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Experts worldwide think Turkish Stream gas pipeline project has potential

August 26, 2015 5:05 pm0 comments
Experts worldwide think Turkish Stream gas pipeline project has potential

The intergovernmental agreements between Moscow and Ankara on the construction of the Turkish Stream pipeline and the agreed 10.25% natural gas discount will both be signed on the same day after the new Turkish government forms in autumn 2015, announced Taner Yildiz, Turkish Minister of Energy and Natural Resources, on […]

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Turkish Stream Project Success Promises Benefits, Profits to many South-Eastern EU States

April 23, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
Turkish Stream Project Success Promises Benefits, Profits to many South-Eastern EU States

Greece is interested in expanding its energy cooperation with Moscow and the construction of an extension pipeline to the Turkish Stream project, said the Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras during his meeting with the President of Russia Vladimir Putin on Wednesday, April 8. According to Mr. Tsipras, the project will attract […]

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Experts: Shale Industry Development Potential In Europe Highly Questionable

March 4, 2015 10:27 am0 comments
Experts: Shale Industry Development Potential In Europe Highly Questionable

Chevron has decided to abandon its efforts to develop shale gas deposits in Poland, according to the announcement made on January 30, 2015. According to the American energy corporation, it would not be able to make sufficient profits by continuing to extract Polish shale gas using hydraulic fracking. Earlier, the […]

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Top 3 Secrets to Lower the Energy Bills in Glasgow

February 16, 2015 3:00 pm1 comment
Top 3 Secrets to Lower the Energy Bills in Glasgow

Lately, tremendous efforts have been made in Scotland to bring down the energy consumption. Although rich in energy, Scotland alone accounts to 9% of total energy consumption in UK. Glasgow, being the largest city in the state, holds a significant amount of responsibility towards the statistics. Households in the city have […]

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South Stream fell to political crises and tough Brussels stance

January 23, 2015 4:06 pm0 comments
South Stream fell to political crises and tough Brussels stance

International energy community, politicians and experts continue the debate over the reasons and possible consequences of the decision to shut down the South Stream gas pipeline. The project cancelled by the President of Russia Vladimir Putin was to supply up to 63 billion cubic meters of gas to Southern and […]

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What Is The Future Of Energy?

September 25, 2014 3:23 pm0 comments
What Is The Future Of Energy?

At this moment in time, 25th of September 2014, the most precious commodity sector that exists in the entire world is the oil & gas industry. Oil & gas keeps the world going round fueling cars, heating houses, generating electricity, flying planes and many other things that we rely on […]

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Offshore Wind Power Is In Great Demand – Even In Munich

September 23, 2014 3:00 pm0 comments
Offshore Wind Power Is In Great Demand – Even In Munich

Every year, more than six million visitors from all over the world are fascinated by the matchless festival setting of Munich’s Oktoberfest. Yet, keeping the world’s largest beer festival and funfair brightly lit in all its glory requires 2.7 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity – equivalent to the total annual […]

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International experts consider Russian-Japanese interaction in energy sphere perspective

November 13, 2013 12:08 pm0 comments
International experts consider Russian-Japanese interaction in energy sphere perspective

A number of problems associated with the leak of radioactive water from Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant continue to worry the international community and increase the number of Japanese citizens who actively advocate for the complete abandonment of nuclear energy. However, representatives of the expert community have repeatedly stated that the alternative […]

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