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Gas Market & the Crimean Crisis: Economic Realities vs. Political Maneuvers

On March 18, 2014, Russia’s annexation of Crimea- formerly of the Ukraine- became official. This move sparked international condemnation, most notably from the Western powers, which threated to retaliate with a series of sanctions against the Russian oil and gas sector. About 80 percent of Russian gas exports to Europe pass through Ukraine; in 2013, Europe ...
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Globalization of the Natural Gas Market and North American Impact: Data Changes That Can’t Be Ignored

On-demand access to accurate pricing data is pivotal for market players in the oil and gas industry to make better and timelier strategic decisions in order to drive their core business activities. Now more than ever, with the production of oil and gas reaching unprecedented new highs, organizations in this industry cannot afford to ignore ...
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