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The Outlook for Azerbaijani Gas Supplies to Europe: Challenges and Perspectives 4 juin 2015

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OIES Paper (Oxford Institute for Energy Studies) NG 97, June 2015

By Gulmira Rzayeva *

As the birthplace of the oil and gas industry, Azerbaijan’s long and rich history is intertwined with hydrocarbon production, with oil drilling pre-dating activity in Pennsylvania by 13 years. (suite…)

Does the cancellation of South Stream signal a fundamental reorientation of Russian gas export policy? 22 janvier 2015

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Oxford Energy Comment (Oxford Institute for Energy Studies) January 2015

By Jonathan Stern, Simon Pirani, Katja Yafimava *

The cancellation of the South Stream gas pipeline across the Black Sea may signal a fundamental reorientation of Russian gas export policy. (suite…)

Natural Gas in the Turkish Domestic Energy Market: Policies and Challenges 19 février 2014

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OIES Paper (Oxford Institute for Energy Studies) NG 82, February 2014

Gulmira Rzayeva *

Over the past 10 years or so Turkey has featured prominently in the various schemes to open a ‘fourth corridor’ of gas supply to the core European national gas markets. (suite…)

Caspian uncertainty biggest threat to EU gas scheme 22 janvier 2008

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Reuters News, 22/01/2008

By Anna Mudeva and Thomas Grove

Uncertain central Asian gas supplies have emerged as the largest threat to an EU scheme to provide an alternative to Russian gas following a month-long stand-off between Turkmenistan and Iran, analysts say. (suite…)