A new oil pipeline deal with Myanmar will mollify Beijing’s energy security worries.
It’s an audacious project. But will it work?
Still, several hurdles remain for the beleaguered project.
Gazprom’s deputy CEO claims a “renaissance” for his company’s fortunes in Europe.
Oil could start traveling the controversial project by June.
Trump’s support isn’t by itself enough to finish construction on the languishing pipeline.
Keystone XL and DAPL never had much relationship with environmental health and safety.
But U.S. shale gas could start heading Europe’s way in volume later this year.
Less crude traveling by pipeline just means more crude traveling by rail. That’s a danger to public health.
More than three-fifths of America’s fuel pipelines were built before 1970. That’s a problem.
Time to unpack the irony.
Beijing is ready to invest in Saudi Aramco.
Venezuela seems headed for a boiling point while Maduro doubles down on Chavismo
Now that Dmitry Medvedev knows beyond a reasonable doubt that he is being attacked, he will ruthlessly clean house when he gets his hands on the throne. And his enemies know he knows who they are.
Japan’s rise, and the reactions it provokes in capitals across the Pacific Rim is one of the key dynamics to watch as the Trump Administration gets its own footing in the region.
The California State Auditor has delivered a damning assessment of the management practices at the single largest university system in the United States.