CENTRAL ASIA: Conflict and terrorism fears add to economic worries

(EnergyAsia, April 23 2017, Sunday) — Its once high-flying economies battered by two years of contraction, Central Asia is now waking to the growing threats of political instability, homegrown terrorism, and increased superpower manouvering in its backyard.

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CENTRAL ASIA: TAPI pipeline project inches forward despite growing headwinds

(EnergyAsia, April 14 2017, Friday) — Proponents of an 1,800-km pipeline to deliver natural gas from Turkmenistan to Afghanistan, Pakistan and India remain hopeful the project will be built despite running up against a continuous tide of political, financial and security challenges.

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CENTRAL ASIA: Gas exporters hit as China delays plan to expand pipeline capacity

(EnergyAsia, April 3, 2017, Monday) — Central Asia’s weakening economic confidence has been further battered by reports that China has indefinitely delayed the planned expansion of a major pipeline network to import natural gas from the region.

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