Reports on Nord Stream See all →
GIS Dossier: Nord Stream 2
Nord Stream 2: The German perspective
Though most parties in Germany’s parliament support the Nord Stream 2 project, there is far from a consensus within the country: even the government doesn’t have a consistent policy. Still, Berlin sees benefits in having access to more gas supply than it needs, and the project wins votes in regions ...
The U.S.-German rapport: the transatlantic X-factor
German-American relations are at a low ebb. As seen from Washington, Germany is consumed by internal political strife and incapable of acting as a reliable partner in transatlantic policy. So, for the next few years at least, the United States intends to manage bilateral relations on a transactional basis. At ...
Inconsistent policies on Ukraine
The European Union has decided to prolong its ineffective sanctions on Russia. That’s hardly surprising, since no one has come up with any new solutions. Moreover, some countries, like Germany, make a strong stand for sanctions while at the same time supporting other initiatives – like Nord Stream 2 – ...
The U.S. shale revolution continues to alter gas markets
The shale revolution has transformed global gas markets and turned the United States into the world’s leading producer. Now a net LNG exporter, the U.S. has challenged established exporters and changed the old pricing order. Europe, which is increasingly reliant on gas imports, is turning to American exports to reduce ...
Report bundles related to Nord StreamSee all →
Shale gas revolution
The impact of U.S. shale gas is now being felt on world energy markets and in the geopolitical calculations of major players. So far, the disruptions have been greater than many have predicted. Gain insight and context on Shale gas revolution with this special offer.
Regular price: 35.80, you save 7.16 in bundle