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Moscow in Driver’s Seat on Remaining Exits

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The Western exodus from Russia’s oil and gas sector will likely pause over the next several months, our analysis shows, given Moscow’s efforts to keep most remaining investors in place. Rapid escalation of Western economic restrictions (sanctions, price cap) threatens to change the calculus, however.

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Sanctions, Resource Access, Ukraine Crisis, Policy and Regulation, Majors, NOCs, Oil-Field Services
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