Join us for an enlightening conversation with Dr. Tatiana Mitrova, a renowned expert in Russian energy policies and economics. In this comprehensive discussion, we delve into the intricacies of Russian nuclear energy, Rosatom’s global ambitions, the dynamics of the Russian oil market, and the future prospects of renewable energy in Russia. From understanding the state of nuclear energy before and after 2022 to examining the realistic price of Russian oil and Gazprom’s relationship with Novatek, this episode offers a multifaceted analysis of Russia’s energy landscape. Whether you’re interested in energy security or global energy politics, Dr. Mitrova’s insights provide a deep understanding of these complex issues.
- The State of Russian Nuclear Energy Prior to 2022
- Rosatom’s International Ambitions Before 2022
- Transition in Russian Nuclear Energy Post-2022
- Assessing Russian Nuclear Energy Security in 2023
- Delving into Concerns Regarding Russian Nuclear Energy Security
- A Comprehensive Look at Rosneft Oil Company’s Magnitude
- Envisioning the Global Landscape Without Russian Oil
- Tracing the Origin of Russian Oil: Is It Possible?
- Overseeing the Global Oil Market: Who Holds the Reins?
- Evaluating the Realistic Price of Russian Oil and Price Caps
- Exploring Russia’s Options for Natural Gas Export Pipelines After Losing Europe
- Analysing the Domestic Requirement of Natural Gas in Russia
- The Feasibility of Converting Russian Natural Gas Pipelines for Hydrogen Use
- Novatek’s Strategic Options if the EU Ceases to Buy Russian LNG
- Gazprom vs. Novatek: Understanding the Independence of Novatek
- Current Landscape of Renewable Energy in Russia
- Insights into Russian Domestic Energy Security
Dr. Tatiana Mitrova is a Research Fellow at the Center on Global Energy Policy, School of Public and International Affairs, Columbia. She has twenty-five years of experience in dealing with Russian and global energy markets.
From February 2017 to December 2020, she was the Executive Director of the Energy Centre of the Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO, a graduate business-school. From 2006-2011 she has also been the Head of Research in the Oil and Gas Department in the Energy Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
She has more than 200 publications in scientific and business journals and eight books.