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Pipeline Politics
Pipeline Politics
LNG Isn’t Freeing Europe from Gazprom Yet

But U.S. shale gas could start heading Europe’s way in volume later this year.

Pipeline Politics
Dakota Pipeline Protests Putting More Crude on Trains

Less crude traveling by pipeline just means more crude traveling by rail. That’s a danger to public health.

Pipeline Politics
Old Pipes Threaten American Energy Security

More than three-fifths of America’s fuel pipelines were built before 1970. That’s a problem.

Pipeline Politics
What TurkStream Means

Turkey gets discount gas, but Russia gets to turn the screws on Ukraine while securing its hold on the European market—for now.

Pipeline Politics
Canada Proposes a National Carbon Price

Not all of its provinces are thrilled.

Pipeline Politics
Why Is Gazprom So Intent on Nord Stream 2?

It’s a big geopolitical gamble, with huge potential upsides for the Kremlin.

Pipeline Politics
Bottlenecks Threaten Energy Security in Northeastern US

Natural gas production is rising quickly in the northeast, but pipeline bottlenecks are holding the boom back.

Pipeline Politics
Polish Regulators Stymie Nord Stream 2

It’s far too soon to call the project dead, as Gazprom defiantly says it will forge on alone.

Pipeline Politics
Nord Stream Divides Opinion, Inside Germany and Out

A top German politician in Angela Merkel’s ruling coalition had some harsh words for the proposed Nord Stream 2 pipeline.

Pipeline Politics
NIMBYism and Green Bias Keeps New England Power Rates High

An important pipeline project—meant to ease a natural gas bottleneck in New England—was scrapped this week.

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Walter Russell Mead & Staff

The real stumbling block to Democratic legislative power.

brave new world

An Australian account of China’s gains doubles as a bleak assessment of Obama’s legacy in the region.

Crude Economics

London is using both carrot and stick to keep offshore oil output up.

Greeks Bearing Debts

Greece’s recurrent crisis is the result of bad Greek and German decisions alike. Only one is in year eight of a depression as a result.

Frack Baby Frack

Abundant shale gas brought natural gas prices to historic lows—and made the US a net exporter of the hydrocarbon.

WRM Elsewhere

Walter Russell Mead tackles the question.

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