Gazprom has monopolized Europe’s market for natural gas
A minimum of 45,000 new jobs
‘The fact that the US is exporting LNG in either direction, however, will increase US geopolitical clout.’
‘At first I thought this was some kind of a joke’
Canadian and American natural gas exports allow our European allies to reduce their dependence on Russia.
‘He still attends the annual investor meetings’
The European Union says it “has a major opportunity to improve its energy security” by buying American LNG.
American LNG exports to Europe have the potential to save America’s allies from Russian aggression.
‘Buying only from Russia we are standing only on one foot’
‘Everything that has gone wrong is from Gazprom’
‘Struggles in accessing foreign funding may affect investments in oil production’
Sanctions also a top concern
‘I don’t know what God was thinking about when he was handing out hydrocarbon, but he gave it to all the world’s bastards’
‘To maintain European dependence on imported Russian gas’
Diplomacy is about more than tweets.
Only four months ago, Gazprom sent Russia’s first oil platform to the environmentally sensitive region
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev gave the statement at a meeting of ambassadors in Moscow, a rare admission by the Kremlin of the possibility of Iran’s nuclear intentions
According to a new poll, 55% of Russians prefer to pay money in order to ‘solve problems’ that the government can take care of
Still emerging from a battering during the global financial crisis, Russia’s path can lead to either anti-corruption reforms or a continuation of flawed policies that hamper its development
After a dismal showing at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev expects a different result when Russia hosts the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. On Monday, March 1, 2010, Medvedev mandated that Russian Olympic officials quit or be fired due to placing 11th in the medals table and earning only three golds. Russia’s performance paled in comparison to the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy, where Russia placed fifth with 22 medals, eight of which were gold.