Tagged With Tim Crawford
Vostok Oil: Russia’s sleeping giant
23 July 2024
Rosneft’s Arctic megaproject is happening despite sanctions, a lack of foreign investment and OPEC+ restrictions. But it will take a long time for its colossal potential to be realised
Moving Russian LNG into the shadows
14 June 2024
Russia may be looking to create a dark fleet of LNG carriers to get around sanctions on Arctic LNG 2, but it will be hard to replicate its success with shadow oil tankers
Gazprom: from boom to bust
28 May 2024
Lacking either the ability to generate cash for the Kremlin or serve as its geopolitical tool, Gazprom has lost its purpose
Uzbekistan’s privatisation push bears fruit
15 May 2024
Five years ago, Uzbekistan turned to a private company called Saneg to reverse the fortunes of its oil industry. Results so far are encouraging, and according to CEO Tulkin Yusupov, further progress is on the way
Russia makes gas inroads in Central Asia
17 April 2024
Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan provide opportunities after Europe turns it back, while also offering another gateway to China
Russian refining under siege
26 February 2024
Ukraine is striking deeper into Russian territory as it seeks to disrupt its enemy’s oil supplies, but the impact remains limited
Trials and tribulations for Russian LNG
19 February 2024
Novatek may have completed Arctic LNG 2’s first train on time, but the harder part will be securing buyers and shipping cargoes as Washington seeks to halt Russia’s LNG expansion
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