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The Great LNG Flood

– and How Europe Plans to Escape it  America has been gripped by a gas export boom. The US launched a […]

TRANS-CASPIAN GAS PIPELINE – A GHOST ROUTE?

In 2015, when Europe was actively looking for alternative energy routes after the Russia–Ukraine conflict broke out, one feasible option […]

Wintershall DEA: New Star Could Rise on European Oil and Gas Market

A new serious player is set to appear on the European commodity market in the near future: chemical giant BASF is merging its Wintershall oil and gas subsidiary with oil company DEA. The transaction will probably be closed in the first half of 2019.

Test of strength for the partnership between Europe and Iran.

The key players in the global gas market are facing the need for a serious review of medium-term and potentially […]

UKRAINE’S GAS TRANSMISSION SYSTEM: LAST DAYS OF POMPEII

Most energy experts are calling 2019 a critical year for Ukraine. If there is no miracle and the good European […]

LIQUEFIED SCI-FI FOR POLAND

“Whatever’s bad for our Eastern neighbour is good for us!” It looks as though in Warsaw today, the Poles are […]

Mediterranean gas gambit: the special case of the EastMed project

It is worth considering the projects linked to exploiting eastern Mediterranean gas reserves in the wider context of competition for […]

How will the Germans keep warm when plutonium and coal have gone?

The point of no return has been reached: on January 25, a government-appointed commission reached an agreement to shut down all […]

CHEVRON vs EXXONMOBIL?

Chevron and ExxonMobil are two major American players on the global oil market. Previously, they seemed to compete with each other at every […]

GERMANS MAY FUEL À LA RUSSE

The time for doubt has passed. A couple of years ago, international analysts predicted the impending departure of Russian oil […]

NORD STREAM 2: THE BATTLE MUST GO ON

It seems that the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, which is being built on the bed of the Baltic Sea, […]