Tagged With Kazakhstan
EU refineries prepare for life without Russian crude
31 October 2022
European refiners have strong incentives to adapt to the technological and logistical challenges of the continent turning away from Russia
Between East and West: Central Asia at a crossroads
16 August 2022
The region holds huge gas and oil reserves, but getting those resources to market poses challenges
Kazakhstan seeks to chart own course
15 August 2022
It may be too soon to speak of a divorce between Russia and Kazakhstan. Yet the former’s invasion of Ukraine is sending shivers through Central Asia
The Kazakh Lion in winter
2 July 2020
Kazakhstan’s former long-time leader is approaching a landmark birthday. But he is resisting any temptation to mark it with a comeback
Lukoil makes inroads offshore
12 July 2019
Russian-Kazakh waters in the Caspian Sea are central to the company’s plans
Exit stage left for Nazarbayev
30 May 2019
Kazakhstan's president departs after decades of tight control. Could it kickstart a privatisation push?
Kazakhstan wakes to hydrocarbon promise
4 July 2018
After years of foot-dragging and energy policy flip-flopping, Kazakhstan is putting its oil and gas aspirations back on track
Powder keg year for geopolitics
9 March 2018
Iran, Venezuela and North Korea are all potential flashpoints in 2018
Opec's new partner
23 January 2018
Russian producers grudgingly adhered to the cuts and a stronger oil price helped perk up the economy
Caspian contagion risks
17 August 2017
A banking crisis is a short-term risk in a region bursting with energy developments
Caspian cuts
6 February 2017
The two producers have pledged to trim oil output but the long-awaited Kashagan project will probably boost the region's supply, not crimp it
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