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Eurasia Review: US Russia sanctions could have negative impact on EU energy security

Dr Chi Kong Chyong, Research Associate and Director of Energy Policy Research Group (EPRG) at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on the US’s Russia sanctions and what impact these could have on energy security in Europe. “There is no single…

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Euractiv: Consequences of Gazprom’s commitments on Central and Eastern European gas markets

Dr Chi-Kong Chyong, Research Associate at the Energy Policy Research Group (ERPG), writes about the current energy regulatory system in Europe in the light of an investigation into Gazprom’s suspected violations of EU antitrust rules. “More generally, in light of…

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EU Observer: Nord Stream: The sequel

Chi Kong Chyong, director of the Energy Policy Forum at Cambridge Judge Business School, and David Reiner, Senior Lecturer in Technology Policy at Cambridge Judge, discuss the expansion of Gazprom's Nord Stream gas pipeline. “Gazprom is in dire need of…

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Azer News: Iran a decade from supplying gas to Europe

Chi Kong Chyong, a research associate at Cambridge Judge and director of the Energy Policy Forum at the University of Cambridge, says that Iran as a source for Europe’s flagship Southern Gas Corridor is not a viable proposition, at least…

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MENA Focus: Never ending story of opportunities: Caspian blue energy is salvation for EU

In order to diversify away from its Russian-gas dependence, the energy rich Caspian states need to step in. Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan can offer game-changing potentials for energy consumers in Europe and Asia, writes Gulgiz Dadashova. Cambridge Judge’s Chi…

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Azer News: Never ending story of opportunities: Caspian blue energy is salvation for EU

In order to diversify away from its Russian-gas dependence, the energy rich Caspian states need to step in. Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan can offer game-changing potentials for energy consumers in Europe and Asia, writes Gulgiz Dadashova. Cambridge Judge’s Chi…

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Penza News: Turkish stream project success promises benefits, profits to many South-Eastern EU countries

Penza News investigates what challenges and opportunities will bring the construction of an extension pipeline to the Turkish Stream project. Cambridge Judge’s Chi Kong Chyong, thinks that the new project far surpasses the South Stream from a commercial and rational standpoint:…

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Sputnik News: Experts believe planned gas hub in Turkey may change its image in Europe

If a gas hub for Gazprom is created in Turkey, this may change Europeans' view of the country, say academics from the Energy Policy Research Group (EPRG) at the University of Cambridge. Dr Chi-Kong Chyong, a Research Associate of the…

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