Tag Archives: Energy

Syria, Turkey, Israel and a Greater Middle East Energy War

Syria, Turkey, Israel and a Greater Middle East Energy War By F. William Engdahl * 10 October 2012 – On October 3, 2012 the Turkish military launched repeated mortar shellings inside Syrian territory. The military action, which was used by … Continue reading

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Energy Reserves Contested in South China Sea

Energy Reserves Contested in South China Sea The conflict between Beijing and Hanoi over the energy reserves in the South China Sea, which had been simmering for a couple of months, entered a new phase when India’s ONGC announced going … Continue reading

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Venezuela World’s Largest Holder of Proven Oil Reserves

Venezuela World’s Largest Holder of Proven Oil Reserves JEDDAH – Venezuela surpassed Saudi Arabia to become the world’s largest holder of proven oil reserves, the BP “Statistical Review of World Energy 2012″ said. Saudi Arabia now trails Venezuela with a 16 … Continue reading

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Russia rules Pipelineistan

By Pepe Escobar – Nabucco – the alleged gas Holy Grail from the Caspian Sea to Europe, 4,000 kilometers from Turkey to Austria – is the perennial Pipelineistan soap opera. Part of the gas to supply Nabucco may come from … Continue reading

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