Russian interest in Cyprus gas deals a bit far-fetched
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Russian interest in Cyprus gas deals a bit far-fetched

PERIODIC reports about Russian companies’ interest in Cypriot offshore hydrocarbon plays should be taken with a grain of salt, the Cyprus Mail is told. The latest iteration came…

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Gaza Marine: Natural Gas Extraction in Tumultuous Times?
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Gaza Marine: Natural Gas Extraction in Tumultuous Times?

In a report published by the Brookings Institution on 19 February 2015 entitled Gaza Marine: Natural Gas Extraction in Tumultuous Times?, the authors Tim Boersma and Natan Sachs…

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نوبل إنرجي تجمّد نشاطها في إسرائيل
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نوبل إنرجي تجمّد نشاطها في إسرائيل

قاد تراجع أسعار النفط عالمياً إلى تراجع العديد من الشركات عن الاستثمار في قطاع الطاقة عموماً، وفي حقول الغاز خصوصاً. ومعروف أن سعر الغاز يتحدد عالمياً وفق أسعار…

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The Future of Eastern Med Gas: Interview with Dr Tim Boersma, Brookings
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The Future of Eastern Med Gas: Interview with Dr Tim Boersma, Brookings

Natural Gas Europe has had the pleasure to speak with Dr Tim Boersma, fellow and acting director in the Energy Security and Climate Initiative of the Foreign Policy…

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مرسوما النفط العالقان خلفهما مصالح مالية مستترة
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مرسوما النفط العالقان خلفهما مصالح مالية مستترة

التنقيب عن النفط وإنتاجه في بحر لبنان مجمّدان… جموداً مرادفاً لمراوغة سياسيّة قائمة على مدّ وجزر في تقاسم الحصص، وإلا فما الذي يفسّر المماطلة لأكثر من سنة ونصف…

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More Pragmatism urged for developing Eastern Mediterranean Gas
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More Pragmatism urged for developing Eastern Mediterranean Gas

  Eastern Mediterranean nations should abandon inflated expectations and adopt more realistic approaches to developing their natural gas resources, speakers recommended at a Feb. 19 Brookings Institution forum.…

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The capital markets versus the more adventurous drillers
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The capital markets versus the more adventurous drillers

  When things are bad in the oil and gas business, the operators tell each other that “the cure for low prices is low prices”. Low prices for…

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Why these 5 companies are key LNG players
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LNG Shipping Rates Fall to Lowest Since 2010
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LNG Shipping Rates Fall to Lowest Since 2010

The cost to ship super-chilled natural gas has tumbled to the lowest level in more than four years and is forecast to fall further. That’s good news for…

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Noble Energy says Israeli decision forces halt on all investment in the country
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Noble Energy says Israeli decision forces halt on all investment in the country

  Noble Energy says its disputes with Israel’s antitrust regulators has forced it to stall virtually all of its investments this year in two massive offshore natural gas fields…

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