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The Gas Troika on the European Gas Market assesses the energy policy of the Gas Troika Organization (GTO) as an entity and its members, Russia, Iran and Qatar, operating in the European gas market (EGM) between 2008 and 2015. The book focuses on their interests, policies and frameworks, and the enabling and constraining factors they encounter in the European market.
The energy policies of the GTO members are discussed in the context of extraction and distribution of natural gas, its export to the European countries and the environmental side-effects of these contracts. The important questions examined in this pioneering study are:
The book applies a social structuration theoretical framework with respect to geographical resources, economy, international relations and environmental dimensions to provide a multi-disciplinary assessment. Researchers in energy economics and political sciences, as well as energy analysts and consultants will find this book to be extremely beneficial.
Fatemeh Shayan is Assistant Professor at University of Isfahan, Iran. She is the winner of the 2019 Farabi International Award. Earlier, she was a post-doctoral scholar at Tampere University (TAU), Finland. She completed her doctoral study, along with many academic publications in international journals such as Millennium: Journal of International Studies, Geopolitics and Critical Studies on Terrorism, in the Faculty of Management at TAU, and defended her dissertation in December 2014. She was also a researcher at TAU during 2013–2014. Her research areas include energy policy, natural gas, European Union energy issues, Russia, Iran and Qatar energy issues, and the Persian Gulf security complex.
" Dr. Fatemeh Shayan offers an intriguing and innovative approach to examining energy cooperation. Her fact-rich discussion and careful analysis paint a comprehensive picture that is as educational as it is nuanced. Shayan does not follow an ideological script; rather she offers readers a multi-dimensional view of national and international natural gas regimes whilst masterfully dealing with the complexity of the material through clear organization. This is a must-read book for those who are interested in learning about the world of natural gas."Roman Sidortsov, PhD, JD, LLM, Associate Professor of Energy Policy, Department of Social Sciences, Michigan Technological University
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