Monday, April 21, 2014

Drew EGC Report

News - TAPI

Displaying 1 - 10 of 13 articles

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...

US, Russia Compete for TAPI Role but China Enjoys Advantage in Turkmenistan

Is Turkmenistan waiting to see if the West can get away with standing up to Russia on development of the Shah Deniz II field and the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline? Amb. Matthew Bryza, former US ambassador to Azerbaijan and currently director of the International Centre for Defense Studies in Tallinn recently advanced...

Turkmenistan Must Provide “Incentives” for Companies on TAPI: US Official

Since the flare-up of the long-standing Caspian Sea border dispute between Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan, neither side has budged to resolve the matter in order to move forward on joint projects, notably the Trans-Caspian Pipeline. In June, Turkmenistan's Foreign Ministry protested what it deemed "illegal...

Building a Case for the Trans-Afghan Gas Corridor

Timely response to their ever growing energy needs is key to India’s and Pakistan’s economic and social stability. Until present India, and to a lesser extent Pakistan have been relatively successful in coping with their energy needs. However, if additional energy supplies in particular for...

Natural Gas Asia