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Natural Gas Views from Greece

The 18th Roundtable with the Government of Greece, organized by The Economist on July 9th and 10th in Athens, touched upon several interesting aspects with regards to how major stakeholders view ongoing events in the natural gas sphere. First of all, the general director of the Russian National Energy...

Baku’s Energy Strategy for Southeast Europe

Background During President’s Ilham Aliyev official visit to Athens on 15 June, energy issues will be top of the agenda: Greece is becoming increasingly important for Azerbaijan as a gateway to the European gas market, and for the Southern Gas Corridor (SGC) project as a whole. Now that the Trans-Adriatic...

Options for Delivering Iranian Gas to Europe Via Turkey

As the struggle between Russia and the West in Ukraine deepens, Europe is beginning to reconsider its options vis-à-vis weakening Russia’s energy monopoly in the European market. Throughout the political negotiations with Moscow, the energy dependency has remained starkly obvious as...

Environmental Effects of the TAP Pipeline

Italy is probably the most difficult place on Earth to build new industrial infrastructures, at least judging from the troubles encountered by any proposed energy project over the last several decades. The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP), the gas pipeline expected to bring gas from the Caspian Sea to Italy...

Troubled Waters in the Southern Corridor?

The recent announcement of the exit of Total and E.ON from the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) consortium, respectively holding a 10% and 9% shares in the project, casts a series challenges for the overall Southern Corridor project, in which TAP constitutes a vital element. Presently, the rest of the...

Turkey Will Not Increase its Stake in TANAP, Yildiz Says

Turkey does not plan to increase its stake in Azeri-Turkish Trans Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline Project (TANAP), Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz said. In the sidelines of a signing ceremony of SOCAR's Star Refinery's $3.3 billion credit in Istanbul, Yildiz stated that Turkey will keep its 30% stake...

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