Alexander Medvedev

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We should not forget that the United States are still a net importer of oil and gas. To change this situation quickly will not be possible in view of the increase of local consumption.
Jan 25 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Alexander Medvedev is associated, including Gazprom, Europe, and gas. Most recently, Alexander Medvedev has been quoted saying: β€œIn order to cater for the growth (in Europe's gas demand) tomorrow, large-scale investment decisions are required already today. This is a stimulus for us to invest in new fields and gas pipelines. According to a consensus forecast of the world's leading energy agencies, thanks to new spheres of growth, Europe will need some additional 90 bcm of gas by 2025 from the current level of supply and more than 120 bcm by 2035. Gazprom is ready to create a powerful infrastructure for gas supplies, which will cost European taxpayers not a single euro cent.” in the article Russia's Gazprom calls for urgent gas investment decisions in Europe.
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Gazprom did everything possible to avoid gas shortages in Europe. Our options are not in any way unlimited.

Ukraine not only signed, but ratified the Energy Charter, and this charter specifies in black and white what obligations the transit country must observe.

That would absolutely contravene all international practice. All the gas our European customers, including Lithuania, Latvia, Germany and Poland, have contracted for, we will deliver to Belarus' transit system.

More gas stays in Ukraine than the agreement stipulates. You can call that lost gas, or stolen gas, you can call that what you like.

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