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There Is No Silver Bullet for Gazprom
Natural Gas Europe had the pleasure of interviewing Dr Andreas Goldthau, Associate with the Geopolitics of Energy Project at Harvard University’s Belfer Center for…
Gazprom, PetroChina Sign Deal For Western Route
As largely anticipated on Thursday, Russia is seeing in China the only real shoulder to push forward its plan to remain a key player in the world. On Friday, this intention…
Russia's "Perfect Storm"
Natural Gas Europe had the pleasure to discuss the current situation in the Russian gas industry and its prospects with Ms. Tatiana Mitrova, Head of Oil and Gas Department,…
China Will Not Provide Much Relief to Russia Before 2024, Says Report
Cooperation with China is only a “medium-term prospect” for Russia, whose production is affected by looming production challenges, declining CIS markets, weak…
LNG Market: Trends and Outlook
TRANSPORTING NATURAL GAS? NOT ONLY PIPELINES Natural gas international markets are constantly growing. Despite the ongoing crisis, Europe is increasing its dependence on imports,…
Russia, China to Sign Deal on Western Siberia By Year-End, Wang Yi Confirms
Moscow and Beijing will sign an agreement on the pipeline shipping gas from Western Siberia to China by the end of the year, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Monday, adding…
Russia Works At Full Steam on Western, Eastern Routes to China
While Naftogaz is saying that it is ready to start negotiations for the “summer package”, Russian authorities continue to work at full steam on their cooperation…
Milestone year for Turkmen gas export to China?
For first time, Turkmenistan announced exaction volumes of planned gas production and export, which the country is to increase in 2015. The statement from Ashgabat came…
Dr. Simon Pirani: "Russia's Gas Export Reorientation is a Logical Move"
Gazprom’s decision to scrap the South Stream pipeline project is one of the most discussed topics since the decision was taken in December, 2014. The Oxford Institute for…
Sanctions Put the Russian Energy Market at a Crossroads
In response to the tightening of EU and US sanctions, and the German insistence on the maintenance of sanctions until a withdrawal from Ukraine, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey…
Mikhail Krutikhin: "It's all about Russia's incompetence"
These are hard times for Russia: falling oil prices, weak rouble and western sanctions push the country into recession. In addition to this, Vladimir Putin surprised the world…
China Receives 100 BCM of Central Asian Gas
China has received 100 billion cubic meters (bcm) of Central Asian since November 13, 2014. The China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) has been buying natural gas from…
The ‘New’ Arrangements in Russian-Chinese Energy Cooperation
On 9 November, during President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Beijing (one day ahead of the APEC summit), another package of Russian-Chinese agreements regarding the energy…
Andrey Konoplyanik on Double Trouble: EU Antitrust Case + Western Sanctions
Natural Gas Europe had the pleasure of discussing Russia's energy relations with Andrey Konoplyanik, Professor at the Oil and Gas Gubkin Russian State University, Adviser to…
Is the Trans-Caspian Pipeline Feasible Again?
In May, when Russian-backed militants took over numerous towns in southeastern Ukraine and began to face resistance from Ukrainian troops, and the West began to contemplate…