Tag: Gas production

  • Adversity and reform: Ukrainian gas market prospects

    By: Simon Pirani

    This Energy Insight looks at how far the Ukrainian gas market, one of Europe’s largest, has moved away from a model based on large-scale Russian imports and post-Soviet economic relationships, towards a new set of arrangements underpinned by closer integration with the European market. The transition is taking place against a volatile political and economic […]

  • Lebanon – The Next Eastern Mediterranean Gas Producer?

    By: Bassam Fattouh , Laura El-Katiri

    In this report published by the German Marshall Fund of the United States, Bassam Fattouh and Laura El-Katiri examines the prospects of Lebanon turning into a natural producer and exporter. Lebanon’s exclusive economic zone forms part of the Levant Basin, which has been estimated to hold up to 122 trillion cubic feet of recoverable natural […]

  • The Strategic Implications of Russia’s Eastern Oil Resources

    By: James Henderson

    Russian oil exports have historically been focused on western markets but the rapid growth of the Asia-Pacific economies over the past two decades has led to a re-focusing of Russia’s strategic and energy interests. The oil and gas resources of East Siberia and the Far East of Russia have long been known about and a […]

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