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Greece Aims to Link TAP with Regional Strategic Gas Facility

The selection of the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) has led to plans by all interested parties to boost the energy diversification of Southeastern Europe in the near future, using optimum methods such as interconnectors and natural gas storage facilities. Regarding the latter, the Greek Ministry of energy...

Azerbaijan: When it Comes to Pipelines, It’s Not Personal, It’s Strictly Business

Just like the protagonist in the eponymous opera, the Nabucco pipeline, the one-time leading option for carrying natural gas from Azerbaijan to Europe, has been outmaneuvered and knocked from its preeminent perch.   In the opera, Nabucco is a king of Babylon who is outwitted by a group of palace...

Bulgaria and Romania: Pursuing Energy Security in a Changing Environment

The bad news for Romania and Bulgaria is now official — the long-planned Nabucco natural gas pipeline is history. Its latest modification, the shorter Nabucco-West pipeline that was supposed to transport Caspian natural gas to Europe from Turkey through Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary, and terminate...

TAP Beat Nabucco on Seven out of Eight Criteria

The Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project was selected to carry Azerbaijan's gas into Europe for other reasons than high gas prices in Italy and Greece, a junior minister at Italy’s Industry ministry told Reuters.  "It was not for high gas prices in Italy and Greece," Claudio De Vincenti...

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