First of all, closely monitor the various agreements that the Gazprom group is likely to sign with certain companies relating to the scientific and technological aspects of its activity. These agreements can help Gazprom to develop new technologies in order to reduce its operating costs and increase its efficiency.
It was in 1965 that the Ministry of Gas Industry in Russia was founded, with the aim of taking over the exploration, extraction, transport and distribution of natural gas. In 1989 with the structural economic reforms of the country, the ministry was transformed into a state group called Gazprom which then became a state-owned company in 1993. It was Viktor Tchernomyrdin, the future head of the Russian government, who headed the group until 1992.