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Southern Corridor Gas: From Strategic to Commercial

In a session dedicated to Challenges and Prospects for the Southern Corridor, one of the speakers at the 2nd Annual Frankfurt Gas Forum asked, “How does a mouse dance with the elephants?” That's how John Baldwin, Vice President Southern Corridor, BP, UK, characterized BP's position among...

Balticconnector: Baltic Seabed Exploration Works Start Amid Disputes

Baltic Seabed studies in Estonian territorial waters have begun for the Balticconnector, an 80-kilometer undersea gas pipeline between Estonia and Finland planned by Finnish gas company Gasum and Estonian gas distribution grid EG Vorguteenus. The works precede the environmental impact...

Trans Adriatic Pipeline Confirms Resolution to Construct

The Consortium behind the Trans Adriatic Pipeline’s shareholders confirmed today that they have passed the Resolution to Construct on the development and construction of the pipeline project to move Caspian gas to Europe. The decision to proceed follows the announcement earlier today by the Shah...

Reconciling “Crazy Russians” vs. “Crazy Europeans”

Sometimes one just has to call things as they see them. But that's not all that Professor Alan Riley, Director of the LLM Programme, City Law School, did. In his speech at South Stream: the Evolution of a Pipeline, Professor Riley said he'd try to take a broader view, looking at the problems both Russia...

Israel’s Peripheral Diplomacy Concept and Energy Security in the South Caucasus

Israel’s peripheral diplomacy (or periphery alliances) concept takes roots from the late 1950’s geopolitical context in the Middle East. The country, isolated then after 1956 Sinai campaign, sought relationships with regional non-Arab states and national minorities, with no formal treaties...

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