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The "Eastern" vector of state policy will be strengthened in the Energy Strategy of the Russian Federation - the Ministry of Energy

In the final version of the Energy Strategy of the Russian Federation, the “eastern” vector of state policy will be strengthened. This was stated by the Deputy Minister of Energy of Russia Anatoly Yanovsky in the framework of the First Russian-Chinese Forum on Investments in the Energy Sector.

Among the strategic initiatives, Anatoly Yanovsky called the formation of oil and gas complexes with the development of industrial, transport and social infrastructure in Eastern Siberia and the Far East, the development of the hydrocarbon potential of the continental shelf of the Arctic seas and the North of Russia, the rapid development of technological energy saving.

“Sanctions did not cause for us any sharp turns in the energy policy. Everything that we planned and started long before the current crisis, including the shift of focus to the Asia-Pacific region and import substitution in the oil and gas industry, we continue to do today - only thanks to the sanctions, at an accelerated pace, ”said the deputy minister.

According to existing estimates, in the coming 20-25 years, 2,5-3 trillion will be spent on the implementation of the Energy Strategy. USD At the same time, there should be a sharp increase in the efficiency of the Russian fuel and energy complex, and the share of APR countries in the total export volume of Russian fuel and energy resources will increase to 2035 at least to 30%.

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