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20 May 2015

Mogelijk is geopolitiek het enige argument voor duurzaamheid

Gegokt, maar misgegokt lijkt het wel. Saudi-Arabië besloot vorig jaar samen met de overige OPEC-leden de productie van olie niet te verminderen om zo de prijs op te drijven.

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8 May 2015

Saudi king reshuffles key-government roles in a move to improve Aramco

King Salman named new key government roles in a major reshuffle on April 29, promoting his son Prince Mohammed bin Salman, 30, the current minister of defense, as the new deputy crown prince. This makes him second-in-line to the throne, and the youngest member of the royal family to serve as deputy crown prince. The King also made changes at oil company Aramco, separating the company from the energy ministry.

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6 May 2015

They seek gas here, they seek gas there

The EU’s energy chiefs have been on the road, visiting authoritarian states in the Caspian region and North Africa in the hunt for future gas supply contracts that would lessen the bloc’s current dependency on Russia.

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29 April 2015

Strait of Hormuz conundrum. What impact on oil and LNG markets?

On Tuesday, Iranian patrol boats fired at the bow of the Marshall Island-flagged MV Maersk Tigris and directed it to leave Iranian territorial waters. This action created panic in the oil market and raised prices by about $1 per barrel. What could be the reasons behind this incident and what is the impact on oil and LNG markets?

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28 April 2015

Waarom Nederland niet met Gazprom in zee moet gaan

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23 April 2015

Europa zet de aanval in op Gazprom

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23 April 2015

EU begins test of wills against Gazprom

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22 April 2015

EU to Gazprom: Play by the Rules

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9 April 2015

Shell focuses on natural gas future with BG deal

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7 April 2015

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