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There is more to the Syrian conflict than meets the eye - Syria’s transit future: all pipelines lead to Damascus?

There is more to the Syrian conflict than meets the eye - Syria’s transit future: all pipelines lead to Damascus?

cryptome@freelists.org

There is more to it than meets the eye when it comes to Syria. I have seen many good people talk about security but none appear to have nailed it so far.

Kurdish oil flowing to Turkey to boost KRG's autonomy

 Kurdish oil flowing to Turkey to boost KRG's autonomy

Ozgur Kucuk, Istanbul, Today's Zaman

18 August, 2013

The completion of a controversial pipeline that will transport Iraqi Kurdistan's oil to Turkey might bring about major changes in Iraqi Kurds' relations with Baghdad on the one hand and with Turkey on the other.

Cyprus, Greece and Israel Sign Energy Accord

 Cyprus, Greece and Israel Sign Energy Accord

The countries also expressed support for a private project that will link them with an electricity cable.
By Arutz Sheva
First Publish: 8/8/2013

Silvan Shalom
Silvan Shalom

Cyprus, Greece and Israel signed a deal on Thursday to cooperate over energy and aiming at securing Europe's energy supply.

Iraqi Kurdistan opens official crude oil trade route via Iran

 Iraqi Kurdistan opens official crude oil trade route via Iran

Reuters, Arbil, Today's Zaman

7 August, 2013

Iraq's Kurdistan region is exporting crude oil by truck to an Iranian port for shipping to Asia, industry sources say, using a trade route that is likely to anger both Baghdad and Washington.

Will spring arrive in Armenia before winter?

 Will spring arrive in Armenia before winter?

Mehmet Fatih Oztarsu

7 August 2013

Will spring arrive in Armenia before winter? <br><i>by</i> <b><br />
Mehmet Fatih Öztarsu*</b>

The economic woes plaguing Armenia have contributed greatly to the development of the Armenian culture of protest. With every passing day, Armenians have begun to become more informed and to see in themselves the real ability to run and direct their own country.

OPEC Nations Seek Cash For Solar Shift

 OPEC Nations Seek Cash For Solar Shift

Staff Writers Abu Dhabi, Aug 06, 2013

Saudi Arabia, the world's largest oil exporter, plans to invest more than $100 billion to generate about 41,000 megawatts from solar energy, or a third of its total power output, by 2032.

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