This paper focuses on natural gas demand in Central and Eastern Europe, and in particular uses three countries, Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, as case studies. The uniqueness of the region’s economies is in its dependency on industry which makes industry the most important natural gas consumer. Central European industry has been enjoying robust […]
The dispute between Russia and Ukraine is causing substantial suffering in central and east European countries which have few, if any, other sources of gas, and very limited opportunity to switch to other fuels. Jonathan Stern proposes the resumption of Russian gas deliveries to central and east European countries on humanitarian grounds.
OIES is pleased to announce that Tatiana Mitrova has joined its team working on the energy transition and Russia energy scene.
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