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Chechnya: the pipeline front

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Abstract

This article examines the impact of the Russian campaign against Chechnya on projects for oil and gas pipelines from the new Caspian republics, which are seeking financial support. Topics discussed include the pipeline transport of oil from Azerbaijan through Chechnya to the Black Sea, the use of oil money to finance the war, the push for non-Russian export routes, the financing of pipelines, the impact of the war on the supply of Russian and Turkmenistan gas to Turkey, the proposed construction of the Trans Caspian pipeline, the weakening of trust between Russia and its neighbours, and the potential for trans Caucasus republics to look to western backers due to the instability of the North Caucasus. (UK)
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Publication Date:
Nov 01, 1999
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
EDB-00:023017
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Energy Economist; Journal Issue: 217; Other Information: PBD: Nov 1999
Subject:
02 PETROLEUM; FINANCING; PETROLEUM INDUSTRY; PIPELINES; NATURAL GAS INDUSTRY; CONSTRUCTION; PLANNING; RUSSIAN FEDERATION; CAUCASUS; WARFARE
OSTI ID:
20025826
Country of Origin:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: ISSN 0262-7108; EYETDM; TRN: GB2020041
Submitting Site:
GB
Size:
page(s) 6-9
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Anon,. Chechnya: the pipeline front. United Kingdom: N. p., 1999. Web.
Anon,. Chechnya: the pipeline front. United Kingdom.
Anon,. 1999. "Chechnya: the pipeline front." United Kingdom.
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abstractNote = {This article examines the impact of the Russian campaign against Chechnya on projects for oil and gas pipelines from the new Caspian republics, which are seeking financial support. Topics discussed include the pipeline transport of oil from Azerbaijan through Chechnya to the Black Sea, the use of oil money to finance the war, the push for non-Russian export routes, the financing of pipelines, the impact of the war on the supply of Russian and Turkmenistan gas to Turkey, the proposed construction of the Trans Caspian pipeline, the weakening of trust between Russia and its neighbours, and the potential for trans Caucasus republics to look to western backers due to the instability of the North Caucasus. (UK)}
journal = {Energy Economist}
issue = {217}
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month = {Nov}
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