Dr. Katja Yafimava
Senior Research Fellow
The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
Dr. Katja Yafimava is Senior Research Fellow on the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies Natural Gas Research Programme. She holds a D.Phil. in Geography and an M.Phil. in Russian and East European Studies from Oxford University. She is the author of The Transit Dimension of EUEnergy Security: Russian Gas Transit Across Ukraine, Belarus, and Moldova (OUP 2011). She is also the author and co-author of chapters in other OUP books, such as The Russian Gas Matrix: how markets are driving change (2014), The Pricing of Internationally Traded Gas (2012), Russian and CIS Gas Markets and their Impact on Europe (2009) (all OUP) and in Research Handbook on International Energy Law (Edward Elgar, 2014) as well as many research papers on gas transit disputes. Her current research focus is gas regulation, both in Europe and Russia, with publications including ‘The EU Third Package for Gas and the Gas Target Model: major contentious issues inside and outside the EU’ (2013), ‘The Evolution of Gas Pipeline Regulation in Russia – third party access, capacity allocation and transportation tariffs’ (2015), ‘Russian Gas Transit across Ukraine Post-2019: pipeline scenarios, gas flow consequences, and regulatory constraints’ (2016) and, most recently, ‘The OPAL Exemption Decision: past, present, and future‘ (2017).
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