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Industrija
2012, vol. 40, br. 1, str. 61-81
jezik rada: engleski
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Regional energy projects in the Eurasian area
(naslov ne postoji na srpskom)
Institut za međunarodnu politiku i privredu, Beograd

e-adresa: miroslav@diplomacy.bg.ac.rs

Projekat

Srbija u savremenim međunarodnim odnosima: Strateški pravci razvoja i učvršćivanja položaja Srbije u međunarodnim integrativnim procesima – spoljnopolitički, međunarodni ekonomski, pravni i bezbednosni aspekti (MPNTR - 179029)

Sažetak

Prostor Evroazije poseduje izuzetno bogate rezerve energenata, i karakteriše ga složena mreža odnosa između glavnih snabdevača i potrošača. Centralno mesto na ovom prostoru ima Rusija, kao zemlja najbogatija energentima u Evroaziji. Pored nje, Evropska unija je najveća ekonomska i politička grupacija na svetu, i veliki potrošač energije. Dinamičan razvoj kineske privrede zahteva sve više energenata koje Kina uvozi. Uvozna zavisnost Evropske unije i Kine za energentima je visoka i rašće u budućnosti. Rusija je dominantan svetski proizvođač prirodnog gasa i jedan od dva najveća proizvođača nafte u svetu. Rusija je najveći snabdevač Evropske unije prirodnim gasom i značajan snabdevač Kine naftom i prirodnim gasom. Energetski projekti u Evroaziji su rezultat potrebe za jačanjem stabilnosti u snabdevanju energentima, nastojanja za diversifikacijom izvora snabdevanja, i geografske redistribucije ruskog izvoza nafte i gasa. Iako često interesi glavnih aktera nisu saglasni, razlozi energetske bezbednosti utiču na razvoj zajedničkih energetskih projekata.

Ključne reči

energija; nafta; gas; tečni prirodni gas; cevovodi

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