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Who leads energy global consumption? China, of course

Who leads energy global consumption? China, of course

China is the main energy consumers of our planet, with 23.6% of total energy consumption. And now consumption has increased by 3.5%, the largest increase since 1984

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OPEC+ and the geopolitical changes

OPEC+ and the geopolitical changes

During the last meeting it was agreed that production cuts should be prolonged. However, from a political point of view, the most important thing is the institution of the new Organization

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The Policy on Gas Pipelines in Europe

The Policy on Gas Pipelines in Europe

Each member state should have the aim of creating an integrated system of European gas pipelines. Are we so sure that the European Union is really pursuing this goal while creating at the same time a barrier to the nationalistic re-emergencies?

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Trump and sanctions against Iran, what happens now?

Trump and sanctions against Iran, what happens now?

After stopping the exemptions to the sanctions, Iran announces the resumption of uranium enrichment. Awaiting the next OPEC+ meeting

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Four Suspects Arrested in Russian Oil Contamination Case

Four Suspects Arrested in Russian Oil Contamination Case

Nefteperevalka owns the section of the Druzhba pipeline where it is believed the contamination had originated on April 19

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Russia to Hold Talks on Fixing Its Tainted Oil Supplies to Europe

Russia to Hold Talks on Fixing Its Tainted Oil Supplies to Europe

Representatives from Russia, Poland, Ukraine and Belarus would meet to discuss the issue in the Belarus capital Minsk

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China in the driving seat

China in the driving seat

The new geography of manufacturing. The speed at which China is changing its energy mix, from coal to gas. Europe’s response. The interwoven fates of Rome and Beijing over the Belt and Road Initiative

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Gazprom Agrees To Ensure Gas Supplies to Hungary, Bypassing Ukraine

Gazprom Agrees To Ensure Gas Supplies to Hungary, Bypassing Ukraine

Russia will supply gas to Hungary in 2020, regardless of agreements on gas transit between Moscow and Kiev

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Greater Eurasia and the (new) energy routes

Greater Eurasia and the (new) energy routes

A new development pole that wants and can become an alternative to the Euro-Atlantic center. Gas is above all

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Oil price rise on Opec-led supply cuts

Oil price rise on Opec-led supply cuts

In addition to the OPEC+ deal and the turmoil in the Latin American country, another bullish factor was a slight depreciation of the dollar and the impression that the Federal Reserve will not implement a strong tightening monetary policy in 2019 as it was previously supposed

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