Russia for the Russians

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09 August 2013

Russia for the Russians

Report summary

Russia's oil and gas industry is dominated by state-owned companies. A series of major acquisitions and joint ventures in 2013 have increased the government's control of the sector, and around two-thirds (US$460 billion) of the future value in Russia's upstream industry is attributable to the two largest state-controlled companies – Gazprom and Rosneft. Their dominant positions and the valuable portfolios held by other Russian companies have ensured that international companies remain on the...

Table of contents

  • Executive summary
    • State giants dominate
    • Russian independents exploit their niche
    • Foreign companies barely register
  • Giant reserves, on a global scale
  • Capital investment
  • A little more variety in the exploration sector
  • Russia for the Russians

Tables and charts

This report includes 5 images and tables including:

  • Value of upstream portfolios in Russia
  • Remaining commercial and technical reserves at 1 January 2013
  • Forecast upstream capital expenditure in 2013, by company
  • Net acreage 2013, by company
  • Remaining net present value* of Russian upstream portfolios

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