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Dmitry Kozak
Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation
Quotes
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
A Recipe for Global Competitiveness for Russian Industry
The alpha and omega of the market economy, the key driver of industrial and economic development, is fair competition. In the world of global competition, we understand that we can only take a certain share of the market by creating conditions for fair competition, particularly in the global markets
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Opening Ceremony the Second Russian-Chinese Energy Business Forum
In terms of Russian-Chinese cooperation, we have reached an unprec-edented level of cooperation and continue to develop dynamically in this regard. Our cooperation is demonstrating extremely positive dy-namics according to all indicators and in all areas. [...] China is a pro-ducer and major consumer of energy feedstock and energy resources. Russia is a major supplier of hydrocarbons to global markets, and the figures for 2018 show that Russia has become China’s largest partner in terms of the supply of oil, coal, and electricity
04.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Developing Infrastructure for Economic Growth and Improved Living Standards
Developing our country’s infrastructure is one of the top priorities. It has been designated as a national idea and a national goal by the leadership of the Russian Federation. And we understand that infrastructure constraints are key limitations in terms of developing our country’s economy
04.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Developing Infrastructure for Economic Growth and Improved Living Standards
Today, power grid companies, as part of the implementation of their own investment programmes, are building new facilities that are actually only being utilized a rate of 0.2%. Power grids must pay to maintain reserves, but are not generating any income from it. Due to the lack of demand for such infrastructure, the funds of consumers, business, and the state are being wasted
04.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Developing Infrastructure for Economic Growth and Improved Living Standards
Spending on the development of the power grid industry amounted to RUB 261.9 billion in 2017, and RUB 1.3 trillion are earmarked for funding to the power grid sector in 2019–2024. There are plans to build tens of thousands of power transmission lines and tens of thousands of megawatts of transformer capacity. Transneft has proposed spending RUB 1.1 trillion on oil pipelines in 2018–2022, Gazprom – RUB 5.7 trillion, and Russian Railways – RUB 3.8 trillion. Federal budget spending on construction will amount to RUB 2.3 trillion until 2024. The problem is how to enhance the efficiency of these expenditures. It’s essential that all these organizations act in a coordinated manner so that their actions are synchronized
04.10.2018
Russian Energy Week 2018
Developing Infrastructure for Economic Growth and Improved Living Standards
The country is spending huge amounts of money on infrastructure development today. It’s clear that this is not to our competitive advantage: we have vast distances, vast territory, and a lot of undeveloped regions