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In the news

Our fellows often comment on current global energy issues in leading media outlets around the world.

Below is a select list of articles from the last couple of months quoting or featuring our fellows or publications, ordered by most recent publication date.

Gaz: EDF met en service son terminal de Dunkerque

4 January 2017

Thierry Bros on  Dunkirk LNG regas terminal in Les Echos.


The Shale Oil Threat Will Not Go Away

22 December 2016

OIES paper quoted in Oil Price


EU Pivots Away From Distorted Energy Markets Toward Gas

19 December 2016

David Buchan and Malcolm Keay in Bloomberg Markets


A Region in Transition

19 December 2016

Fattouh and Maillinson on Middle East Gas in About Oil and Energy


EU new energy package ‘another step in a work in progress’: OIES

16 December 2016

OIES energy comment cited in Gas to Power Journal.


Donald Trump chooses Rex Tillerson as secretary of state

14 December 2016

In The Economist James Henderson, Director of the Gas Programme, comments on the reputation of ExxonMobil in Russia.


14  December 2016

Katja Yafimava in Gas Strategies.


What’s at stake when Opec meets non-Opec producers

10 December 2016

James Henderson comments on Russia’s potential cooperation with OPEC ahead of Vienna meeting in the Financial Times.


Igor Sechin, Moscow’s oil man turned global dealmaker

9 December 2016

In the Financial Times James Henderson comments on Rosneft’s vital role in Russian international relations.


Lead contractor on Shell LNG Canada project cancels bidding

8 December 2016

David Ledesma in Business Vancouver on large scale LNG projects.


Victory: Ukraine doesn’t need Russian gas anymore – and puts transit at risk
1 December 2016


Engie CEO In Algeria Talks
17 November 2016


 Is OPEC Still Relevant in Energy Markets
14 November 2016


Vietnam eyes 2023 start date for LNG imports
10 November 2016


Growing South American LNG Market Could Impact European Flows
9 November 2016


EIA Beta – Russia Overview
4 November 2016


Japan’s beleaguered utilities seek salvation in trading
4 November 2016


Outcome of Lithuania-Gazprom dispute shouldn’t influence EU decisions – energmin
31 October 2016


EU lifts cap on Gazprom’s use of Nord Stream pipeline link
31 October 2016


Southern Gas Corridor Pipe Dream at Risk
31 October 2016


Saudi seen not acting alone to gain Opec deal
30 October 2016


No final investment decisions on B.C. gas until decade’s end, experts say
27 October 2016


EU to rule on Gazprom pipeline link to Germany by Oct. 31 – sources
26 October 2016


Russia’s Rising Oil-Output Forecasts Give Leverage in OPEC Talks
24 October 2016


Brussels nears settlement with Gazprom after 5-year probe
24 October 2016


Putin Helped Save His Oil Giant. Now Rosneft Returns the Favor
21 October 2016


How Eni Bet Big and Won Big on Natural Gas off Egypt
19 October 2016


Moscow clears oil giant Rosneft’s move to buy Bashneft
7 October 2016


Cuadrilla’s Two-Year U.K. Fracking Battle Nears Conclusion
5 October 2016


Azerbaijan at Twenty-Five: A New Era of Change and Turbulence
29 September 2016


OPEC Under Pressure to Act in Algiers as Surplus Triples
23 September 2016


Europe’s Biggest Natural Gas Producer Is Running Out of Fuel
19 September 2016


 

 

 

 


 


 

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