Wydanie: Lublin 2013
Today Post-Soviet states are facing changes to the existing terms of providing energy security. The disintegration of the Soviet Union area resulted in their need to make their own decisions about the sources and directions of supplies of energy resources and the implementation of a new infrastructure investments. At the same time, post-Soviet neighbour states seek partners for the implementation of joint energy projects. They are aimed at reducing the dependence on Russian oil and natural gas. This article focuses on identifying trends and determinants of changes in the energy security of the post-Soviet area states.