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Amid Ukraine-Russia crisis, Chevron Would Have Bolstered Lithuania's Enegy Security

In light of the Russian actions in Ukraine and potential ramifications, Chevron’s presence would have bolstered Lithuania’s energy security, says Eligijus Masiulis, a Lithuanian MP and chairman of the opposition Liberal Sajudis (Movement) Party. “If Chevron had stayed and been allowed...

Aftermath of Ukraine Crisis: What Shale Europe Do?

Britain took Russia’s annexation of Crimea as a serious sign. A report recently published by the House of Lords stated that exploration and development of the country’s shale gas and oil resources is “an urgent national priority.” Prime Minister David Cameron had announced...

Baltic States’ Contributions to Gazprom-Alternative Pipeline Redistributed

The European Union’s Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) has redistributed the costs among the countries that have nodded to participation in the construction of a Gazprom-alternative gas pipeline, stretching through Poland and Lithuania. For example, Latvia will now...

Conundrum for Baltics: Will Russia Cut off Gas Supply in Retaliation?

Amid Russian embargo in retaliation of the EU and US sanctions against Russia in the wake of a downing Malaysian airliner, part of the Baltics’ political highest echelons are increasingly worried that the jarred Eastern neighbor can resort to killer-measures against the Baltics,  which would...

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