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ECIPE Lunch Seminar: Gazprom Crisis and What it Means for Europe

June 18 2013
Venue: ECIPE, Rue Belliard 4-6, 1040 Bussels
Speakers: Anders Åslund
Time: 12:45

Few companies have been able to exercise such an influence in foreign countries like Gazprom’s, Russia’s state-owned energy firm. But Gazprom’s standing in the European energy market is about to change profoundly. It can no longer control prices as it did in the past. The shale gas revolution and antitrust cases against Gazprom will force it to not only to reduce its prices but also change its coveted structure of long-term contracts. Gazprom has recently abandoned some its larger projects and new energy market competition will continue to erode its revenues.

You are cordially invited to a lunch seminar about Gazprom’s crisis and its effect on Europe with Anders Åslund, Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute in Washington DC and a world-leading expert on Russia.

 

A sandwich lunch will be served during the seminar


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