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The Future of Chinese-Russian Energy Relations

Natural Gas Europe had the pleasure of discussing Chinese-Russian energy relations with Dr. Keun-Wook Paik, Associate Fellow, Energy, Environment and Resources Programme, Chatham House & Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES).  Natural...

Central Asia Clash Mars China Gas Plan

A fresh outbreak of border violence in Central Asia has raised doubts about China's plan to start building a gas pipeline through Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan this year.The deadly clash between border guards of the two countries on July 10 was a virtual replay of fighting in January, suggesting there has...

Turkmenistan’s Asian Pivot: Implications for the European Energy Dynamic

Background In the past month, the international spotlight has been on the 400 billion USD gas deal reached between Russia and China. In the context of broader geo-political and economic developments, though, this focus has neglected to properly account for the ambitious announcement made by the Turkmen...

Perspectives of Trans-Caspian Project: Business View

The project of a Trans-Caspian Pipeline (TCP) between Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan via the Caspian Sea is on the table again after the strategic decision to open the Southern Gas Corridor linking Shah Deniz 2 with the European Union via the Trans-Anatolian Pipeline (TANAP) and Trans-Adriatic Pipeline...

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...

Southern Corridor: TANAP as the Foundation

Speaking about the Trans Anatolian Pipeline (TANAP) gas pipeline project and Azerbaijan's energy policy in that context at the Frankfurt Gas Forum, Vladimir Socor, Senior Fellow, Eurasia Program, The Jamestown Foundation, described the tensions that often arose between commercial and strategic policy...

Geopolitics Happens

A former Ambassador in Lithuania, today Keith Smith is Senior Advisor at the Center for European Policy and acts as a consultant for the private sector and NGOs. A diplomat for 38 years, notably in two energy producing countries, Venezuela and Norway, he told Natural Gas Europe how he cultivated his...

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