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20 december 2016 Rossiyskaya Gazeta
Daniil Nametkin

Daniil Nametkin Department for Expert Analytics

The Shift of Real Interest Rates in Economy to Be Ambiguous
In the first quarter the Bank of Russia will assess the impact of the first steps of the new Trump administration on the FOREX market and the ability of the signatories to the agreement to limit oil production to perform their obligations. After that, the Bank of Russia is likely to reduce the key interest rate three times in a row (in Q2, Q3 and Q4) each time by 0.5%, so that by the end of the year it reaches 8.5% while the rate of inflation is expected to be 4% per year by then. In these conditions the shift of real interest rates in the economy is going to be ambiguous. In interview with a “Rossiyskaya Gazeta” correspondent, Analytical Center expert Daniil Nametkin commented on the statements recently made by Bank of Russia chair Elvira Nabiullina regarding the key interest rate.
14 december 2016 FederalPress
Evgeny Gasho

Evgeny Gasho Department for Expert Analytics

Russia Gets Heat Supply Strategy
“I am optimistic about the future because we have now got a heat supply strategy to complement the government’s actions. The new strategy has a lot of the points we discussed 5-6 years ago,’ said the Analytical Center expert Evgeny Gasho, commenting on the situation in this sector of the economy for an IA Federal Press agency correspondent.
14 december 2016 RT
Denis Yershov

Denis Yershov Department for International Cooperation

The purchase of Rosneft shares strengthened the intention of foreign investors to invest in the Russian economy
Stock and currency exchange players are holding their breath for the night from 14th to 15th December: that is when the US Federal Reserve will announce its final decision regarding the benchmark interest rate. The rising prices for energy resources and the willingness of the state to facilitate an influx of investments are also playing a significant role in the investors’ decision making process, experts believe.
13 december 2016 INA Rossiya Segodnya
Leonid Grigoriev

Leonid Grigoriev Chief Adviser to Head of the Analytical Center

Russia Is for the First Time Ready to Participate in Stabilizing the Global Oil Market
10th December saw the end of a meeting in Vienna of OPEC ministers with oil exporters that are not part of the cartel. As a result, an agreement was concluded to reduce oil production, with 11 countries, including Russia, signing it. Now Russia has to cut down its oil production by 300,000 barrels of oil per day. Is this going to help maintain balance in the global oil production and how is it going to affect the Russian economy? The chief advisor to the Head of the Analytical Center Leonid Grigoiev commented on the OPEC’s role in setting the global oil prices at a round table titled “Oil: Oil Price Projections and Prospects of the Oil and Natural Gas Market.”
13 december 2016 Rossiyskaya Gazeta
Alexander Kurdin

Alexander Kurdin Department for Strategic Studies in Energy

Oil Production Cuts to Be Barely Perceptible for Russian Companies
Russian oil companies are planning to increase oil production by 300,000 bpd, the target being slightly less than 11 million barrels by May 2017. This is what an agreement between 11 countries that are not OPEC member states provides for. Said agreement was reached at the ministers’ meeting in Vienna following many months of under-the-carpet dealing and many hours of finalizing negotiations.
9 december 2016 TASS
Alexander Kurdin

Alexander Kurdin Department for Strategic Studies in Energy

Serious Restructuring is Needed before Oil Production Cutdown
Russian oil companies need to reduce oil production by 300,000 barrels a day. The reduction in output will be distributed evenly, the Russian Ministry of Energy says. How ready are Russia’s oil companies to reduce output next year? That was one of the topics that the Analytical Center expert Alexander Kurdin talked about live on RBC-TV.
6 december 2016 ComNews
Daria Nester

Daria Nester Department for Fuel and Energy Sector

Fuel and Energy Companies Need More State Support
In July, 2016 the Analytical Center conducted a large survey of representatives of industrial companies to find out what problems were being faced by fuel and energy companies and by related business in the area of import substitution. The survey’s participants included employees of 38 fuel and energy companies with production facilities in 42 regions of the country. "The survey found that fuel and energy companies were actively implementing import substitution programs and that by and large they were in agreement with the state’s priorities with regards to the development of domestic industry. At the same time, the survey also identified several groups of problems holding back effective implementation of import substitution plans in the fuel and energy sector," Analytical Center Expert Daria Nester told a Standard Magazine correspondent, talking about the findings of the survey.
30 november 2016 IA REGNUM
Aleksander Martynyuk

Aleksander Martynyuk Department for Strategic Studies in Energy

No Guarantees That the Oil Output Freeze Deal Will Help Stabilize the Market
“Even if today, November 30, OPEC’s decision is to freeze oil output, this can by no means be deemed as a guarantee of subsequent market stabilization. The question is: will all parties be able to honor their commitments,” Alexander Martynyuk, expert with the Analytical Center, said in his interview to the REGNUM news agency.
23 november 2016 Rossiyskaya Gazeta
Evgeny Gasho

Evgeny Gasho Department for Expert Analytics

Up to 30-40% of Power Saved or Over-Consumed Does Not Depend on Light Sources
What are the accompanying conditions that affect the lighting inside buildings and how can apartment owners save on light? Those are the questions that the Analytical Center expert Evgeni Gasho talked about with a Rossiyskaya Gazeta correspondent.
23 november 2016 Upravleniye Proyektami
Iliya Vinokurov

Iliya Vinokurov Department for Project Management in the Public Sector

Growing Demand for National System of Project Management Specialists Certification
Head of the Department for Project Management in the Public Sector of the Analytical Center Iliya Vinokurov wrote an editorial for the Project Management magazine in which he talks about the popularity of project management in the public sector, support from the country’s top leadership, interest in project management in the regions and, most importantly, about what is being done to train personnel in this relatively new sphere of the public sector.