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Russian gas exports: the past, the present and the future

Gazprom, which has drastically reduced gas flow via Nord Stream 1, is seeking EU guarantees that the latter won’t impose sanctions. Such promises may not be forthcoming, however, so Gazprom could stop exporting gas via Nord Stream 1 to Europe in the coming weeks. But Russia is stuck with a pipeline system built to supply Europe. Notwithstanding the present gas war, it’s in Russia’s interest to continue providing Europe with gas while it builds new pipelines to Asia. Therefore, we see the scope of an easing of the gas crisis in the coming months.

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Tatiana Orlova
Tatiana Orlova

Lead Economist, Emerging Markets

+44 (0)20 3910 8048

Tatiana Orlova

Tatiana Orlova

Lead Economist, Emerging Markets

London, United Kingdom

Tatiana joined OE in May 2021. From 2017 to 2021, she ran her own macroeconomic research boutique, Emerginomics, as the Founder and Chief Economist, specializing in coverage of selected ex-USSR economies.

From 2012 to 2016, she worked as Director in CEEMEA Research at the Royal Bank of Scotland. Previously, she was employed as an emerging market economist in three other major investment banks (Credit Suisse, ING, and Nomura).

Tatiana holds an MSc in Economics from the LSE (2001) and Diploma in Economics with Distinction from the LSE (2000). From 1988 to 1994, she studied Applied Mathematics at the Moscow University of Electronics and Mathematics.

Evghenia Sleptsova

Senior EM Economist

+44 (0) 203 910 8022

Evghenia Sleptsova

Senior EM Economist

London

Evghenia is part of the Global Emerging Markets Research team, where she manages the workflow on our global risk frameworks – Sovereign, currency and banking sector risk tools, and covers Ukraine as a macroeconomist. Evghenia has over 15 years of research and consulting experience in macroeconomics, country and sovereign risk analysis and international trade. In her earlier career, she covered Russia, CIS and CEE, as well as global risk products. Evghenia worked at Roubini Global Economics, London, at KPMG and European Commission Delegation (Moldova), and Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting (Ukraine).

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