Red Gas

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Before Siberia: The Rise of the Soviet Natural Gas Industry Towards an Export Strategy Austria: The Pioneer Bavaria's Quest for Energy Independence From Contract to Flow: The Soviet-Austrian Experience Willy Brandt: Natural Gas as Ostpolitik Constructing the Export Infrastructure Trusting the Enemy: Importing Soviet Gas in Practice Scaling Up or Phasing Out? From Soviet to Russian Natural Gas

Red Gas

Russia and the Origins of European Energy Dependence

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Einband

Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

28.12.2012

Verlag

Palgrave Macmillan US

Seitenzahl

279

Maße (L/B/H)

23,3/15,1/2 cm

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“Red Gas explores the origins and development of the Soviet Union’s (natural) gas industry during World War II, and its trade with Western Europe during the Cold War. … This is the first comprehensive, archival-based study in English of this fascinating and important topic. … Overall, Red Gas does answer the questions it poses, making for informative and enjoyable reading that researchers and policy analysts of Russian energy, Russo-European relations, and the Cold War will find valuable.” (Boris Barkanov, The Russian Review, Vol. 77 (1), January, 2018)

“Red Gas is organized into twelve chapters with the first and the last serving as an introduction and conclusion. … Red Gas is a timely study which highlights how local, national and international phenomenon created a truly ‘transnational’ system with a level of detail often missing from similar studies. … this book is a great resource not only for scholars of the European, Soviet and post-Soviet region but Europe more generally.” (Jacob Feygin, Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 51 (1), 2016)

". . . Russian gas exports to Europe have been the province not of historians but of energy specialists and political scientists trying to keep up with fast-moving events. The return to history is welcome. Ho¨gselius is admirably equipped for it, comfortable in several languages and as happy explaining what happened to the methane molecules and steel pipes as with events in boardrooms and embassies." - American Historical Review


"Red Gas is a fascinating study into the background and nature of Europe's energy dependency on Russian natural gas. The volume benefits from a dispassionate treatment of a commendable breadth of archival sources, producing a prime example of transnational history, rich in present-day relevance." - Slovo


"Högselius has . . . made a timely contribution to an understanding of the historical, as well as current, factors which will continue to influence future commercial relationships between the EU and Russia, as the former continues to demand natural gas imports and the latter seeks to maximise income from exports of that commodity." - Journal of Contemporary European Studies

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Einband

Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

28.12.2012

Verlag

Palgrave Macmillan US

Seitenzahl

279

Maße (L/B/H)

23,3/15,1/2 cm

Gewicht

408 g

Auflage

2013 edition

Sprache

Englisch

ISBN

978-1-137-29371-8

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  • Before Siberia: The Rise of the Soviet Natural Gas Industry Towards an Export Strategy Austria: The Pioneer Bavaria's Quest for Energy Independence From Contract to Flow: The Soviet-Austrian Experience Willy Brandt: Natural Gas as Ostpolitik Constructing the Export Infrastructure Trusting the Enemy: Importing Soviet Gas in Practice Scaling Up or Phasing Out? From Soviet to Russian Natural Gas