EU-Russia gas relation scenarios up to 2035

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Abstract

Based on the objectives of The Geopolitics of Gas and the Future of Euro-Russian Relations - Geo4Ger project (FCT - PTDC/IVC-CPO/1295/2014), this article presents and analyses the results obtained from two prospective methods-that have been articulated - a DELPHI exercise and the buildup of Scenarios - for the relationship of the Euro-Russian energy relations within the 2035 horizon. Of the eight future scenarios drawn for this Euro-Russian energy relation we have developed four: two extreme scenarios (Scenario 1 and 8) and two intermediate ones (Scenarios 4 and 5), that we think can cover a useful variety of plausible evolutions.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Future of Energy
Subtitle of host publicationProspective Scenarios on EU-Russia Relations
EditorsCarla Fernandes, Teresa Rodrigues
PublisherNova Science Publishers, Inc.
Chapter10
Pages259-294
Number of pages35
ISBN (Print)978-1-53615-608-9
Publication statusPublished - 2019

Publication series

NameEnergy Policies, Politics and Prices

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    Ribeiro, J. M. F., Fernandes, C., Campos, A., Momotova, A., & Tomassoni, F. (2019). EU-Russia gas relation scenarios up to 2035. In C. Fernandes, & T. Rodrigues (Eds.), The Future of Energy: Prospective Scenarios on EU-Russia Relations (pp. 259-294). [10] (Energy Policies, Politics and Prices). Nova Science Publishers, Inc..