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South Stream Bulgaria’s Capital Increase is Breach of Protocol, Says Sofia

Gazprom confirmed that South Stream Bulgaria suspended orders and contracts for the South Stream gas pipeline construction in the country. At the same time, a Russian newspaper voiced the possibility of a plan B for the project, which could pass through Greece and Turkey, dropping Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary...

The Decreasing Probability of an Israel-Turkey Pipeline

A 72-hour truce ended on Friday, causing the violence between Israel and Gaza to resume. Ceasefire efforts brokered by Egypt were able to secure another cessation of hostilities, albeit only temporary.. With no sight of a real solution to the problem, the probability of a pipeline from the Leviathan...

Prepare for Gas Market Liberalization in Turkey

Investors, contractors, entrepreneurs beware! A long awaited natural gas market liberalization in Turkey appears on the horizon. A draft bill with 14 clauses regarding natural gas market liberalization has been submitted to the Turkish Parliament. The key points for the submitted bill can be read below: Petroleum...

Will the ‘Power of Siberia’ Take Off?

In May 2014 Russia signed a major 30 year, 38bcm per annum gas deal with China deliverable from 2018. Whilst there have been questions as to price of the gas (estimated at $300 per thousand cubic metres) the two real questions are firstly can Russia really deliver on the deal and secondly, what impact...

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...

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