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Argentina’s new government faces challenge with energy subsidies

Argentina’s new government faces challenge with energy subsidies

ARGENTINE President Mauricio Macri must cope with an energy sector in dire straits. Policy over the [...]

Low investment will not necessarily lead to oil price spike

Low investment will not necessarily lead to oil price spike

TODAY’S relatively low price of oil seems to have reconciled the otherwise conflicting interests of [...]

Hungary's deal with Rosatom may be hard for EU to stop

Hungary's deal with Rosatom may be hard for EU to stop

Hungary is officially upbeat about its deal with Russia to expand the Paks-2 nuclear plant. But [...]

China will remain reliant on coal despite ambitious climate policies

China will remain reliant on coal despite ambitious climate policies

The success of the recent COP21 climate deal will depend on efforts by China to reduce its [...]

Abe gradually restarts Japan’s nuclear power plants while gauging public opinion

Abe gradually restarts Japan’s nuclear power plants while gauging public opinion

WITH the restart of the No. 1 reactor at the Sendai power station on August 11, 2015, Japan began [...]

Tug of war over Caspian Sea resources carries high stakes for littoral countries and Europe

Tug of war over Caspian Sea resources carries high stakes for littoral countries and Europe

THE REGION around the Caspian Sea is rich in natural resources and sandwiched between two of the [...]

Arctic energy potential still dependent on market forces

Arctic energy potential still dependent on market forces

SHELL’S DECISION to suspend its Alaskan Arctic drilling activities in September 2015 confirms what [...]

Southern Gas Corridor project is EU’s shot at enhancing energy security

Southern Gas Corridor project is EU’s shot at enhancing energy security

The European Union’s Southern Gas Corridor project is entering a critical phase. This energy [...]

Turkish Stream: Moscow’s stratagem turns into a pipe dream

Turkish Stream: Moscow’s stratagem turns into a pipe dream

RUSSIA’S traditional use of pipeline diplomacy in Europe has been constrained by new geopolitical [...]

Energy: Reactor restarted but Japan’s nuclear waste remains an issue

Energy: Reactor restarted but Japan’s nuclear waste remains an issue

JAPAN has fired up the No.1 reactor at Sendai nuclear power station in Kagoshima four years after [...]

China continues its clean energy drive in spite of plunging fossil fuel prices

China continues its clean energy drive in spite of plunging fossil fuel prices

AS THE WORLD’S top energy consumer since 2010, China stands to benefit economically from lower [...]

Iran nuclear deal offers oil and gas investment opportunities but not without risks

Iran nuclear deal offers oil and gas investment opportunities but not without risks

THE DEAL between Iran and the six world powers - the P5+1 of China, France, Russia, US, UK, plus [...]

Poland strives to limit its natural gas dependence from Russia

Poland strives to limit its natural gas dependence from Russia

POLAND and other parts of Central and Eastern Europe are heavily dependent on natural gas supplied [...]

New pipeline project could triple Caspian gas imports to Europe

New pipeline project could triple Caspian gas imports to Europe

BUILDING a Trans-Caspian Pipeline would allow the European Union to triple gas imports from the [...]

Japan’s new long-term energy plan raises questions on nuclear

Japan’s new long-term energy plan raises questions on nuclear

JAPAN’S government has taken the first steps, four years after the Fukushima nuclear accident, to [...]

Low oil price gives Arab nations chance to reform economies

Low oil price gives Arab nations chance to reform economies

THE WORLD -which saw the price of oil fall by around 50 per cent since 2014 - has seen prices [...]

Germany’s climate lobby look to ban coal

Germany’s climate lobby look to ban coal

BANNING new coal-fired power plants and the export of coal technologies are the new focus for [...]

West could miss business opportunities in drive against coal

West could miss business opportunities in drive against coal

A GROWING worldwide movement - actively supported in the US and Europe - is demanding an end to all [...]

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