Energy policy of Russia
The Energy policy of Russia is contained in an Energy Strategy document, which sets out policy for the period up to 2020. In 2000 the Russian government approved the main provisions of the Russian ene...
Oil industry of Russia
The petroleum industry in Russia is one of the largest in the world. Russia has the largest reserves, and is the largest exporter, of natural gas. It has the second largest coal reserves, the eighth l...
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Coal power in Russia
Coal power in Russia is one of the largest sources of energy in Russia, accounting for 14.4% of the country's energy consumption. The prominence of coal power in Russia has been declining since 1990, ...
Electricity sector in Russia
The electricity sector in Russia describes electricity in Russia. In the year 2008 electricity as gross production was produced with gas 48%, coal and peat 19%, hydro electricity 16% and nuclear powe...
Nuclear power in Russia
In 2012 total electricity generated in nuclear power plants in Russia was 177.3 TWh, 17.78% of all power generation. The installed gross capacity of Russian nuclear reactors stood at 25,242 MW.The Rus...
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Renewable energy in Russia
Renewable energy in Russia mainly consists of hydroelectric energy. The country is the fifth largest producer of renewable energy in the world, although it is 56th when hydroelectric energy is not tak...
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Geothermal power in Russia
Russia demonstrated the first single-flash binary cycle power plant at Pauzhetka in 1967 (now it's 15 MW (60 GWh\y)). Two new geothermal plants (one 12 MWe (53 GWh\y) and another 50 MWe (360...
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Russia in the European energy sector
The Russian Federation supplies a significant volume of fossil fuels and is the largest exporter of oil and natural gas to the European Union. In 2007, the European Union imported from Russia 185...
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Georgian-Russian relations
The relations between Georgia and Russia date back hundreds of years and remain complicated despite certain religious and historical ties that exist between the two countries and their people. The fir...
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Russia-Ukraine gas disputes
The Russia–Ukraine gas disputes refer to a number of disputes between Ukrainian oil and gas company Naftohaz Ukrayiny and Russian gas supplier Gazprom over natural gas supplies, prices, and debts. The...
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Energy Charter Treaty
The Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) is an international agreement which establishes a multilateral framework for cross-border co-operations in the energy industry. The treaty covers all aspects of commerc...
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Oil-for-Food Programme
The Oil-for-Food Programme (OIP), established by the United Nations in 1995 (under UN Security Council Resolution 986) was established to allow Iraq to sell oil on the world market in exchange for foo...
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Transneft
Joint Stock Company Transneft (Russian: Транснефть; traded as: MCX: TRNFP) is a Russian state-owned transport monopoly, the largest oil pipeline company in the world.JSC “Transneft” is operat...
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2009 Russia-Ukraine gas dispute
The 2009 Russia–Ukraine gas dispute was a pricing dispute between Russia and Ukraine that occurred when Russian natural gas company Gazprom refused to conclude a supply contract for 2009 unless Ukrain...
2009 Russia-Ukraine gas dispute - Wikipedia
AWB Oil-for-Wheat Scandal
The AWB oil-for-wheat scandal (also known just as the AWB scandal) refers to the payment of kickbacks to the regime of Saddam Hussein in contravention of the United Nations Oil-for-Food Humanitarian P...
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2007 Georgia missile incident
The 2007 Georgia missile incident refers to the landing of a missile in the Georgian village of Tsitelubani in the Gori district near the Georgian-Ossetian conflict zone, some 65 km (40 mi) ...
2008 South Ossetia war
The Russo-Georgian War was an armed conflict between Georgia, the Russian Federation, and the Russian-backed self-proclaimed breakaway republics of South Ossetia and Abkhazia. The war took place in Au...
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Rose Revolution
The Revolution of Roses (often translated into English as the Rose Revolution) (Georgian: ვარდების რევოლუცია vardebis revolutsia) was a change of power in Georgia in November 2003, which took pla...
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2006 Georgian-Russian espionage controversy
The 2006 Georgian–Russian espionage controversy began when the Government of Georgia arrested four Russian officers on charges of espionage, on September 27, 2006. The Western and Georgian media sou...
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2007 Georgia helicopter incident
The 2007 Georgia helicopter incident refers to the accusation by Georgia that three Russian helicopters fired on March 11, 2007 on the Kodori Gorge in Abkhazia, a break-away autonomous republic in nor...
Gazprom
37°33′23″E / 55.65861°N 37.55639°E / 55.65861; 37.55639Open Joint Stock Company Gazprom (Russian: Открытое Акционерное Общество «Газпром», abbreviated OAO Gazprom, Russian...
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Russia-Ukraine gas dispute of 2005-2006
The 2005–06 Russia–Ukraine gas dispute was between Ukrainian state-controlled oil and gas company Naftogaz Ukrainy and Russian national gas supplier Gazprom. The disagreements concerned natural gas su...
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2007 Georgian demonstrations
In 2007, a series of anti-government protests took place across Georgia. The demonstrations peaked on 2 November 2007, when 50,000–100,000 rallied in downtown Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia. People p...
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2007 Russia-Belarus energy dispute
The Russia–Belarus energy dispute began when Russian state-owned gas supplier Gazprom demanded an increase in gas prices paid by Belarus, a country which has been closely allied with Moscow and forms ...
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Energy in Russia
Energy in Russia describes energy and electricity production, consumption and export from Russia. Energy policy of Russia describes the energy policy in the politics of Russia more in detail. Electri...
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List of power stations in Russia
The following page lists the power stations in Russia.
Three larger wind power stations (25, 19, 15 GWt) became abailable to Russia at the disputed territory of Crimea peninsular in May, 2014. Bui...
List of power stations in Russia - Wikipedia
Georgia and NATO
Georgia and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) relations officially began in 1994 when Georgia joined the NATO-run Partnership for Peace. Georgia has moved quickly following the Rose Revolution...
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2006 Russian ban of Moldovan and Georgian wines
The 2006 Russian import ban of Moldovan and Georgian wines began in late March 2006 and created a diplomatic conflict between the Republic of Moldova and Georgia on the one hand and Russia on the othe...
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2008 Georgia-Russia crisis
An international diplomatic crisis between Georgia and Russia began in 2008, when Russia announced that it would no longer participate in the Commonwealth of Independent States economic sanctions impo...
2007 Georgia plane downing incident
The 2007 Georgia plane downing incident refers to the possible downing, by Georgia's anti-aircraft system, of a military plane that violated Georgia's air space on August 21, 2007. While it is still n...
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2006 deportation of Georgians from Russia
2006 deportation of Georgians from Russia refers to a controversial displacement of several hundreds of citizens of Georgia by the government of Russia during the 2006 Georgia-Russia crisis.The charge...
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