Jonathan Stern1
  • 1 The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, 57, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6FA, United Kingdom

Natural Gas Pricing: Past, Present and Future

2013. Vol. 17. No. 3. P. 459–486 [issue contents]
This article is covering a wide range of the principles and problems of formation natural gas prices. The author explores correlation between important factors: contracts, investment, pe­ culiarities of public information. It dwells on the pricing of gas in the different regions' domes ticmarket as well as at the world market. Pricing in the North American gas market and in the European continent are in the focus as an example of various nature pricing. At the end of the article the role of globalization is shown – how it plays in pricing and also the interaction of oil exporters and importers, as well as the future pricing operation arrangements.
Citation: (2013) Ustanovlenie tsen na prirodnyy gaz: proshloe, nastoYashchee i budushchee [Natural Gas Pricing: Past, Present and Future]. HSE Economic Journal, 3, pp. 459-486 (in Russian)
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