US Voices Skepticism on EastMed Gas Pipeline

The US on Friday voiced misgivings over the Eastern Mediterranean (EastMed) Pipeline, a planned gas pipeline that would ferry Israeli fuel from the eastern Mediterranean to Greece. A State Department spokesperson who commented on the matter on condition of anonymity told Anadolu Agency that the Biden administration is looking “critically …

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TAPI Pipeline still in Doldrums after 30 Years

The major TAPI gas pipeline project – for Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India – has not been completed despite the fact that it was kicked off decades. During this time Afghanistan has seen the collapse and establishment of various governments. TAPI is considered one of the major development projects in the region. After Turkmenistan …

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Global Gas Shortage Worsens as Emerging Asia Joins the Hunt

The hunt for natural gas is spreading to Asia’s developing economies, with India and Indonesia adding to the global demand pressure. Indian Oil Corp. and Gujarat State Petroleum Corp. have recently bought spot cargoes of liquefied natural gas after being absent from the market for months, according to traders. Indonesia …

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