Peter Day looks at the future of Gazprom, the Russian energy giant, as the EU carries out a top level investigation of its grip on the European gas market.
Russia's giant energy company Gazprom has the biggest reserves of natural gas in the world, and much of the country's new-found prosperity has depended on its exports to Europe. But now global gas prices are tumbling as new supplies come on stream, and the EU has launched a top level investigation of the company's grip on European energy. Peter Day examines Gazprom's future in an uncertain world.
Producer: Caroline Bayley
Contributors to this programme
Spokesperson EU Competition Commission
Professor Alan Riley
City University Law School
Professor Jonathan Stern
Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
Sobieskie Institute, Warsaw
Treasury Minister, Polish Government