Oxford Energy Podcast – Implications of the DG COMP investigation into Gazprom

The DG COMP investigation into Gazprom’s activities in Central and Eastern Europe has been running since 2011 but has recently come to a conclusion. In this Oxford Energy podcast Jonathan Stern and Katja Yafimava discuss the outcome and the implications both for Gazprom’s business in Europe and for the European gas market as a whole. In particular they assess the pricing methodology that Gazprom has now agreed to adopt, as well as other concessions which the company has made that should help to improve the free flow of gas in Europe but may also improve the competitive position of Russian gas on the continent.

By: OIES

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