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Nadia has been S&P Global Platts' Moscow bureau chief since 2004 and worked previously as a producer for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation for 6 years.
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Jun 2019
  • Oil

Russian sanctions response hits energy cooperation: Fuel for Thought

Russia seems to be entering a new stage of sanctions adaptation, building on its growing technological capabilities in energy, as well as access to alternative sources of financing to become less dependent on cooperation deals with Western companies

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  • Blog
Mar 2018
  • Electric Power
  • Renewables
  • Oil

Russia plugging into electric vehicle market: Fuel for Thought

The world has seen a surge in electric vehicle use in recent years, but that plug-in push has not sparked as brightly in Russia. The general perception has been EVs would not work in a country with such a harsh climate, underdeveloped infrastructure and cheap...

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  • Blog
Mar 2017
  • Oil
  • Crude Oil

Russia's transparency hopes dashed with opaque deal: Fuel for Thought

When Russian authorities first announced they would privatize some major state-run assets several years ago, they cited improving the investment climate by increasing transparency and efficiencies among its main goals, but the deal to privatize Rosneft is...

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