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IEA: Crude Production to Fall Behind Demand

The worlds production of crude oil is falling behind demand, the International Energy Agency said Thursday. From July through September, global production of crude oil is likely to lag behind demand by almost one million barrels a day, said the IEA, a Paris agency that monitors energy trends for oil-consuming nations. The current glut of crude is clearing out even as OPEC producers pump at record or near-record levels


Gas Exploration to Resume in Israeli Waters

The Petroleum Council that reports to the Ministry of National Infrastructures, Energy and Water Resources has approved the granting of new exploration areas in Israel's economic waters. The Council's made its recommendation after four years in which the sea was closed to new exploration, and following Minister of National Infrastructures, Energy and Water Resources Yuval Steinitz's instruction that exploration should be renewed


Turkish Stream Will Not Directly Rival Nord Stream 2 Austrian OMV

The Austrian oil and gas company OMV, which is participating in the NordStream 2 gas pipeline construction project, does not view the Turkish Stream as a direct rival, Executive Board member Manfred Leitner told a press conference Wednesday


Bulgarian Monopoly Bulgargaz Mulls Lifting Gas Tariff for First Time in 2 yrs

Bulgarian gas monopoly Bulgargaz said it plans to proposea 3.4% hike in the wholesale price at which it sells natural gas to its clients as of October 1, in a move that will see the first gas price increase in the countrysince the fourth quarter of 2014

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The Long View

Uprisings Here, There, and Everywhere

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

The now persistent uprising in Turkey has been followed by an even larger uprising in Brazil, which in turn has been followed by a less noticed, but no less real, uprising in Bulgaria. Of course, these uprisings were not the first but merely the latest in a truly worldwide series of such uprisings in recent years. There are many ways to analyze this phenomenon. I see them as the continuing process of what started as the world-revolution of 1968.

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15th Annual BBSPA Conference

4/2/2009 - 3/4/2009

Austria - Vienna
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Making Europe Carbon-Neutral by 2050

13/2/2009 - 13/2/2009

Belgium - Brussels
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European Pellet Conference

25/2/2009 - 26/2/2009

Austria - Wels
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SEE Energy Forum 2009

26/2/2009 - 27/2/2009

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Cross Border Power Trading for the CEE and SEE markets

11/5/2009 - 6/11/2009

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