Associate Research Fellow at Russia/NIS Center in 2018
- Russian and global energy markets:
- energy production and transportation
- energy policy
- market restructuring
Head of research division at the Energy Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ERI RAS).
Director of the Skolkovo Energy Centre.
Research Scholar at the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University, Senior Visiting Research Fellow of the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES).
More than twenty years of experience in the analyses of the Russian and global energy markets, including production, transportation, demand, energy policy, pricing and market restructuring.
Head of the annual “Global and Russian Energy Outlook up to 2040” project.
Member of the Governmental Commission of the Russian Federation on fuel and energy complex.
Member of the board of directors at Unipro (former E.ON-Russia).
Dr. Mitrova is a graduate of Moscow State University’s Economics Department. Assistant Professor at Gubkin Oil and Gas University and Visiting Professor at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po) Paris School of International Affairs.
She has more than 120 publications in scientific and business journals and four books.
Energy Relations between Russia and China: Playing Chess with the Dragon OIES Paper: WPM 67, August 2016
Post-sanctions Russia-China energy relations: what expectations?
Shifting Political Economy of Russian Oil and Gas CSIS Energy and National Security Program Report, March 2016
Dramatic changes in the Russian energy strategy and energy-based political alliances are to be expected due to the evolution of the domestic oil and gas market resulting from the economic crisis and sanctions linked to the annexation of Crimea.
A wide-ranging look at the way Gazprom interacts with an increasingly challenging global gas market for Russia.
On 1 December 2013 a law on the export liberalization of liquefied natural gas (LNG) came into legal force in Russia. The law allows some categories of companies other than Russia's state gas giant Gazprom and its subsidiary companies to have LNG export rights.