Sunday, April 20, 2014

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EU Pushes for Balkan Gas Market

Regional energy integration, specifically of gas markets, was the message at a recent international forum in Belgrade from the Energy Community. The Energy Community (also known as the Energy Community of South East Europe) is a community established between the EU and nine contracting...

Natural Gas Prospects in the Balkans

A recent international energy workshop in Athens, Greece provided several pointers for the up and coming upstream gas sector in several Balkan countries. The region is unexplored in most respects and workshop participants were assured of promising findings that could literally transform Europe's gas...

Trans Adriatic Pipeline Assumes Greater Regional Role

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline's (TAP) selection by the Shah Deniz Consortium established the long-awaited Southern Corridor Route and gave hopes for a new substantial diversification route for the whole of Europe.   At the 2nd Annual Balkan Oil & Gas Summit held September 24th and 25th...

A Newly Emerging Adriatic Natural Gas Exploration Sector

The key role of Adriatic and central Balkans in the EU future gas mix Interesting findings were presented by key corporate and state players regarding the expectations of natural gas explorations in the Adriatic Sea and Central Balkans during the recent 2nd Annual Balkan Oil & Gas Summit held...

Italy, Greece, Albania and Croatia Meet to Push for Trans-Adriatic Pipeline

Representatives of Italy, Greece, Albania, Croatia, Montenegro and Bosnia-Herzegovina met on Wednesday in Dubrovnik to support the Trans-Adriatic pipeline, according to Bloomberg.  “Our message to Shah Deniz is that TAP is less costly as it’s shorter, and that all the governments involved...

Goodwill On TAP, IAP, Signed in Tirana

An international goodwill agreement has been signed regarding a proposed westbound pipeline that would carry natural gas from the Caspian basin, starting from Greece via Albania and the Adriatic Sea to Italy and further to Western Europe. Leaders of Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Montenegro and Croatia...

Analysis: TAP's Victory Attributed to Wider Geo-economic Considerations

The recent developments that showed TAP's clear victory in the Southern Corridor pipeline race demonstrate a behind the scenes culmination of wider geoeconomic importance that will certainly affect the strategies of all stakeholders involved. First of all, ITGI's defeat was not taken lightly both in...

Harsh Winter in S.E. Europe Reveals Regional Natural Gas Developments

The exceptionally bad weather conditions in Europe and in particular in its Southeastern part, has caused a number of developments in the natural gas sector of several countries that revealed tactical moves by all corporate and national players involved. First of all, Turkey's BOTAS claimed technical...

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