This is the fourth-part of a GIS series about the strategic implications of the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline’s selection for the final route of the European Union’s Southern Gas Corridor project and Europe’s gas supply security. It analyses the rapidly changing European gas market by focussing on the recent decreasing European gas demand which is forecast to stagnate until 2020.

<i>Russia’s traditional business strategies and price model have been undermined by decreasing European gas demand since 2008, the impact of the American shale gas revolution and global gas glut, and a decline in Russia’s oil-indexed long-term contracts and controversial ‘take-or-pay’-clauses. While Russia’...

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Dr. Frank Umbach
Gazprom is not only threatening its own future market share and benefits in the European gas market, but it is also jeopardising the future of the entire commercial viability of gas-fired power generation in Europe
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