Oxford Energy Podcast – Russia’s gas supply surplus

In this latest Oxford Energy podcast James Henderson and Vitaly Yermakov discuss Vitaly’s forthcoming paper on Russia’s gas supply surplus. It has been widely documented that Gazprom has had 100bcm or more spare gas for potential export to Europe, but recent increases in production have reduced this figure. In addition, Vitaly outlines his concern that, although the surplus is available on an annual basis, Gazprom may have much less room for manoeuvre on a seasonal basis, especially on very cold days in winter.

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