OGEL special issue on Cross-Border Pipelines published
13 July 2011
The aim of this OGEL special issue is to promote the debate about cross-border pipelines from various perspectives.
International attention to the issues concerning cross-border pipelines has been on the rise over the last decade. The number of cross-border oil and gas pipeline projects recently completed or being currently developed, planned or discussed is continuously growing, mostly as a result of the increased concerns about security of energy supply, demand and diversification. The question of secure and reliable transit has become also of paramount importance because of the increased distances between traditional markets and petroleum producing countries, many of which are landlocked.
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