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Serbia’s Vucic to Speak about South Stream with Putin on Thursday

Construction works of the South Stream project in Serbia remain a big question mark despite local authorities recently said that building activities would "make no sense." After some teetering, Belgrade did indeed send clear messages to the Kremlin on Wednesday, restating its interest to increase...

Four Lessons the EU Should Learn about Energy Security

Diversification of gas supply has been a strategic priority for the European Union since its dependence on imports began to grow in the early 2000s. The crisis in Ukraine has heightened concerns that the flow of Russian gas passing through this country may be interrupted and has reignited calls for dependency...

Major Developments in Progress for Russia's Gas Sector

Sanctions against the Russian Federation, more specifically in its energy section, seem to have been gradually nullified due to a counteraction by Moscow, which as of late made significant progress on several long-standing issues that have long-term effects on the global natural gas sector. Firstly...

EVENT AD: FT EUROPEAN GAS SUMMIT (Michael Lundby) Oct 23 2014
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