Pipe dreams – why public subsidies for Lukoil in Azerbaijan will not reduce EU dependency on Russia
Study | 21 January 2015
The study explains why the Southern Gas Corridor, the EU’s new pet energy project, is not only unnecessary in light of gas demand projections, but also seems likely to fall short on the much flaunted goal of bringing energy independence from Russia.
Read also: Pipe Dreams: Why the Southern Gas Corridor will not reduce EU dependency on Russia (press release | 21 January, 2015)
Theme: Energy & climate | Social & economic impacts | Development
Project: Southern Gas Corridor / Euro-Caspian Mega Pipeline
Tags: Lukoil | Russia | Southern Gas Corridor | gas
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