14:23 GMT 24.08.2018
MOSCOW (Sputnik), Anastasia Dmitrieva - The major increase in the production of natural gas in the United States over the past several years has caused US greenhouse gas emissions to drop, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Nuclear Energy Agency (OECD-NEA) Director-General William D. Magwood, IV, told Sputnik in an interview.
13:50 GMT 20.08.2018
During their August 18 summit, Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel noted that the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project is profitable for both sides and should not be politicized. Speaking to Radio Sputnik, Gerhard Mangott, a political analyst from Austria's Innsbrook University, shared his views on the EU's energy issue.
09:24 GMT 11.08.2018
14:53 GMT 10.08.2018
In response to an August wave of tariffs from Washington, China has taken tit-for-tat measures, targeting American liquefied natural gas (LNG), one of the Trump administration's most sensitive assets. Speaking to Sputnik, Chinese trade researcher Mei Xinyu opined that the tariff war would seriously backfire upon the US in due course.
18:14 GMT 01.08.2018
On July 30, US President Trump announced that EU countries would build from 9 to 11 gas terminals to accept deliveries of US liquefied natural gas (LNG). Speaking to Radio Sputnik, Francis Perrin, a senior research fellow at IRIS, the French Institute for International and Strategic Affairs, shed light on the prospects for gas demand in Europe.
14:30 GMT 20.06.2018
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The United States will continue its attempts to impede the implementation of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline project by inciting Eastern European and Baltic states to oppose the project, Reiner Hartmann, the head of Uniper Global Commodities SE Representative Office in Russia, told Sputnik.
12:22 GMT 10.06.2018
As Sweden finally grants permission for the construction of an underwater natural gas pipeline between Russia and Europe, it appears that Stockholm didn’t really have a choice in this matter, and that this project is extremely important for the European industrial sector, according to a Russian analyst.
17:40 GMT 23.05.2018
2014 saw the South Stream project being suspended after Bulgaria halted its participation twice during the summer. Now, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev said that the country is in need of direct gas shipments from Russia, prompting the media to speculate whether another edition to the South Stream project is coming along.
11:29 GMT 01.05.2018
Last week, Gazprom deputy chairman Alexander Medvedev told Russian media that the gas giant was prepared to build yet another pipeline to Europe to compliment Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2. Rossiya Segodnya economics observer Dmitry Lekuh explains why the official's proposal is really a 'mathematical inevitability'.
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As most European countries are net importers of crude oil and natural gas, they have largely relied on Russia’s vast natural resources to meet domestic demand for energy. Russia is particularly important to Europe as a natural gas supplier, as it's well-positioned to provide much of Europe with natural gas via pipelines.
17:30 GMT 01.03.2018
As the "Beast from the East" brings snow and severe cold to Europe, EU member states turn to their longstanding partner Gazprom to tackle the challenge, Andrzej Szczesniak, an energy security analyst, told Sputnik, explaining why Poland would rather freeze than embrace the Russia-led Nord Stream 2 project.
01:19 GMT 11.02.2018
16:08 GMT 09.02.2018
Although Brussels and the US continue to oppose the implementation of the Nord Stream 2 project, signs have emerged recently indicating that the pipeline will soon ultimately reach its destination, RIA Novosti contributor Dmitry Lekukh wrote, suggesting that Washington is no less interested in the project than Berlin.