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Word of rejected proposal comes as many Uzbeks shiver with no gas amid big winter freeze.
Can safety protocols be maintained in a poor country like Kyrgyzstan, where corruption is rampant?
President Berdimuhamedov may have put Turkish counterpart Erdogan’s nose out of joint by shelving pipeline interconnector proposal.
Ashgabat said to be signalling that “it won’t get out of bed for anything less”.
Try as it might, Beijing is unable to lock in Kazakh gas flows. Russian shipments via Uzbekistan might eventually be the answer.
Warning issued after accident at a power plant in northern Kazakhstan that left thousands without electricity amid freezing temperatures in the city of Ekibastuz.
Ukraine braces for its worst winter since World War 2, Kyiv’s Mayor Vitali Klitschko said, as the country suffers another wave of virulent Russian strikes.
Hit by high inflation, energy and labour costs, manufacturers hope to export away their problems.
Turkmenistan is finding new customers for its gas, while continuing to perform bizarre stunts for Guinness World Records. This and more in Eurasianet’s weekly briefing.
The plan is to turn waters from the Caspian Sea into clean hydrogen for export.
Delay to onset of heating season helping to protect European gas stocks despite weak flows of Russian gas.
Russia’s extreme strikes on Ukraine’s energy infrastructure this week have caused international outrage and concerns that the war-torn country will suffer a cold and dark winter.