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Die Liberalisierung des russischen Gassektors: 3 Szenarios?
[The liberalisation of the Russian gas sector: 3 scenarios?]

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    Ziel des Projekts ist die Untersuchung verschiedener, realisierbarer (Re)organisationsformen des russischen Gassektors und insbesondere des (a) ungehinderten Zugangs Dritter zum Pipelinenetzwerk im Exportbereich (b) sowie des ungehinderten Zugangs Dritter im innerrussischen Pipelinenetzwerk (c) der vertikalen Separation This paper will examine viable reforms in the Russian gas industry. Strategies include vertical separation and third party access in the context of the liberalization of the Russian economy

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    Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 44623.

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    Keywords: vertical integration; vertical separation; Gazprom; third party access; vertical restructuring; liberalization vertikale Integration; vertikale Separation; Gazprom; ungehinderter Zugang Dritter; vertikale Restrukturierung; Liberalisierung;

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