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Geopolitics Happens

A former Ambassador in Lithuania, today Keith Smith is Senior Advisor at the Center for European Policy and acts as a consultant for the private sector and NGOs. A diplomat for 38 years, notably in two energy producing countries, Venezuela and Norway, he told Natural Gas Europe how he cultivated his...

EU Pushes for Balkan Gas Market

Regional energy integration, specifically of gas markets, was the message at a recent international forum in Belgrade from the Energy Community. The Energy Community (also known as the Energy Community of South East Europe) is a community established between the EU and nine contracting...

Ukraine, Croatia, Hungary to Sign Pact for New Corridor

Croatia, Hungary and Ukraine agreed to invest in a new corridor that will connect to the planned Trans Adriatic Pipeline, Reuters reports on Wednesday. “The new infrastructure will enable us to send gas to eastern European markets,” Croatian Deputy Foreign Minister Josko Klisovic said by...

Trans Adriatic Pipeline Assumes Greater Regional Role

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline's (TAP) selection by the Shah Deniz Consortium established the long-awaited Southern Corridor Route and gave hopes for a new substantial diversification route for the whole of Europe.   At the 2nd Annual Balkan Oil & Gas Summit held September 24th and 25th...

A Newly Emerging Adriatic Natural Gas Exploration Sector

The key role of Adriatic and central Balkans in the EU future gas mix Interesting findings were presented by key corporate and state players regarding the expectations of natural gas explorations in the Adriatic Sea and Central Balkans during the recent 2nd Annual Balkan Oil & Gas Summit held...

Southern Corridor Moves Ahead Without Turkmenistan, Though It May Catch Up Later

Experts at recent conferences in Washington, DC at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Jamestown Foundation and Elliott School of International Affairs focused on the prospects for the Eurasian region following withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan in 2014 and the decision of the...

After Nabucco – Croatia to the Rescue of Central Europe’s Energy Security?

With the “death” of Nabucco, it seems that the EU strategy to diversify gas supplies to Central and South East European member states has failed miserably. Yet according to David Koranyi, Ian Brzezinski and Matthew Bryza of the Atlantic Council there are other ways to reduce these countries’...

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