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The Southern Gas Corridor and the EU Gas Security of Supply: What's Next?
THE GENESIS OF THE SOUTHERN GAS CORRIDOR Gas is an essential component of the energy mix of the European Union (EU), constituting one quarter of primary energy supply and…
Ukraine Attempts to Capitalise on Uncertainty in Middle East, Lures Turkmenistan
Ukraine confirmed its interest in restoring gas supplies from Turkmenistan during President’s Petro Poroshenko’s meeting with Turkmenistan’s Minister of Foreign…
TANAP To Change EU Gas Dynamics Say Yildiz
The 1,841 kilometer long natural gas TANAP natural gas pipeline project, which will carry 31 bcm per year Azeri gas to Turkey's western border, will change the demand dynamics of…
Europe, Ukraine, Georgia Support Expansion of Southern Gas Corridor
The prospects of the Trans-Caspian pipeline are getting brighter, as recent diplomatic meetings hint at a growing focus on Ashgabat’s role in Europe’s…
Another Pipe Dream?
TAPI faces an uncertain future with the recent oil price fall, ambiguity regarding transit via Afghanistan and an increase in the estimated project cost Backed by the Asian…
TANAP Construction to Commence in April
In advance of the upcoming inauguration ceremony of the Trans-Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline (TANAP), Natural Gas Europe had the opportunity to receive the views of Magsud…
Iran, Turkmenistan Strengthen Energy Cooperation, Sign 17 Cooperation Deals
Iran and Turkmenistan could soon increase cooperation in the energy sector, possibly paving the way to Turkmen gas exports to third countries via Iran. ‘Presiden…
Trans-Caspian Pipeline: Accessing Turkmen Volumes
The Trans-Caspian Pipeline, which would traverse the Caspian Sea from Turkmenistan to Azerbaijan, would link Europe to a new, substantial source of gas and could even have a…
Is Nabucco-West Revivable?
In late June 2013, the consortium operating Azerbaijan's Shah Deniz gas field selected the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) as the preferred gas transportation route to the European…
Changing Market Dynamics in Central Asia: Declining Russian Interests and an Emerging Chinese Presence
Background Control over the transportation of energy resources from Central Asia to Europe is a crucial determinant in Russia’s energy and pipeline policies. Russia&r…
Trans Caspian Pipeline: A New Round “For” and “Against”
While many supporters including European Commission are struggling to help natural gas from Turkmenistan to find a route to Europe, others seems to keep trying to block its…
Prospect of Caspian Littoral States’ Gas Industry
Iran and its neighbors hold more than 70 percent of world’s total gas reserves. Iran, Russia, Qatar and Turkmenistan are respectively the world’s largest owners…
EU Looks to Strengthen Ties with Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan
Europe will try to overcome Russian resistance via gas agreements with Turkmenistan through Azerbaijan, European Commission Vice-President for Energy Union Maroš ŠefÄ…
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…
Miguel Arias Cañete: "In Unity There is Strength"
In his speech at the Atlantic Council's Global Energy Center, recently appointed European Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy, Miguel Arias Cañete,…