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Aug 2016
TAP criticises recent report and announces pipeline delivery

On 29 July, the Trans Adriatic pipeline (TAP) consortium announced that 14 000 pipes have already been delivered to Greece and Albania for the construction of the Trans Adriatic gas pipeline. This figure amounts to approximately 30% of all of the pipes that will be used on the construction project. However, according to UPI, a recent report from Re: Common and Counter Balance has “called on European financial organisations to avoid writing blank checks to the companies working on the TAP project.” “There is a worrying overlap between the public and private......

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Socar is running into problems concerning Desfa

Socar is running into problems concerning Desfa

Azerbaijan’s state energy company Socar is running into problems concerning its stake in Greece’s natural gas grid operator, Desfa, with the Greek parliament expected to vote imminently for a crucial change concerning the value...


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China set to do deals in Poland and Serbia

China set to do deals in Poland and Serbia

A series of agreements in areas ranging from trade to civil aviation will be on the table during President Xi Jinping’s upcoming visit to Serbia and Poland, diplomats said yesterday. Central and east European...


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Time period for TAP construction revealed

Time period for TAP construction revealed

Onshore construction activities within the Trans Adriaric Pipeline (TAP) project will commence in parallel in all the host countries during the summer of 2016, while offshore construction will take place in the winter of...


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