Monthly Archive: June 2021

Copyright: ITER Project The construction of the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER), one of the most large-scale international energy projects, was launched in Provence over thirty years ago. Its creators were certain that in 2035 – this was the exact year for which a full-scale thermonuclear reaction was planned – its powerful reactor would bring […]

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Copyright: Baltic Pipe Project Whenever the Baltic Pipe project is mentioned, it is accompanied by the adjective “strategic”, to convey its importance. The project is a crucial part of extensive Polish ambitions to create a regional energy hub and to secure what Poland believes would be energy independence. It also enjoys the political and financial […]

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Copyright: xbrchx, Adobe Stock Dobrodošli na Otok Krk! (Welcome to Krk!) Krk, the largest island in Croatia and the Adriatic has long attracted tourists with its favourable climate and wealth of monuments reflecting a centuries-old culture, which visitors to the island encounter at every turn. Krk is also the most populous island in the Adriatic Sea: […]

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Copyright:  momentscatcher, Adobe Stock In 2020, Turkey’s President Erdoğan triumphantly announced the discovery of the “huge” new Sakarya field in the Black Sea, which was one of the largest finds in the world last year. It was discovered during drilling of the ultra-deep Tuna-1 well. Sporting gas workers’ attire, Erdoğan spoke of the countless riches that […]

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Copyright:  haiderose, Adobe Stock In January this year Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan put an end to their thirty-year dispute over the ownership of the Dostlug field in the Caspian by signing a memorandum on its joint exploration and development. In so doing, according to Ashgabat and Baku, the final impediment to building the Trans-Caspian Gas Pipeline (TGP) […]

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Copyright:  SobrevolandPatagonia, Adobe Stock The gradual emergence of key advanced economies from the stagnation of the pandemic is understandably increasing forecasts for energy consumption, although a severe structural crisis in the global economy is still a possibility. This is intensifying competition in the global energy market, and particularly in the most profitable segments. This has already […]

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