Provision of Energy Security at the National Level in the Context of the Global Gas Transportation Industry Development

Authors

  • Mihail Nikolaevich Dudin
  • Nikolaj Vasilevich Lyasnikov
  • Vladimir Dmitriyevich Sekerin
  • Anna Evgenevna Gorohova
  • Vyacheslav Viktorovich Burlakov

Abstract

The laws of development of the gas transportation industry and the global gas industry are summarized and systematized in this article. Also this article describes the key points that determine the direction and the specifics of the formation of gas transportation systems for the nearest future, taking into account the risks and the most likely priorities of the global gas transportation sector, which plays a leading role in ensuring an adequate level of energy security and the needs of the economy and society in energy resources. The scientific novelty of this study involves the development of a model of the global gas transportation sector taking into account the priorities of the energy security maintenance at the national level and the existing threats. The model of the global gas transportation industry can be adapted to form solutions for the optimization and upgrading the national gas transportation systems. The model's main attention is paid to the growth of technological gas production, which will reduce the environmental and other inter-related risks, and will help to maintain the stability of the global gas transportation industry to possible external and internal shocks.

Keywords: gas transportation industry, gas industry, gas transportation, energy resources, energy security.

JEL Classifications: R410, Q470, Q380

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Published

2016-04-17

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Dudin, M. N., Lyasnikov, N. V., Sekerin, V. D., Gorohova, A. E., & Burlakov, V. V. (2016). Provision of Energy Security at the National Level in the Context of the Global Gas Transportation Industry Development. International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 6(2), 234–242. Retrieved from https://econjournals.com/index.php/ijeep/article/view/1966

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