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The importance of Kyrgyzstan for Russia

February 2015
Alfonso De Lucia Lumeno

Control of gas supply, a military presence and economic projects will strengthen links between Bishkek and Moscow, because Russia needs Kyrgyzstan, a crossroads of commercial and energy interests

Pakistan’s energy crisis

February 2015
John L. Still

A serious and long-standing crisis is having a heavy impact on the country’s economy. Pakistan is not growing and has left itself hostage to instability, and in order to help put the energy sector back on its feet, it’s looking for help from the United States and China



The USA looks beyond shale oil

February 2015
Alfonso De Lucia Lumeno

Among the effects of the oil price crash has been to make shale oil production less competitive. Obama is looking for alternatives before it's too late



Asia’s defense against the fall in oil prices

February 2015
James Crabtree

Lower production costs, support - both financial that regulatory - implemented by local governments and broadly conventional upstream projects should protect Asian exploration companies from the negative repercussions created by the fall in oil prices and by the heralded downgrading of the major international ratings agencies



US crude set to go to Mexico

February 2015
James Hansen

Mexico’s Pemex wants American oil to keep its refineries running. The request comes in a backdrop of increase in American crude production: + 66 percent over the last five years



Battle for oil between Khartoum and Juba

February 2015
Marco Malvestuto

The border struggles between the two countries, made worse by the referendum that ratified the separation, usually take place over control for the oil fields. China has become involved in this context as a solid economic and diplomatic ally for Sudan



Instability in Yemen and its effects on oil

February 2015
John L. Still

A possible coup d’état in Yemen doesn’t only threaten the security of the country’s capital and the stability of the government, as it also controls the Bab el-Mandeb Strait, through which 3.9 million barrels of oil pass every single day



The weight of the oil fall on the Iranian economy

January 2015
Giuseppe Acconcia

The economic consequences that Iran is dealing with as a result of international sanctions and the fall in oil prices could weaken the moderate leadership of the country. The axis with Russia and China appears to be the most credible antidote and it is promoting new investments in the Iranian oil market, but only the resolving of the nuclear dispute could provide the economic policy of the moderate President Hassan Rouhani with some credibility



Egypt striving for an energy Independent future

January 2015
Giorgia Lamaro (Agenzia Nova)

In order to restore development rates to pre-revolution levels, the Egyptian President, el-Sisi, is counting on the development of the energy sector to reduce the country's dependency on outside resources, within five years, taking the best possible advantage of the gas and oil fields discovered in the Nile Delta and bringing the Suez Canal extension project to a conclusion in record time



WEF examines the new global context

January 2015
Alfonso De Lucia Lumeno

Among the themes discussed at the annual World Economic Forum meeting were the environment and energy, economic systems and financial markets, employment and human capital, global conflicts and IT security. Because the current global situation is changeable and uncertain



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