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Transnational Gas Markets and Euro-Russian Energy Relations.

By: Belyi, Andrei V.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.International Political Economy Series: Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015Description: 1 online resource (230 p.).ISBN: 9781137482983.Subject(s): Energy policy -- Europe | Energy policy -- Russia (Federation) | Europe -- Foreign economic relations -- Russia (Federation) | Gas industry -- Europe | Gas industry -- Russia (Federation) | Russia (Federation) -- Foreign economic relations -- EuropeGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Transnational Gas Markets and Euro-Russian Energy RelationsDDC classification: 382/.42285094 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Contents -- List of Figures and Tables -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- List of Abbreviations -- Introduction -- Drawing attention to IPE -- The scope of the book -- Structure of analysis -- 1 Energy in International Political Economy -- Energy and the political economy of natural resources -- Energy and structural power in IPE -- The security dimension of interstate energy relations -- Energy governance, transnational norms and epistemic communities -- Concluding remarks -- 2 Towards Transnational Gas Markets -- The structural and economic specificities of natural gas
The development of an international gas market -- Gas markets in terms of policy paradigms -- Concluding remarks -- 3 The Background to Energy Interdependence in Euro-Russian Relations -- Soviet energy legacies -- Institutional dynamics in Russia's post-Soviet oil and gas sectors -- Emerging opportunities: LNG and the Arctic -- Russia and international private partnerships in energy -- EU-Russia interdependencies -- Concluding remarks -- 4 The Europeanization of Energy Policies and Its Impact on EU-Russia Relations -- The political economy of the Europeanization of energy policies
The political economy of EU-Russia gas disputes -- The internal market and security of supply to match -- Controversies surrounding the Energy Charter Treaty -- Concluding remarks -- 5 FSU Geopolitics and Weaponization of EU-Russia Energy Interdependencies -- Post-Soviet Russia, the FSU and Europe -- Gas conflicts in the FSU -- The EU's response -- Challenges related to Russia's gas export diversification -- Concluding remarks -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Index
Summary: This books analyses how transnational gas markets have evolved and impacted on EU-Russia energy relations. It examines how the political conflict surrounding Ukraine has accelerated a negative interdependence in the region, with energy interdependence increasingly used as an instrument of diplomacy.
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Cover -- Contents -- List of Figures and Tables -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- List of Abbreviations -- Introduction -- Drawing attention to IPE -- The scope of the book -- Structure of analysis -- 1 Energy in International Political Economy -- Energy and the political economy of natural resources -- Energy and structural power in IPE -- The security dimension of interstate energy relations -- Energy governance, transnational norms and epistemic communities -- Concluding remarks -- 2 Towards Transnational Gas Markets -- The structural and economic specificities of natural gas

The development of an international gas market -- Gas markets in terms of policy paradigms -- Concluding remarks -- 3 The Background to Energy Interdependence in Euro-Russian Relations -- Soviet energy legacies -- Institutional dynamics in Russia's post-Soviet oil and gas sectors -- Emerging opportunities: LNG and the Arctic -- Russia and international private partnerships in energy -- EU-Russia interdependencies -- Concluding remarks -- 4 The Europeanization of Energy Policies and Its Impact on EU-Russia Relations -- The political economy of the Europeanization of energy policies

The political economy of EU-Russia gas disputes -- The internal market and security of supply to match -- Controversies surrounding the Energy Charter Treaty -- Concluding remarks -- 5 FSU Geopolitics and Weaponization of EU-Russia Energy Interdependencies -- Post-Soviet Russia, the FSU and Europe -- Gas conflicts in the FSU -- The EU's response -- Challenges related to Russia's gas export diversification -- Concluding remarks -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Index

This books analyses how transnational gas markets have evolved and impacted on EU-Russia energy relations. It examines how the political conflict surrounding Ukraine has accelerated a negative interdependence in the region, with energy interdependence increasingly used as an instrument of diplomacy.

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<p>Andrei V. Belyi is a senior researcher at the Centre for EU Russia Studies at the University of Tartu, Estonia, and a Global Faculty member at the Centre for Energy, Petroleum, Mineral Law and Policy at the University of Dundee, United Kingdom. He regularly teaches international energy relations and has been affiliated with the Energy LLM at the University of Eastern Finland, Finland. His areas of expertise are international energy markets, EU gas policies and Russian hydrocarbons.</p>

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