Прогноз развития энергетики мира и России до 2035 года
The energy sector of Russia is one of the most potent in the world - it is the second in extraction of oil and gas, the third for total output of fuel and energy resources. While exporting nearly 45% of its total production of energy resources, Russia produces more energy per capita than most other countries - 5 times higher the global average and 3 times higher than the average level for OECD countries. The energy sector of Siberia represents the crucial part of the country's energy sector. Over decades, the energy resources of the region massively contributed to the Russian federal budget and brought in a major part of hard currency from export trade. In the current conditions of existing geopolitical challenges and expected global demand for energy resources, it is much more of a priority for Russia not to raise the output of fuel and energy resources but to improve the overall quality and reliability of the whole energy supply system, increase the depth of mineral fuel, including solid fuel and waste recycling.
The second book from The Russia Balance Sheet Project, a collaboration of two of the world's preeminent research institutions--the Peterson Institute for International Economics and the Center for Strategic and International Studies--examines Russia after the financial crisis of 2007-2009. In the aftermath of the crisis, what is Russia's current economic status and role in the world order? How has the crisis changed a push for an innovation-driven economy fueled by advanced technology growth? Furthermore, how have recent allegations of political corruption affected domestic politics as well as the world's perception of Russia? To answer these questions, the book assesses Russia's international policy challenges and also provides an all-encompassing review of domestic issues. The authors consider foreign policy, Russia and it neighbors, climate change, Russia's role in the world, domestic politics, and corruption. As Russia grapples with the realities of the post-crisis world, this lucid volume offers the keen insights of today's foremost experts on Russia.
National energy strategies in the context of globalization. Energy as a platform for innovative development / Ed. S.V. Zukov. – Moscow, IMEMO RAN, 2014. – 100 p. The collection of articles combines the extended versions of reports presented at the conference of young researches, organized by Center of Energy Studies, IMEMO RAN and Faculty of International Energy Business, Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. The analysis focuses on national oil and gas strategies and innovative role of energy sector, including: problems of scenario modelling of tight oil production in the USA; combination of state regulation and market principles in American energy system; modeling of intensity of energy consumption in Russia; corporate and regional aspects of innovative development of oil and gas companies.