The Pacific Island countries (PICs) and the (predominantly) Arab countries could be on the brink of stronger relations. Following the Second Ministerial Meeting between Members of the League of Arab States (LAS) and the Pacific Small Island Developing States (PSIDS) on 11 and 12 June 2023 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia,…
The preservation of natural gas reserves which are necessary for meeting EU’s energy demand is the Achilles heel of RePowerEU plan, therefore it is critical for the EU to facilitate a consistent investment framework for new natural gas projects of a particular scale from upstream to midstream-downstream lines.
The Middle East is emerging as a global hotspot for green hydrogen. Economics and markets however will collide with geopolitics.
Energy lies at the heart of the main actors' geostrategic moves amid a reshuffling of the global order. The weaponization of energy flows and infrastructure is a coercion and power projection tool increasingly prevalent. Everybody tries to checkmate on the energy chessboard, or so they should.
This paper examines several dimensions of the escalation of the conflict in Ukraine and explores the events that could most likely trigger a war between Russia and NATO countries.
Canada failed to respond to German entreaties to buy Canadian LNG, so Germany turned to Mexico. The world market structure could change as a result.
EU president Von der Leyen’s energy market proposals will hit back as a boomerang. A reassessment of energy supply and demand should be put in place, while recapturing the need for a stronger energy mix, including hydrocarbons and nuclear. Current market restructuring dangerous for EU’s energy and economic security.