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Martin Vladimirov

Contributor since: 16 Apr 2015

Martin Vladimirov

Martin Vladimirov is an energy analyst at the Center for the Study of Democracy researching energy security risks in Europe and the Middle East. He has been working in energy and political analysis for the last four years both academically and professionally. He worked as an energy analyst for The Oil and Gas Year, which produces in-depth overviews of the energy sectors of the major oil and gas producers around the world. Previously, he worked as an energy and economic analyst for CEE Market Watch and as an independent consultant on several natural gas projects in the Persian Gulf. Mr. Vladimirov has also been a remote analyst for IHS and Argus Media writing assessment briefs for Bulgaria, the Balkans, South Caucasus and Central Asia.

Latest articles from Martin

  • Will Gazprom’s Pipeline Strategies Pay Off?

    Published 15 March 2017 | viewed 11,011 times

    “We believe that Gazprom's commitments will enable the free flow of gas in Central and Eastern Europe at competitive prices. They address our competition concerns…

  • Shrinking EU Market Share Forces Gazprom To Action

    Published 17 July 2016 | viewed 8,100 times

    For all the talk that Brexit would spell the end to the EU drive for energy market liberalization, the European Commission seems to have no…

  • Gazprom Rapidly Losing Grip On European Markets

    Published 15 December 2015 | viewed 13,687 times

    When talking about energy security in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), most governments think of gas pipelines. The bigger they are, the more secure they…

  • Global Demand Picture For Natural Gas Looks Increasingly Sour

    Published 31 August 2015 | viewed 19,026 times

    Bearish moods seemed to have permanently settled in energy markets. The first and most obvious victim of the nosediving oil prices has been natural gas.…

  • Gazprom Putting The Squeeze On Turkmenistan

    Published 28 July 2015 | viewed 20,084 times

    Natural gas relationships are a bit like marriage. They are often long, expensive and ultimately very difficult to end. There could not be a better…

  • Will Morocco Finally Realize Its Shale Dream?

    Published 21 July 2015 | viewed 14,304 times

    The unconventional gas revolution has begun spreading to ever more countries around the world. Many regions outside North America believe that the shale gas boom…

  • Could Armenia Be The Next Ukraine?

    Published 29 June 2015 | viewed 21,614 times

    When Konstantin Kosachyov, the head of the Russian Federation Council's International Relations Committee, said the protests in Armenia against a 16.7 percent power price hike…

  • Libyan Civil War Could Drive Away Energy Investment

    Published 16 April 2015 | viewed 6,612 times

    One thing that keeps uniting the warring factions in the spilling-out-of-control civil war in Libya is crude oil revenues. Despite falling from a high of…

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