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Gazprom, BASF to Sign Asset Swap Agreement Before New Year

Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee Alexey Miller met Kurt Bock, Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of BASF on Tuesday, noting that a cooperation agreement between Gazprom and Wintershall would be signed in 2013. Wintershall, the largest crude oil and natural gas producer in Germany...

Varna Residents Express Concern About South Stream Pipeline

Residents of Bulgarian coastal city of Varna plan to organize against the decision of the Bulgarian Ministry of Environment and Water to approve the environmental impact assessment report for the construction of the land section of the South Stream gas pipeline. The offshore portion of the planned pipeline...

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’...

South Stream Project Gains Two Steps Ahead

The South Stream pipeline project has gained considerable pace with regards to its completion as notable developments in the two main countries from where it is scheduled to pass through. In Bulgaria, which is the anchor point for the pipeline's route towards the EU markets, the Senior Environmental...

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