Russia's TurkStream project shows its geopolitical and economic prowess in the best of all positives - supplying much needed gas to Europe.
Ankara claims jurisdiction for offshore research in the East Mediterranean, an area thought to be rich with natural resources.
Turkey neither recognizes Cyprus’s maritime borders nor the agreements its exclusive economic zones. Nicosia manages the gas exploration in the waters it considers its own.
The Duran – News in Review – Episode 87.
This $400 billion project cutting its way through untamed wilderness is looking to cut right through the world energy balance of power
Moscow and Riyadh sign several big energy deals last week, advancing and solidifying Russia's place in the world oil markets
As the giant Power of Siberia pipeline intended to transport natural gas from Yakutia and the Irkutsk areas of Russia to China approaches completion, with Gazprom saying...
Despite sanctions and opposition from some powers, the German economy needs the cheap energy only Russia can provide
Kiev opted not carry out the act of terrorism avoid the punishment of further 'Russian aggression'
Will Europe try and stop this? Will Donald Trump?
Oil is up, but possibly not for long.
As Britain's coal use runs down and natural gas use increases, Britain will have to turn to Russia as North Sea gas reserves run down.
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