Russian gas supply to 2030 - how will it perform?

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In this insight we assess whether Russia is developing supply at a suitable pace to fulfil future domestic and export demand. We provide a focus on the period through to 2025, where we anticipate up to 100 bcm of additional supply developments would be required. As well as a focus on the 2025-30 period, where overall demand is expected to grow at a slower pace. Russia has been gradually increasing gas supply: from 584 bcm in 2000, to 651 bcm in 2010, to around 762 bcm in 2021, an all-time record. We believe that this decade will be no exception to this upward trend.

Table of contents

    • Introduction
    • Gas supply to 2030
    • Domestic and export requirements
    • Implications for the Russian supply-demand balance
    • Appendix - key growth projects of the decade

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This report includes 5 images and tables including:

  • Russian sales gas full potential to 2030
  • Russian domestic consumption to 2030
  • Russian gas exports to 2030
  • Russian gas balance to 2030
  • Key Russian gas projects until 2030

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