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European Gas Demand: Back to 2000 Levels

The European gas market is a disaster in terms of the weather, according to Anne-Sofie Corbeau, Senior Gas Expert at the International Energy Agency (IEA), who offered her insights on European gas flows to Natural Gas Europe at Flame in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Ms. Corbeau...

Trans-Afghan Energy Corridor as a Peace-Building Mechanism

Although no major war has been exclusively related to the control of oil and gas, disputes over energy and transportation routes have consistently played a significant role in many regional conflicts. The control of natural resources is also a very frequent component of domestic conflicts, especially...

The Iraqi-Jordanian Pipeline Could Contribute in Solving the Kingdom's Energy Crisis

Amman and Baghdad have signed an agreement to construct a 1,680 km pipeline that will run from Iraq’s southern oil-producing region, Basra, to Anbar province and then to Jordan’s port city of Aqaba. The USD 18 billion costing pipeline will supply Jordan with 850,000 barrels of oil as well as 3.

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