As a country holds the largest natural gas reserves in the world, Russia has an ambitious plan to boost its gas and LNG development and exports.
Russian gas export to its traditional European market is still anticipated to be on the rise under the uncertain political and economic environment. The construction of more gas pipelines, especially the Nord Stream 2 and TurStream pipelines will strengthen Russia’s direct supply to its European customers.
Given its tremendous growth potentials, Asia (especially China) will be the most important region for Russia’s gas exports. The Power of Siberia pipeline is expected to be completed at the end of 2019, and the project will mark a significant upturn in the gas sector relationship between Russia and China.
Russia will play a very important role in global LNG market. Besides the 2 operational LNG Sakhalin II and Yamal LNG projects, Russia also has several other planned or proposed LNG projects both in large scale, and small- and mid-scale. And the following are among the most important LNG projects to watch in 2019: Yamal LNG, Sakhalin II Expansion, Arctic LNG-2, Baltic LNG, and Far East LNG.
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