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Pipeline Politics
Pipeline Politics
The US Is Exposing Europe’s Divide on Nord Stream 2

New sanctions are exposing fault lines in the EU.

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Oil Starts Flowing Through the Dakota Access Pipeline

The pipeline will help ease supply bottlenecks coming out of North Dakota’s Bakken shale formation.

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Nord Stream 2 Gets Funded

Gazprom secured loans from a coalition of European companies, though the Russian firm will retain sole ownership.

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China Shores Up Its Overland Energy Supplies

A new oil pipeline deal with Myanmar will mollify Beijing’s energy security worries.

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Israel Plans a Pipeline to Europe

It’s an audacious project. But will it work?

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At Long Last, Keystone Gets the Federal Green Light

Still, several hurdles remain for the beleaguered project.

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Gazprom Gloats over Captive European Market

Gazprom’s deputy CEO claims a “renaissance” for his company’s fortunes in Europe.

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Trump Green-Lights Dakota Access Pipeline

Oil could start traveling the controversial project by June.

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Does Canada Still Need Keystone?

Trump’s support isn’t by itself enough to finish construction on the languishing pipeline.

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Keystone XL and DAPL Are Back

Keystone XL and DAPL never had much relationship with environmental health and safety.

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American high schools are giving out higher and higher grades even as real academic ability stagnates.

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Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic agree that the EU should stand closer with Israel.

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Greens might want to hold off on anointing Beijing as the next global green leader.

"I am your boss"

His critics are accusing him of Erdoganism Lite. Are they right?

Angela and Recep

A spat over detained human rights activists points to deeper festering problems.

Conceding Syria

There are good reasons to re-think U.S. commitments in Syria. But ending support to the rebels will pose real costs for no clear benefit.

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