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Our team

Tatyana Mitrova                                                            

Tatyana Mitrova deals with the analysis of global energy market development and Russia’s energy import and export policy. She has 16 years’ experience in the analysis of Russian and foreign energy markets, including the issues of production, transportation, demand, energy policy, pricing, taxation and market restructuring. Tatyana has extensive experience in working with the Russian ministries and leading energy companies.

Tatyana is a member of the Russian Council on Foreign and Defence Policy, a member of the Energy Security Group (Steering Committee for the G8 Summit in St. Petersburg), the Regional Study Group on Global Energy Scenarios at the World Energy Council, and the International Gas Union Programme Committee “B” (“Regulation”). She has published many scientific publications and monographs and is an active participant at international conferences.

Tatyana is a graduate of the Economics Department of the Moscow State University and has a Ph.D. in Economics. She is an associate professor at the Gubkin Oil and Gas University and the Higher School of Economics and the author of the “Foreign gas industry” and “World energy markets” course of lectures, which she teaches at the University.

Svetlana Melnikova                                                      

Svetlana graduated from the Urals State University in 1986. For the last 15 years she has been dealing with the practical issues of regional gas supply (Uralsevergas Trading House, ITERA International Group of Companies), representation of the interests of the gas industry (Union of Independent Gas Producers, Russian Gas Society), and legislative support of the energy industry operations (Committee for Energy, Transport and Communication at the State Duma of the Russian Federation). She is an author of many monographs and an active participant at international conferences.

Svetlana’s scientific interests include pricing, energy trading, renewables, energy efficiency and energy conservation, non-traditional gas production and underground gas storage.

Some of her projects include:
  • Constant monitoring of key events in global energy markets (since 2008)
  • Standard mechanisms for stimulating energy efficiency
  • Economic and legislative aspects of gas and underground gas storage markets functioning in Europe (2010)
  • Largest world energy companies in the context of the fuel and energy sector globalization (2010)
Forecasting development of the domestic natural gas market and export markets for the period up to 2020 (2010).


Stanislav Roginsky                                                    

Stanislav graduated from the Russian State University for the Humanities in 1998. He has a Ph.D. in Economics and is a Candidate of historical sciences. He is an associate professor at the Department of Energy and Mineral Markets, the Higher School of Economics. Stanislav has over 10 years’ practical operational experience, having worked in Gazprom VNIIGAZ and Gazprom Export, and in consultancy and analytical work for the gas industry. 

 He has published over 50 articles in the leading industry publications in Russia (Neftegazovaya Vertical, Oil of Russia, World Energy Policy, etc.), dedicated to the key issues in the global oil and gas sector. He is also the author of 2 individual monographs – “Black gold of the Viking country: Oil industry in Norway: 1996-2000” and “The state and the oil and gas sector. Norway’s experience and Russia”. He is a winner of the Award of the Russian Academy of Sciences for Young Scientists (2004) in the Global Economics specialisation.

As an expert, Stanislav appears on RBK TV and participates in various conferences and round discussions on the key issues in the development of global and the Russian gas industries.

Irina Ovchinnikova                                                            

Irina is a graduate of the Economics Department of the Lomonosov Moscow State University (1990), where she read Foreign Economics. She completed her postgraduate studies at the Institute of International Economic and Political Studies in 1993, specializing in the issues of economic development of the Balkan countries.

Her role in CEMS is to co-ordinate all financial and management issues, including contact with clients, contracting, organising seminars, conferences and managing international contacts.


Ekaterina Vanchukova                                               

Ekaterina is a graduate of the Business Technologies Faculty at the Russian New University. She has worked as an assistant to the General Director, since the day the Centre was founded.


Vera Andrew                                                                    

Vera graduated from the Moscow State Linguistics University in 1997. From 1991 to 2004 she worked for major accountancy firms in Moscow and London. She retrained as a counsellor in 2005 and has since then divided her time between counselling and translation work. She has worked as a translator for CEMS since 2008.