This report answers questions such as: as one of the largest foreign acquisitions by a Russian company occurred in Bulgaria, what lessons are applicable to charting future Russian downstream takeovers? Why have Eastern Europe and Western FSU countries been the primary focus of Russian acquisitions? What drives LUKoil (and other Russian oil companies) to pursue acquisition of assets in these regions? Finally, what is the stance of the Russian government in terms of promoting such acquisitions abroad? This series of reports establishes for the first time the confluence of Russian foreign polic.
Description based on print version record.
|Series||Russian Foreign Energy Policy, Russian Foreign Energy Policy|
|LC Classifications||HD9575.B92R87 2005eb|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|Pagination||1 online resource (41 p.)|
|Number of Pages||41|
Russian involvement in Eastern Europe's petroleum industry: the case of Bulgaria. [Adnan Vatansever] -- This report answers questions such as: as one of the largest foreign acquisitions by a Russian company occurred in Bulgaria, what lessons are applicable to charting future Russian . Russian Involvement in Eastern Europe's Petroleum Industry: The Case of Bulgaria.. [Adnan Vatansever; Kevin Rosner] -- AnnotationThis series of reports establishes for the first time the confluence of Russian foreign policy with the acquisition of foreign energy assets by Russian entities. Vision – Global scenarios for the oil and gas industry 5 How to read the study Few areas of the economy are as volatile – literally and figuratively – as the oil and gas sector. The multiplicity of factors that influence the directions of the petroleum production chain is huge, making the task of preparing strategies and action plans. Russia is consolidating its grip on oil and gas-the economic lifeblood of Europe. Moscow is pursuing a comprehensive strategy that could increase Europe's political and economic dependence on.
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