BREC in media
10 January, 2020
Uzbekistan should be present in Brussels — a New Year article of BREC Director, Nadezda Kokotovic, for Uzbekistan's media
Для Узбекистана уходящий 2019 год в Брюсселе ознаменовал новую веху в отношениях с Евросоюзом. ЕС принял обновленную стратегию по Центральной Азии, продолжаются переговоры по проекту Соглашения о расширенном партнерстве и сотрудничестве между Узбекистаном и ЕС. Совсем недавно новый созыв Еврокомиссии провозгласил "зеленую сделку", новую стратегию роста нацеленную на максимальное снижение уровня выбросов, которая затронет все сектора экономики и в первую очередь энергетику и транспорт.
In partnership with Agefi Luxembourg: The Great Gas Game, by Nadezda Kokotovic, the BREC Director
In partnership with Agefi Luxembourg: Large infrastructure projects in the context of transboundary environmental impact, by Nadezda Kokotovic, the BREC Director
In partnership with Agefi Luxembourg: Uzbekistan is open for business, by Nadezda Kokotovic, the BREC Director
In partnership with Agefi: "Energy market outlook for the Balkans in an era of rapid change and energy transition" by Nadezda Kokotovic, the BREC Director
14 February, 2019
Restraining the Game-Changer: A Decade of Uneven Development in Iraq Petroleum Sector
The development of the Iraqi petroleum sector during the period 2008-2018 represents, from all related aspects, a distinct phase in the sector and in its role in the national economy. The petroleum sector comprising three different but interrelated sub-sectors through critical forward-backward linkages: Upstream (including exploration, field development and production); Midstream (pipeline, storage, export terminals) and; Downstream (crude refining, gas processing, petroleum product distribution and petrochemicals).
23 March, 2018
Implications of a global gas market for traditional gas economical paradigms
In its World Energy Outlook (‚WEO‘) 2016 the International Energy Agency (‚IEA‘) spoke for the first time of a second gas revolution. The first one is known as the shale gas revolution. The IEA deems the rapid and dynamic development of the global LNG trade nothing less than a second gas revolution. Not only would LNG surpass the share of pipeline gas in global trade shortly, but there was now also a dynamically growing volume of supply with destination flexibility, responding to price signals.
18 July, 2017
BREC Initiator, Marat Terterov, addresses 22nd World Petroleum Congress in Istanbul
18 July, 2017
BREC GEA Francesco Stipo in Newsmax, on “Trump's energy plan will give U.S. independence from OPEC”
30 March, 2017
An interview by BREC Director on Southern Gas Corridor for the TRT World Network
Azerbaijan's ambitious Southern Gas Corridor project has the potential to further estrange EU-Moscow ties and trigger energy price wars.