Tag Archives: Nordstream

The Week in Review (October 05 – 09)

The Monitoring Team: Lina Nagell, Fatma Babayeva Due to speculation that demand is picking up, oil surged to above $50 a barrel in NY. OPEC Secretary-General Abdalla Salem El-Badri stated that demand would increase by 1.5 million barrels a day this year, more than previously projected, amid cheaper fuel prices. El-Badri continued to talk up […]

International Summit at EUSP: Report

Russia in Changing Global Markets: New Challenges and Opportunities International Summit Saint Petersburg, Russia, 2-3 October 2015   By Irina Mironova and Michael Roh On October 2-3, the International Energy Center at the European University at Saint Petersburg held an International Summit “Russia in Changing Global Markets: New Challenges and Opportunities”. Representatives of international energy expert […]

Energy News Blog

Turkish Stream versus Nordstream-2: What Is This Battle of Russia’s Pipelines About? – Fatma Babayeva Throughout the past year, we witnessed a number of changes in Russia’s priorities concerning its pipeline exports to Europe, and particularly in the context of transit-avoidance strategy. This strategy was developed in the mid-2000s as a reaction to Ukrainian transit […]

The Week in Review (September 14 – 21)

The Monitoring Team: Lina Nagell, Henrik Vorloeper   Gazprom on Top of the News in European Gas Markets Gazprom’s European export estimate (including Turkey) has increased to 158 bcm, compared to earlier predictions of 152-155 bcm made for this year. Exports totalled 159.4 in 2014. The price for the winter season is expected to be […]

ENERPO Newsletter Top 10

The Week in Review (September 7 – 14) The Monitoring Team: Fatma Babayeva, Jerry Byers   Investment Troubles in the Era of Low Energy Prices: The Case of the North Sea The article discusses the impact of low oil prices on the highly expensive extraction costs of North Sea oil production. It notes that while […]

Energy News Blog

Energy News Blog  What are the Ramifications of the Nordstream-2 Deal? Gazprom’s Latest Deal May Provide More Questions Than Answers  Jerry Byers  The deal recently reached by Gazprom and Western European majors to begin the Nordstream-2 pipeline has left a plethora of policy makers, analysts, and buyers with a wide array of reactions and questions. […]