Russian oil upstream economics of the 2010s
Despite an oil price fall in the second half of the decade, increased price volatility, US sanctions and growing business isolation, the Russian upstream sector has become more profitable. Maxim Nechaev, director in consulting for Russia and Caspian Gas, Power, and Energy Futures at IHS Markit addresses this topic in the video. Watch:
Maxim Nechaev is a director in consulting for Russia and Caspian Gas, Power, and Energy Futures at IHS Markit.
Posted 20 April 2020
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