Commentary 19 May 14:42
Some political and business groups in Europe remain interested in the Trans-Caspian gas pipeline, which will allow to supply Turkmen gas to EU, Marco Siddi, Senior Research Fellow of the Finnish Institute of International Affairs, who focuses on EU energy policy believes.
Commentary 18 May 12:24
Construction of the Turkish Stream pipeline, which envisages Russian gas supplies to Turkey and further to Europe, will have negative effect on the prospects of realization of Trans-Caspian gas pipeline, expert of the British University of Glasgow focusing on the Central Asia, Luca Anceschi believes.
Politics 18 May 10:51
No matter who is elected at the May 19 presidential election in Iran, the nuclear deal between the country and P5+1 will be upheld, Kenneth Katzman
Commentary 17 May 17:27
Oil producers will easily agree on further reduction of oil production at the upcoming OPEC meeting in late May, Oleg Anashkin, associate professor at the Russian National Research University Higher School of Economics, told Trend May 17.
Business 15 May 16:06
Since November 2015, when Iran introduced its newly designed oil and gas agreement model, called Iran Petroleum Contract (IPC), the country hasn’t issued any tender yet due to domestic challenges and criticism
Commentary 12 May 21:33
Linking the Turkish Stream, which will supply Russian gas to Turkey and further to Europe bypassing Ukraine,
Business 12 May 09:35
Ahead of Iran’s May 19 presidential election the country’s economy is still struggling with deep recession but the stock market is on a bullish run.
Business 10 May 15:20
Business 9 May 12:48
It has been thought that once freed from sanctions, Iran would become a serious rival for Russia in the European gas market. Russia is currently Europe’s top gas supplier.
Oil&Gas 8 May 17:36
Europe could give a preferential treatment to gas to be delivered via the Southern Gas Corridor route from Caspian Sea and Central Asian region.