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Natural Gas Strengthens Ties in the Caucasus and Central Asia

Over the last few weeks, Turkish and Caspian authorities have several times celebrated the successful implementation of their oil and gas pipelines, alongside announcing their willingness to cooperate in building the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars (BTK) Railway, though they are still need the consent of two excluded...

AGRI LNG: Potential for Project High if European Demand Remains Firm

The Interconnector Azerbaijan-Georgia-Romania-Hungary (AGRI) pipeline project is still possible, and could provide a stimulus for “east Caspian countries” to produce more gas, according to energy specialist Liana Jervalidze. AGRI, a proposed source of liquid national gas (LNG) to Europe...

Gulmira Rzayeva: Final Stretch for the Southern Corridor

Gulmira Rzayeva provides insightful comments and remarks regarding the final countdown towards the selection of the preferred route of the “Southern Corridor” natural gas pipeline currently being contested between Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) and Nabucco West. Moreover she...

Shah Deniz Two Judging Process Begins

The consortium developing Azerbaijan's giant Shah Deniz field in the Caspian Sea has begun evaluating the final packages received from the two competitors to transport stage two gas to Europe, according to the Azeri news agency. The contenders, Nabucco Gas Pipeline International GmbH (NIC) and Trans...

Deadline Nears for Shah Deniz Contenders

Final submissions for the pipeline to complete the journey of gas from Shah Deniz field in Azerbaijan to western Europe face a deadline within days. The choice before Azerbaijan and the Shah Deniz consortium - in which BP, Norway's Statoil and Azerbaijan's Socar are the main players - will be to choose...

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