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Saturday, February 28, 2015


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The Diplomat: TAPI and India’s Future in Eurasia

The inability of 20th steering committee meeting of the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) pipeline project to select a consortium leader during its February 11, 2015 deliberations in Islamabad has raised renewed concerns about the mega-project’s prospects. It also highlights the continued...

Kurdistan in Talks to Import Gas from Iran

Kurdish government is negotiating to buy Iranian gas and have Kurdish oil refined across the border, an official from the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) told Rudaw. The gas will be for household use and to generate power, the official said. He said the KRG also wants Iran to refine Kurdish oil...

Manila Power Company, Osaka Gas Plan LNG Fuelled Power Plant, Regasification Facility

Manila Electric Company, or Meralco and Osaka Gas are looking to build LNG fuelled power plant in Luzon, Philippines, according to local news portal Manuel V. Pangilinan, chairman of Manila Electric Company, said Osaka Gas wants to build a natural gas power plant in the Philippines...

Morocco in Talks to Import Gas

Morocco is in talks to import up to 7 billion cubic meters of gas by 2021, news agency Reuters reported country’s energy minister as saying. With an aim to diversify its supply source and reduce reliance on oil and coal, Minister Abdelkader Amara has made contact with gas- exporting countries.