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Greek Prime Minister Samaras in Azerbaijan to Foster Trans Adriatic Pipeline

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras met yesterday with Ilham Aliyev, President of Azerbajian, to discuss the prospects of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP), according to Italian news agency ANSA. The agency reports that Samaras aimed at convincing Aliyev that Greece is committed to concluding TAP...

Nabucco Chalks Up Big Interest from Shipping Companies

The Nabucco consortium says shipping-company interest in registration and capacity booking in the Nabucco West pipeline has already exceeded expectations just a fortnight after the launch of the registration phase of the Open Season. Nabucco has attracted strong interest from a variety of shippers...

The Conundrum of the Southern Gas Corridor: What are the Risks for Europe and Azerbaijan?

For more than ten years harsh negotiations among different oil majors and pipeline consortia have been taking place about the Southern Gas Corridor, all of them seeking to transit 10 bcm/year of natural gas that will be produced from the Shah Deniz giant gas field of Azerbaijan to the European Union.

Political Culminations Increasing as Southern Corridor Race Reaches Final Stretch

The Southern Corridor preferred route selection has reached the final stretch, with a final decision due mid-June between the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) and Nabucco West. One of the countries involved, Greece, aims to promote TAP and has accelerated its efforts in the matter...

Azerbaijan: Natural Gas Strengthens Ties with Friendly, Reliable, and Strategic Partners in the Region

Natural Gas Europe seeks to promote dialogue and the exchange of viewpoints.  We are pleased to publish the following Letter to the Editor Dear Editor: I read the article entitled “Natural Gas Strengthens Ties in the Caucasus and Central Asia”, which appeared on Natural Gas online...

European Union Sets Forward its Natural Gas Priorities

The Working Group of the Directorate General for the EU Commission has recently chosen several gas projects as 'crucial' for the overall energy security in Europe. This decision will play its role regarding the Southern Corridor developments, and the emerging architecture of natural gas infrastructure...

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...

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