Publications

14.08.2017
By Jaime Concha, Copenhagen, and Vitaly Sokolov and Nelli Sharushkina, Moscow

Russian gas shipments to Europe aren’t expected to be at risk from US sanctions over the short term.

10.08.2017

(Montel) New US sanctions against Russia will make it more difficult to finance the EUR 4.75bn Nord Stream 2 pipeline, the head of Austria’s OMV

09.08.2017
Christina Okello
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The world's oil-exporting nations discussed their failure to limit production at a meeting of the oil-producers' cartel, Opec, and non-Opec members in Abu Dhabi that kicked off on Monday.

05.08.2017

Eski Rusya Enerji Bakanı Yusufov:- "(Kuzey Akım 2) Söz konusu projenin başarılı bir şekilde tamamlanarak Avrupa uluslarının enerji güvenliğine hizmet edeceğinden şüphem yok"

04.08.2017

Few know the content of this month’s maiden powwow between Trump and Putin. Yet given Trump’s suggestion that the US is open for business in Europe regarding natural gas, it would be odd if the Russian leader hadn’t brought up the subject of his country’s standing as one of the region’s main suppliers.

03.08.2017

Eski Rusya Enerji Bakanı Yusufov:- "(Kuzey Akım 2) Söz konusu projenin başarılı bir şekilde tamamlanarak Avrupa uluslarının enerji güvenliğine hizmet edeceğinden şüphem yok"

30.07.2017
David McPhee

Few know the content of this month’s maiden powwow between US President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

29.07.2017
Nick Cunningham

OPEC held a technical meeting in St. Petersburg on July 24 to monitor compliance with the group’s cuts and assess the progress of the rebalancing of the oil market.

27.07.2017

Mr. Igor Yusufov, an erstwhile minister of energy is one of the initiators of the first ever Russia-OPEC oil production solidarity cut back in 2001.

27.07.2017

On Thursday, 20 July, the US Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) fined Texas energy corporation ExxonMobil $2,000,000