SOCAR’s deal to buy a stake in Greece’s gas transmission company has fallen through, leaving the Greeks to search for another solution and the Azerbaijanis with much to ponder.
5 January 2017
Azerbaijan is moving ahead with development of the Southern Gas Corridor despite needing to root out some minor problems.
18 October 2016
Lithuania’s Klaipeda LNG terminal has given the Baltic state a valuable weapon in its price negotiations with Gazprom, but Vilnius has bigger plans in mind.
13 October 2016
Now Turkish Stream is back on the agenda, Russia is making a push for a 'southern corridor' that would see its gas pumped across Greece to the Balkans and Central Europe.
20 September 2016
Turkmenistan wants to supply gas to Europe, but geopolitics and bad timing stand in its way.
9 September 2016
Low oil prices, high debts and falling production are making life difficult for the Kazakh state company, and its efforts to right itself by taking control of affiliate KMGEP have so far failed.
26 August 2016
Azerbaijan’s state player is determined to make a mark in Europe, but it appears to have made little progress in the past few years.
15 August 2016
As one of the largest foreign investors in Turkey, SOCAR has been treading carefully following last month’s failed coup.
4 August 2016
Despite China’s cooling economy, the country’s involvement in Central Asian gas projects shows little sign of slowing down.
25 July 2016
Import-dependent Turkey is hoping to reduce its reliance on Russia as it searches for supplies to meet its steadily rising gas demand.
13 July 2016
Ukraine’s gas transit system was under discussion on the sidelines of the St Petersburg International Economic Forum last week.
20 June 2016
Kazakhstan’s government is trying to expand production at the country’s huge Tengiz field, but it may have difficulty finding the necessary finance.
14 June 2016