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Azerbaijan, Iran, Turkmenistan etc. – Contenders to Bring Gas to Europe Through Turkey or Not?
What countries will be able to use Turkey as a bridge to bring Caspian and Middle-Eastern gas to Europe? For Simone Tagliapietra, an expert in international energy issues, only…
Turkish-Iranian Competition in the Middle East
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan paid a formal visit to Iran on April 7, 2015. The trip was designed to try to repair bilateral relations after their severe breakdown…
Iran Moves Closer to the United Arab Emirates, Drifts Away from EU?
After praising Bulgaria and asking Sofia to become a bridge to Europe, Iran signed a preliminary agreement with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for exports of compressed natural…
Greece-Turkey Pacification, Iran-Bulgaria Ties Positive News for Brussels?
Southeastern Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean made headlines on Tuesday, with seemingly positive developments in relations between Greece and Turkey, and spotlights once more…
Turkmenistan, Iran Sign 19 Documents on Mutual Cooperation
While Teheran is increasingly sending messages to Brussels over its potential to decrease European dependence on Russian gas, Iran and Turkmenistan are…
Iran Eyes Resuming Huge LNG Project with Germany
Iran has its sights set on resuming economic ties, especially in energy sector, with his number one European partner Germany after an increase in good imports. Iran’s Oil…
Turkmen President Discusses Energy Issues With Italian PM
The declaration of European Commission Vice President Maroš Sefčovič on Turkmen gas possibly reaching Europe by 2019 turned the spotlight on the country in Central Asia,…
Turkey Will Hold Talks with New Partners for TANAP, Yildiz Says
Turkey is planning to hold talks with new partner companies regarding Trans-Anatolian Pipeline (TANAP) project, which will enable Caspian gas to be shipped via Turkey's western…
Tough Negotiations with a Glimmer of Hope?
Greece and Iran share much more than the burden of undergoing tough negotiations in the past years. Over the past 30 years, the two nations have enjoyed excellent…
Azerbaijan & Turk Stream: The Song Remains the Same
At the Flame natural gas conference in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Natural Gas Europe had the chance to catch up with Gulmira Rzayeva, Senior Research Fellow at the Center for…
Iran’s Gas Disputes with Oman, Pakistan Do Not Undermine Agreements
While Iran is preparing to boost its gas output by at least 66% to 1,100 million cubic per day during coming years, its clients are keen to rely on domestic gas production…
Removal of Sanctions from Iran: What Does it Promise for the Southern Gas Corridor?
Developments in the international relations system are unpredictable. It rapidly shifts from one phase to another, from cooperation to conflict or vice versa. The new alteration…
Prospects for Iran’s Gas Production, Usage and Export
Iran’s natural gas production has reached 660 million cubic meters per day (mcm/d) and the country is expected to increase this volume to 760 mcm/d by next spring. Iran…
Why Turkey Rejects Doubling Iranian Gas Imports
Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh announced on 14 April that Tehran offered Ankara a doubling of Iranian natural gas imports for getting a discount in gas prices however…
Turkey Rejects Iran's Gas Proposal
While Iran is attempting to boost its gas exports in coming years, two potential customers are in conflict with Iran while Iran's gas delivery to Iraq and Pakistan remains under…