Allies, game changers and category killers in the energy market

Moisés Naím

Over the next 10 years, the energy market will undergo profound transformations, driven by revolutionary technologies that will significantly shift the balance between importing and exporting countries.


What hope is there for a rise in India's gas prices?

James Crabtree

The decision has been postponed until after the elections and will change according to the outcome. It will have a decisive impact on the country, which in coming years will see the demand for energy exceed domestic production.


Toward an oil-for-goods deal between Iran and Russia?

Daniel Atzori

The possibility of an oil-for-goods deal between Russia and Iran is sparking off serious concerns in the United States and could also have serious consequences in the Middle East.


The Crimea crisis is leading Russian energy toward China

Yao Jin

For Igor Sechin, chairman of Rosneft, repeated condemnation of the Russian position could boost trading between Moscow and Beijing (The president of Russia Putin (right) talks with the Chinese vice premier Gao)


Azerbaijan: Energy from the Caspian Sea

Daniel Atzori

Interview with Nicola Morfini, PhD candidate at the University of St Andrews and expert on Central Asian and Caucasian affairs – Nicola Morfini traces the development of Azerbaijan, a country that is increasingly likely to start exporting energy to Europe...


Russian economy under pressure after Crimea annexation

The Russian economy is under pressure because of geopolitical tensions that spread after the annexation of Crimea to the Federation. The entire Caucasian region also seems to be exposed to risks, as the investors could reconsider some projects in the area.


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