Analysis of Changes in Regulation of the Fuel & Energy Sector in Russia and in the World

9 november 2015

Evolution of fiscal concepts amid falling commodity prices, use of peat in energy, long-term electricity rates in isolated power systems, implementation of the Russian-Chinese agreement on gas supplies - the 'Power of Siberia', and other relevant topics in the next issue of the review on regulating fuel and energy sector in Russia and the world, prepared by experts of the Analytical Center following the results of the III quarter of 2015.

Measures to improve the legal regulation of the connection of new consumers to the network of gas distribution, the construction of infrastructure for the supply of gas to China, and gasification of Eastern Siberia and the Far East, changes in the acts of the Government of the Russian Federation in connection with the beginning of supply of electric energy into the Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol, and some other issues are among innovations that drew attention of the Russian experts.

Concerning the global market attention was drawn to the development of clean energy (Clean Power Plan) in the United States, France's energy strategy, new rules of tariffication in the electricity market in Turkey, the reform of the oil and gas industry of Tanzania and others. A special section was devoted to the process of implementation of the world's sanctions against the Russian energy sector.

Details – in the Review 'Changes and Trends in Regulation of Fuel & Energy Sector in Russia and in the World: 3d Quarter of 2015 in Focus.'

The Moscow Oil and Gas Center EY traditionally participates in the preparation of the Publication.

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