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Expert Views on Lithuania, Ukraine at the FT European Gas Summit

Despite the crisis in Ukraine, the gas industry must take decisions on the basis of rational assessments, rather than in the wake of political bickering. Europe is indeed drifting away from the Golden Age of Gas and the only way to support development of this energy source is to make it more price competitive.

EU-Russia Gas Relations and the Ukrainian Crisis: Why Pipeline Politics Should Not Be Overemphasized

EU-Russia gas relations have been predominately analyzed within the broader geopolitical framework with a particular focus on pipeline politics and the physical dimension of energy security that has included inter alia debates about EU diversification strategies and Russia’s ‘energy weapon’.

Hungary's Energy Security: LNG and Russia Key Sources

At the Gas Dialogues event in Budapest, Hungary, Development and Use of Natural Gas in the Danube Region: Prospects and Opportunities, Mr. Csaba Kiss, Advisor to the CEO, MVM Hungarian Electricity Ltd., said that to ensure a supply of natural gas for Hungary, LNG and Russia were clearly the only options.

Underground or Underhand Drilling Access?

The UK’s Coalition Government ran a “public consultation” between May and August, 2014, on a proposal designed to simplify existing procedures for underground access intended to exploit oil, gas or geothermal resources. Behind the initiative was a desire to facilitate hydraulic fracturing...

The Future of Chinese-Russian Energy Relations

Natural Gas Europe had the pleasure of discussing Chinese-Russian energy relations with Dr. Keun-Wook Paik, Associate Fellow, Energy, Environment and Resources Programme, Chatham House & Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES).  Natural...

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