Natural Gas in Greece and Albania: Supply and Demand Prospects to 2015

In the wake of the January 2009 Russia-Ukraine crisis, south east Europe began to receive more attention from the European gas community with the realisation that, for these markets, security of supply is a far more urgent issue than for most of north west Europe. However, because – with the exception of Romania – there are few large gas markets in the region, published work is still mainly conducted at a regional level without detailed analysis of specific countries.

By: Anastasios Giamouridis

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