gas markets and provides the SWOT profile of the country. Further, the country is benchmarked with peer markets to compare its position in regional markets. In addition, impact of competing assets in other countries is also evaluated.
The research work identifies the key moves being taken by government, companies and investors to cop up with global changes and minimize the risks in current market conditions. Further, the research also identifies the strategies being taken by oil and gas players to ensure growth and beat competition in the long run.
- Marketed Gas supply and demand outlook, 2005-2025
- LNG Supply and Demand Outlook, 2005-2022
- LNG Contracted Capacity Outlook, 2005-2022
- Russia Primary Energy mix, 2015
- GDP, Population and Investment Outlook, 2005-2025
Key Topics Covered:
1 Tables & Figures
2 Executive Summary
3 Russia Gas Market Factsheet
4 Investment and Business Expansion Opportunities in Russia Gas Markets
5 Russia Gas Market Outlook and Forecasts
6 Competitive Landscape in Russia Gas Markets, 2016
7 Russia Upstream Gas Market Analysis
8 Russia LNG Market Analysis
9 Russia Gas storage market Analysis
10 Russia Pipeline Market Analysis
11 Competitor Operations and Business Profiles
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