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Prospects for Energy Independence in Romania: Shale Gas and beyond

Romania, historically one of the world’s main energy producers, became a net importer of oil and gas in the 1970s when production started to declined. However, Romania is still luckier than other Central and Eastern European countries in terms of energy dependence. With regards to natural gas supplies...

Bulgarian Energy Minister: South Stream Should Not Be Stopped

Dragomir Stoinev stated all countries along the planned route of South Stream have united around the idea that work on the pipeline should go uninterrupted because of its strategic importance for the whole of Europe South Stream gas pipeline project should not be stopped, Bulgarian minister of economy...

Gas Projects in Southeast Europe Gather Pace

Several natural gas infrastructure projects in Southeastern European countries are moving ahead and slowly but steadily building up the regional market. More analytically, it was recently announced that in June 2014 an interconnector gas pipeline between Bulgaria and Romania will be finalized, overcoming...

South East Europe: Greece the Gateway for the EU Gas Supply

By virtue of its geographical location, the strategy of Greece in the natural gas sector is to contribute to the development of a competitive, liquid market in South East Europe and to maintain the momentum on energy security as well as the need for further diversification of sources and routes. For...

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...

A Changing European Gas Market is Discussed in Greece

The Athens Energy Forum 2014 was characterized by an abundance of information and discussions on the rapid changes relating to the European natural gas sector, amidst political antagonisms, corporate projects and the effects of the global economy. The Trans- Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) was amongst the main...

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