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Kazakhstan Oil Exporters Relieved as Russian Court Lifts Ban on Pipeline  
July 13, 2022

Kazakhstan Oil Exporters Relieved as Russian Court Lifts Ban on Pipeline  

By Paolo Sorbello
Most of Kazakhstan’s oil exports go through the Caspian Pipeline Consortium, which has been targeted by Russian courts. 

Tokayev Looks to Caspian to Diversify Oil Export Routes
July 08, 2022

Tokayev Looks to Caspian to Diversify Oil Export Routes

By Catherine Putz
Kazakhstan is again looking to the potential of a Trans-Caspian pipeline, but do plans to diversify oil export routes just hitch the Kazakh economy further to a doomed fossil fuel industry?
BP Declined to Dive Back into Kazakh Oil Fields
March 15, 2021

BP Declined to Dive Back into Kazakh Oil Fields

By Catherine Putz
Last week, KazMunayGas published a letter sent by BP in October 2020 backing out of negotiations as the company looks to focus on renewables.

Russia, Iran, Others Debate How to Split Caspian Oil Riches
August 13, 2019

Russia, Iran, Others Debate How to Split Caspian Oil Riches

By Alexander Vershinin
The convention signed last year still has not been ratified by Russia or Iran.

What Comes After the Caspian Sea Deal?
December 05, 2018

What Comes After the Caspian Sea Deal?

By Stanislav Pritchin
Successful realization of the opportunities opened by the deal will depend on political will among the Caspian littoral states.

Caspian Sea Dispute Settled on the Surface
August 13, 2018

Caspian Sea Dispute Settled on the Surface

By Catherine Putz
The landmark agreement settles some Caspian Sea issues, but leaves others open for further discussion.

Settling the Caspian Issue and Realizing the Trans-Caspian Energy Corridor
July 10, 2018

Settling the Caspian Issue and Realizing the Trans-Caspian Energy Corridor

By Fabio Indeo
Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan’s aims to diversify their energy export markets got a boost recently.
Russia's Security Inroads With Turkmenistan
November 24, 2017

Russia's Security Inroads With Turkmenistan

By Samuel Ramani
Beyond economic relations, Moscow and Ashgabat are increasingly seeking security cooperation.

No, Europe Won't Get Turkmen Gas by 2019
June 02, 2017

No, Europe Won't Get Turkmen Gas by 2019

By Casey Michel
Turkmenistan’s no closer to seeing its gas reach the European markets it once envisioned.

Watch the Throne: Trans-Caspian Pipeline Meets Succession Politics in Kazakhstan
February 16, 2017

Watch the Throne: Trans-Caspian Pipeline Meets Succession Politics in Kazakhstan

By Nicholas Trickett
Pipelines and politics, both foreign and domestic.

Is a Winter Oil Production Freeze in the Works?
November 01, 2016

Is a Winter Oil Production Freeze in the Works?

By Catherine Putz
OPEC promises a plan November 30, but in the meantime members and non-members dither on cuts and freezes.
Why the Trans-Caspian Transport Route Matters
February 11, 2016

Why the Trans-Caspian Transport Route Matters

By Catherine Putz
The route avoids Russia, plays into the opening of Iran and pleases China.

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