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  • 27 July
    Warren Buffet007 Warren Buffet007
    I don’t see any sense on this article, I explain very short I don’t like waste my time for this cheap rumors, in Europe at any gas...
    27 July
    Warren Buffet007 Warren Buffet007
    This is the typical information rumors like other days in the news that Warren Buffet bought an Island in Greece!, I know many big investors are buying...
  • Editor’s Picks / 19 July 2015 at 21:54 GMT

    Tapi gas project is no pipe dream to Pakistan, India

    BBC News
    For many, the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (Tapi) gas pipeline is nothing but a pipe dream. But Turkmenistan insists construction will start this year. The visit of Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to Ashgabat seemed to confirm this – both sides pledged to fast track the project. And the visit of Indian PM Narendra Modi is another boost to the project. The 1,735km-long pipeline would carry 33 billion cubic meters of gas a year from Galkynysh, making it one of the world's biggest onshore gasfields. It starts in Turkmenistan, one of the most isolated states in the world, and passes through war-torn Afghanistan on its way to Pakistan and India.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 15 July 2015 at 1:48 GMT

    Make way Russia, for Iranian crude and gas

    Nikkei Asian Review
    Iran will shake off sanctions in exchange for having its nuclear abilities curtailed, freeing the nation to export copious amounts of crude oil. Iran is fourth in the world in confirmed oil deposits and the global leader in natural gas reserves. Iran's Petroleum Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh says his country can export one million more barrels of crude a day following the end of sanctions. Japan and China interested in Iranian oil, and European nations looking to wean themselves off Russian energy resources are also hoping to strike deals. Royal Dutch Shell and Eni, Italy's government-backed oil and gas giant, are already in contact with the Iranian oil ministry.
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    15 July
    JamieWicks JamieWicks
    While all the focus is obviously on this historic deal and peace is always better than tension, I just wonder how it will be received over in...
  • Editor’s Picks / 13 July 2015 at 12:15 GMT

    The 'once-in-a-lifetime' Iran opportunity

    The Telegraph
    Iran and opportunity may not seem to be obvious bedmates but the likely lifting of sanctions could open a world of possibility in the resource-rich Middle East state, writes Andrew Critchlow. While it is easy to brand Iran as just yet another "petroodollar" economy given it is the world's fourth largest oil producer and has the second largest stockpile of natural gas, there is far more to the economy. With a well-developed industrial base and a large population, it ranks 27th in the global economic order and a nuclear deal will see the opening up of a country that with foreign investment and capital could come to rival and even surpass near neighbour Turkey with the telecommunications sector and banking in particular set for massive strides forwards.
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  • 10 July
    JohnJohn123 JohnJohn123
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