Gazprom: An Energy Giant and Its Challenges in Europe
A. Vavilov, David Nicholls
Springer, Apr 30, 2016 - Business & Economics - 275 pages
This detailed case study of Gazprom explores motivation behind the company's foreign policies, it's strategies and tactics. It examines the challenges Gazprom faces in the European market and emphasizes the role of politics in Russsia's gas trade.
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1 Overview of the Russian Natural Gas Industry
Gazprom from the Corporate Governance and Finance Perspective
The Failure of Gazproms Downstream Integration
Gazproms Attempts at Strategic Expansion in the Near Abroad
Competitive Pressure GasMarket Liberalization and the Crisis of LongTerm Contracting
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