Energy Strategy to 2030

The strategy, approved until 2030, is aimed at increasing domestic oil and gas production. The main goal of the first stage is to eliminate the impact of the on-going economic crisis on the energy sector and pave the way for post-crisis development. The second stage will focus on improving energy efficiency.

By the end of the third stage, Russia is expected to have switched to highly efficient use of traditional energy and stand ready for transition to alternative energy.
It is to be updated in 2015 by Energy Strategy of Russia to 2035.

Quantified targets

No more than 78% of GDP-specific energy intensity by end of Phase 1, no more than 57% by end of Phase 2 (no specific date), and no more than 44% by 2030 against a 2005 baseline

Energy | Energy Intensity | Intensity Target | Base year: 2005

Increase in the share of non-fuel energy in the primary energy consumption from 11% up to 13–14% by 2030 against a 2005 baseline

Energy | Fuels | Fixed Level Target | Base year: 2005

No more than 83% of emissions by end of phase 1, no more than 90% by the end of phase 2, and no more than 105% by 2030 against a 2005 baseline

Energy | Energy Efficiency | Base Year Target | Base year: 2005

Decrease of at least 2% in specific fuel consumption for heat generation by boiler rooms by end of phase 1, decrease of at least 6% by end of phase 2, and decrease of at least 10% by 2030 against a 2005 baseline

Energy | Fuels | Base Year Target | Base year: 2005

38% of non-fuel energy by 2030

Energy | Fuels | Fixed Level Target | Base year: N/A

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