Energie: Petrol & Gaze – doc

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Iran Needs a Cushion, and Europe Needs Gas – FP, 23.03.22
Politics in Tehran may finally fall into sync with the commercial logic of expanding energy markets. By Alex Vatanka, the director of the Iran Program and a senior fellow in the Frontier Europe Initiative at the Middle East Institute in Washington

A ‘6-point plan’ to save Europe’s gas market – By Kyriakos Mitsotakis, 9.03.22

Ukraine Implores Biden to Sanction Putin’s ‘Sacred Cow’ – FP, 4.03.22
Russia lives on energy exports. So far, they’ve been exempt from Western sanctions. By Amy Mackinnon, a national security and intelligence reporter at Foreign Policy, and Robbie Gramer, a diplomacy and national security reporter at Foreign Policy

What Would a Russian Invasion Mean for Energy Markets? – FP, 23.02.22
It would be “almost impossible” for any country to fully substitute Russian gas to Europe, experts say. By Christina Lu, Robbie Gramer, and Sara Hagos

Stop pulling your punches on Gazprom, Ukrainian gas boss tells EU – politico, 23.02.22
European Union countries should focus on boosting production in Ukraine, Naftogaz CEO says in an interview.

Ukraine crisis prompts Germany to rethink Russian gas addiction – politico, 22.02.22

România, Bulgaria și Turcia, țările cu cele mai mari creșteri la importul de gaze din Rusia în 2021 – 10.02.22



Gazul şi energia nucleară primesc undă verde pentru finanţări în tranziţia energetică. Christina Verchere, CEO-ul OMV Petrom: Este o veste foarte bună şi suntem bucuroşi să vedem inclus gazul pe lista proiectelor susţinute de Comisia Europeană – zf, 7.02.22

Why U.S. Natural Gas Is No Longer Too Dirty for France – FP, 25.01.22
Natural gas is key to the energy transition—but only if companies clean up their act. By Jordy Lee, the program manager for the Supply Chain Transparency Initiative at the Payne Institute for Public Policy, and Morgan D. Bazilian, the director of the Payne Institute and a professor of public policy at the Colorado School of Mines

EU enters endgame in fight over green investing rules – Politico, 20.01.22
Most countries back rules treating gas and nuclear as sustainable.



Proteste ample în Kazahstan după decizia guvernului de a ridica plafonul preţurilor la gaz – 4.1.22



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How Rising Oil Prices Will Change Everything – FP, 11.03.22
As the war in Ukraine entered its third week, the price of a barrel of oil peaked at $130, its highest since 2008. Adam Tooze and Cameron Abadi discuss the possible long-term effects of the spike, including their impact on inflation and climate change.

Oil Price Surge Will Hit South Asia Hard – FP, 11.03.22

Biden Bans Russian Oil Imports – FP, 8.03.22
It’s a symbolic move—with potentially big geopolitical consequences. By Christina Lu, an editorial fellow at Foreign Policy

How to Stop Oil Companies From Propping Up Kleptocrats – FP, 4.03.22
The industry’s belated withdrawal from Russia is a welcome move, but energy giants could do more to avoid bolstering corrupt and repressive regimes. By Alexandra Gillies, an advisor at the Natural Resource Governance Institute

Exporturile iraniene de petrol au depăşit 1 milion de barili pe zi pentru prima dată în aproape trei ani/ Cresc transporturile către China – 10.02.22

Preţurile petrolului, la cele mai ridicate niveluri din ultimii şapte ani – cdg, 19.01.22

Norvegia, principalul exportator de gaze şi petrol din Europa Occidentală, anunță creșterea producției până în 2024 – economedia, 13.01.22

Marii producători de țiței își vor majora producția cu 400.000 de barili pe zi în luna februarie – g4media, 4.1.22

Un deficit al ofertei de petrol ar putea declanşa o serie de crize de energie – zf, 3.1.22



2021


Japonia vinde petrol din rezerva strategică, la fel ca SUA, pentru a scădea prețul țițeiului – 27.12.21

Cât va dura criza gazelor din Europa? Traderii au un răspuns – zf, 25.12.21

  • Preţurile la termen au devenit mai mult decât duble în ultima lună, iar traderii pariază că această criză fără precedent va dura până la începutul anului 2023. Gazele vor fi scumpe chiar şi la încălzirea vremii. Preţurile pentru vară au depăşit 100 de euro (113 dolari) pe megawatt-oră în această săptămână, cel mai mare nivel înregistrat vreodată.

Gazprom a aruncat în aer preţul la gaze: 612 dolari/mia de metri cubi în octombrie, cu 90% mai mare faţă de septembrie şi de 3,4 ori mai scump faţă de octombrie anul trecut. România este la mâna ruşilor, importurile pe zece luni depăşind cantităţile din 2020 – zf, 25.12.21

Nave încărcate cu gaze naturale se îndreaptă către Europa pe fondul crizei energiei – zf, 23.12.21

UE nu vrea să mai finanțeze construirea de noi conducte de gaze naturale și petrol – 15.12.21


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Prețul gazelor naturale a atins un nou record în Europa, de 7 ori mai mare decât la începutul anului – 21.12.21

How Will Moscow Use Its Energy Leverage Over Europe? – FP, 19.10
The Kremlin holds one of the keys to resolving Europe’s energy crisis. By Alexander Gabuev, a senior fellow at the Carnegie Moscow Center

The West Still Needs Russia’s Energy – FP, 13.10
Hopes of defanging Moscow through alternative energy have faded. By Eugene Chausovsky, a nonresident fellow at the Newlines Institute



Uniunea Europeană analizează posibile variante pentru furnizarea de gaze naturale către Ucraina, după ce Gazprom a redus livrările – 12.10

Stocurile de gaze ale Europei se află la cel mai redus nivel din ultimii 10 ani – 23.09

Germany is ignoring Gazprom’s attempted blackmail – DW, 19.09
Moscow’s efforts to force through the operational start of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline have so far been unsuccessful. This is because the general public hasn’t even noticed the gas price explosion, says Andrey Gurkov.

În timp ce alte state europene văd în Rusia garantul securităţii lor energetice, Polonia îşi va aduce singură gaze din Norvegia, prin propriul gazoduct şi din Ucraina – ZF, 1.09



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What a future without oil looks like for the Gulf countries – CNBC, 2.09

  • Once a region seeing vast flows of wealth due to natural petroleum resources, the market slowdown and plunging oil prices have placed the Gulf Cooperation Council in a position of economic uncertainty.

Climate Policies Could Hand Power and Profits Back to OPEC – FP, 15.06
The Western rush to replace oil has Gulf producers laughing all the way to the bank. By Ellen R. Wald, a non-resident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Global Energy Center and president of Transversal Consulting, and Jonathan H. Ferziger, a Jerusalem-based nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council and a former Middle East correspondent for Bloomberg News

Why Shaking Up Big Oil Could Be a Pyrrhic Victory – FP, 3.06
Cutting oil production creates new risks and may not speed climate progress—unless we ensure demand falls too. By Jason Bordoff, a columnist at Foreign Policy and the co-founding dean of the Columbia Climate School

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