March 2015, Vol. 242, No. 3

Features

Russias Pipeline Dreams Under Threat

Russia is the second-largest producer of dry natural gas and the third-largest liquid fuels producer in the world, and these products are inextricably intertwined with its government. State-controlled company Rosneft dominates oil production while Transneft owns and operates Russia’s oil pipelines. Gazprom is the country’s dominant gas producer and pipeline operator, and the Ministry of Finance admitted in February that oil and gas royalties, taxes and dividends account for at least 50% of the Russian government’s revenue. Russia’s oil and gas pipeline network is the world’s most extensive at 222,000 kilometers, and there are plans to construct an addition

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