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South Stream: Eliminating Gas Insecurities in CEE

Energy ministers from Russia and several countries in Central & Eastern Europe (CEE), chamber of commerce heads and other high level speakers gathered in Budapest, Hungary on 16 September to grapple with energy security issues at the Gas Dialogues event Development...

Serbia to Start South Stream Works in October, Says Gazprom

Gazprom is working with Serbia to kickstart construction works of the local leg of the South Stream project, with newspapers reporting that the operations could start as soon as in October.  ‘The parties discussed the main areas and outlooks of the cooperation in the energy sector, placing...

The Energy Stakes of the Ukrainian Crisis

The Ukraine crisis has put the interdependence between the West, the EU and the Russian federation in the limelight. A further deterioration of the relationship between them could have disastrous results for both, as the stakes at hand are high and of strategic value. The first victim is the present-day...

Turcas Petrol Chair Aksoy: Turkey Needs to be Regional Power-Broker

Turkey is constantly trying to expand energy resources as well as diversification from new sources. Within this context, Turkey plans to be a major player in the region as it describes itself 'energy hub' for the region. Natural Gas Europe had the pleasure of an interview with Turcas Petrol Chairman...

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...

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