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Gazprom Loses Court Battle With Ukraine

It was a much-needed victory for Kyiv.

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Poland Finds a Friend in US Shale

Warsaw just purchased its first cargoes of American LNG.

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Balkan Pipeline is Russia’s Latest Euro-Problem

Bulgaria and Greece are building a pipeline to help Europe reduce its dependency on Russian gas.

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Russia Prepares to Battle US LNG for Europe

Fearful of U.S. shale, Gazprom is sweetening deals for its gas supplies to Europe.

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Poland Plans to Cut Out Gazprom

Warsaw doesn’t plan on signing another long-term contract with Gazprom once its current deal ends in 2022.

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Gazprom’s Future Is Looking Grim

The Russian state-owned gas firm Gazprom is being squeezed by supply, demand, and domestic political pressures.

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Warsaw Weakens Gazprom’s Grip

A new LNG import terminal and a proposed pipeline to Norway could help Poland diversify away from Russian gas.

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Gazprom Goes Hat in Hand to China for a Loan

Russia’s state-owned gas company Gazprom just secured a 2 billion euro loan from the Bank of China.

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Should Gazprom Imitate Saudi Arabia?

A Russian state bank’s chief economist thinks Gazprom is able to start offering discounts, a move that could help the company keep its EU customers.

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Will Gazprom Start a New Price War?

To keep its share of its most important market, Gazprom may have to start cutting prices for its European customers.

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