Growing supplies of liquefied natural gas from the United States and other countries has dramatic implications for global gas markets, especially around pricing and flexibility of delivery. The changes underway will have important implications for traditional dominant players such as Russia, one of the top suppliers of gas to Europe.

The Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a public event with Dr. Tatiana Mitrova, Director of the SKOLKOVO Energy Centre in Moscow and CGEP Fellow, for a presentation on her upcoming study which examines how Russia’s Gazprom will respond to rising competition from new LNG producers. After a brief presentation we moved to a discussion moderated by Amy Jaffe, David M. Rubenstein senior fellow for energy and the environment and director of the Energy Security and Climate Change program at the Council on Foreign Relations. Ira Joseph, CGEP Fellow & Global Head, Gas & Power Analytics, S&P Global Platts and Dr. Timothy Frye, Chair of the Department of Political Science and Marshall Shulman Professor of Post-Soviet Politics at Columbia University, also joined the panel discussion.

Download Tatiana Mitrova's slides here.