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IENE NEWSIENE's Executive Director Was Speaker in This Year's "Flame" Conference

Thursday, May 23, 2019

IENE's Executive Director Was Speaker in This Year's "Flame" Conference

Europe's most influential natural gas gathering, the annual "Flame" conference was once again held at the Okura hotel in Amsterdam from 13-15 th of May. The rebound of European gas demand,the increasingly important role that Europe is playing in global LNG trade and Russia's continuing relevance in European gas supply were dominant themes in this year's conference which brought together more than 600 senior energy executives

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Friday, May 17, 2019

Can the East Med Pipeline Work?

The Eastern Mediterranean gas pipeline (East Med pipeline) provokes intense reactions. Its supporters consider it essential and transformative, a way to bring non-Russian gas into Southeast Europe and, thus, cement a geopolitical arc from Greece to Israel, while weakening Russia’s gas hold on Europe. Its critics see it as a delusion, an unrealistic project that cannot die soon enough. Meanwhile, the governments of Greece, Cyprus, and Israel continue to meet

ANALYSISMarika Karagianni: “Greece Can Become a Natural Gas Transportation Hub”

Friday, May 10, 2019

Marika Karagianni: “Greece Can Become a Natural Gas Transportation Hub”

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ANALYSISIranian Oil Dilemma for Turkey and India

Friday, May 3, 2019

Iranian Oil Dilemma for Turkey and India

The recent U.S. decision to end sanctions waivers that enabled several major economies to continue buying crude oil from Iran has put Turkey and India on the horns of a dilemma. Both countries have significant energy dependence on Tehran. The recent U.S. decision to end sanctions waivers that enabled several major economies to continue buying crude oil from Iran has put Turkey and India on the horns of a dilemma. Both countries have significant energy dependence on Tehran.

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