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Elektronik Siyaset Bilimi Araştırmaları Dergisi
Die Elektronische Zeitschrift für politikwissenschaftliche Studien
Electronic Journal of Political Science Studies
Haziran 2012 Cilt:3 Sayı:2
Juni 2012 Vol:3 Num:2
June 2012 Vol:3 No:2
Article Name: Challenges of European Union's Energy Policy in the Central Asia and Caspian Region
Author: Martin MALEK
Abstract

There is no serious research denying that EU's energy sector will become increasingly reliant on imports. In particular, Europe's vulnerability in its dependence on Russian gas and oil is obvious. One of the most important energy security challenges facing the EU over the years to come will be its ability to diversify the sources and modes of transit of its energy imports. The EU could try to use the massive potential of the Central Asia and Caspian Region (CACR) as an energy supplier. However, nearly two decades after the collapse of the Soviet Union there are still only a few routes for bringing energy resources from the region to Europe. The Nabucco pipeline is the EU's flagship project with regard to the CACR, but Russia does its best to derail it. Furthermore, the article outlines some other crucial aspects of the energy policy in and around the CACR as well as the possible impacts of shale gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG).


Keywords: European Union, Russia, Energy Policy, South Caucasus, Caspian Basin, Frozen Conflicts

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