The Ex-Soviet States and Asia-Pacific: Energy Outlook to 2010

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  • Eugene M. Khartukov

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15173/esr.v6i2.331

Abstract

The former Soviet republics - which are referred to in this paper as the newly independent states (NIS) and which taken together remain among the world's largest energy producers, consumers and exporters - will certainly play an important role in shaping the future global energy balance, and particularly that of the Asia-Pacific region. However, due to present economic and political uncertainties, potential energy flows between the NlS and the rest of the world are difficult to predict. Thus assumptions about these flows play a key role in global and regional projections.

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1994-11-10

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