Dublin, March 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Gazprom: Life after Major Construction Projects" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Gazprom is close to completing the main gas pipeline construction projects of the previous decade.
Power of Siberia and TurkStream have been launched. More than 90% of Nord Stream 2 is finished and the project is to be completed in the next few months, after all. Resources on Yamal and in Eastern Siberia are being gradually developed.
At the same time, the situation in gas markets - because of a second warm winter in Europe in a row, concerns about transit crisis in Ukraine, the COVID-19 pandemic, and an inflow of LNG - has gone out of control and reached depths unseen in the last 20 years.
The company has had to adapt as a matter of urgency: balance the European gas market and simultaneously optimise its investment portfolio and increase borrowings.
Priorities have changed sharply on the domestic market too.
There is a lull in the camp of competitors and regulators: ideas of radical transformation of the rules of the game or abolishment of the single export channel have gone to the background. Instead, the Russian leadership has set the ambitious task of completing the development of nationwide gas supply penetration in two stages within the next 10 years. The search for the instruments and resources therefore has recently become the basis for the operation of the government agencies responsible for the development of the industry.
In spite of a hard time on the market, the long-term development priorities such as diversification of markets and expansion of the product range remain unchanged and will require new mobilisation of financial, managerial, and technological resources.
From the new report you will learn in detail:
Whether nationwide gas supply penetration is possible and how much Gazprom will have to pay for it
Whether the plans to restructure the monopoly are still afoot
What the "perfect storm" in foreign gas markets will result in and whether Gazprom will be able to regain its position in Europe and Turkey
What the current financial position of the corporation is in a year of a pandemic and whether Gazprom will be able to stand
What priorities Gazprom has in terms of high value added products
How Gazprom's radically restructured management team has performed
Key Topics Covered:
CHAPTER 1. INTERNAL GAS MARKET. NATIONWIDE GAS SUPPLY PENETRATION
1.1 Trends in Gas Production and Supply by Key Russian Players
1.2 Domestic Gas Market Developments in 2020
1.3 Prospects for Total Gas Supply Penetration Project
CHAPTER 2. GAZPROM IN FOREIGN MARKETS. PERFECT STORM
2.1 Situation in Europe: Gas Manoeuvring
2.2 Turkish Collapse: Bargaining Matters
2.3 Competition between LNG and Russian Pipeline Gas in Europe and Turkey
2.4 Battle over Strategy on LNG
2.5 Gazprom in the Former Soviet Union
CHAPTER 3. GAZPROM'S FINANCIAL POSITION: STAND FIRM
3.1 Extreme Fall in Revenue on All Front
3.2 Gazprom Group Capital Investment and Investment Programme from Transport to Processing
3.3 Debt Load and New Dividend Policy of Gazprom
CHAPTER 4. GAZPROM AND CHINESE MARKET. SLOW START, MAJOR OPPORTUNITIES
4.1 Chinese Market. Growth in spite of Pandemic?
4.2 Supply by Power of Siberia
4.3 Chinese Market Development Prospects and New Gas Pipelines from Russia
CHAPTER 5. FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS
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