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March 2015

Energy world’s renowned expert joins Sisecam’s board

30 March in ENERGY, ENERGY ACADEMY

Anadolu Agency | 30 March 2015 By Arif Hudaverdi Yaman - Mehmet Ogutcu, an internationally-recognized energy expert, has been appointed to the board of management of Sisecam Group, one of Turkey's most energy-consuming companies Internationally-recognized energy expert, Mehmet Ogutcu, has been appointed to the board of management of one of the most established industrial and most energy-consuming organizations in Turkey, the Sisecam Group. The Sisecam Group is an industrial group and leader in the field of plate glass, glassware, glass packaging and chemicals. It employs 20,000 employees and exports to 150 countries. The company consumed...

LNG Bunkering In The Mediterranean

28 March in ENERGY, ENERGY ACADEMY

www.fc-gi.com | Researched and Produced by: Gas Intelligence Introduction So far Europe’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering activity has been focused around the north of the continent, Scandinavia and the Baltics. Pilot projects have developed in northern Europe, boosted by strong government support, infrastructure already in place and new environmental regulations, which came into force in January. There could also be huge potential to expand the sector in the Mediterranean for use in tourism and passenger ferries and...

More collaborative thinking needed on European gas markets

28 March in ENERGY, ENERGY ACADEMY

Hürriyet Daily News | March/28/2015 CONTRIBUTOR | MEHMET ÖĞÜTÇÜ - CHRISTIAN SCHWARCK There is a Chinese character that equates crisis with opportunity. We face such a situation as the energy market turbulence, created by the oil price collapse, declining investments and geopolitical tensions, is in full swing. The process of adjustment in the energy market is far from over. The European Union’s political leaders and mandarins in Brussels have grasped the opportunity to move forward with a series of new initiatives...

“China’s Energy Engagement with Central Asia and Implications for the United States”

28 March in ENERGY, ENERGY ACADEMY, GEOPOLITICS

origin.www.uscc.gov Testimony of Dennis C. Shea Chairman, U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission “China’s Energy Engagement with Central Asia and Implications for the United States” for the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Europe, Eurasia, and Emerging Threats Hearing on “The Development of Energy Resources in Central Asia” May 21, 2014 Chairman Rohrabacher, Ranking Member Keating, Members of the Subcommittee, thank you for the opportunity to testify today. Before I begin, l would like to note that...

EU considers Turkey energy partnership

19 March in ENERGY, ENERGY ACADEMY, GEOPOLITICS

[caption id="attachment_3753" align="alignleft" width="298"] Energy Minister Taner Yildiz speaks to reporters in Ankara recently. [AFP][/caption]turkey.setimes.com | 19/03/15 A new dialogue between Ankara and Brussels is fuelling hopes for new strategic energy partnerships. By Menekse Tokyay for SES Türkiye in Istanbul - The EU and Turkey launched a high-level energy dialogue on March 16th in Turkey's eastern province of Kars, in a move designed to improve co-operation at senior levels of government. The initiative is in response to global events that are...

Changıng market dynamıcs ın central asıa: declınıng russıan ınterests and an emergıng chınese presence

19 March in ENERGY, ENERGY ACADEMY, GEOPOLITICS

Caspian Center for Energy and Environment Policy Brief (CCEE) | March 2015 | No.13 Background Control over the transportation of energy resources from Central Asia to Europe is a crucial determinant in Russia’s energy and pipeline policies. Russia’s pipeline policies have long been designed to ensure energy power via control of regional transportation infrastructure. This strategy blocks strategic pipeline projects seeking to bypass Russia’s territory in the east-west direction from the Caspian Basin, and focuses on re-exporting natural...

Why Turkey is crucial to solving Europe’s gas conundrum

13 March in ENERGY, ENERGY ACADEMY, GEOPOLITICS

www.euobserver.com | 13 March, 2015   By WILLEM TH. OOSTERVELD AND SIJBREN DE JONG Europeans are said to lack geopolitical nous. They think too narrowly, and are loath to use coercive tools to achieve strategic objectives. The EU’s recent proposal to create an Energy Union was an opportunity for Europe to prove this sentiment wrong, and show that Brussels has ideas on how to link continental energy policy to geopolitical ends, and come up with a long-term solution to our...

The 3rd Caspian Corridor Conference European Bank for Reconstructıon and Development (EBRD) | 12 march 2015, London

10 March in ANNOUNCEMENTS

THE 3RD CASPIAN CORRIDOR CONFERENCE EUROPEAN BANK FOR RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT (EBRD) 12 MARCH 2015 London BUILDING A SECURE, DIVERSIFIED ENERGY AND ECONOMIC CORRIDOR FROM EUROPE TO ASIA AGENDA   8.30-9.15               OPENING WELCOME                                 The Rt Hon The Lord Mayor of London Alan Yarrow                                 Enzo Quattrociocche, Secretary General, EBRD                                 Sir John Boyd, Chairman, Asia House                                 Dr. Jahangir Hajiyev, Chairman, International Bank of Azerbaijan; Co-Chair, Britain Azerbaijan Business Council (BABC)                                 Gary Campkin, Director, International Strategy, TheCityUK   9.15-9.20              ...

Energy: A new world challenge and a complex dilemma for Turkey

02 March in BEC IN THE MEDIA, ENERGY, ENERGY ACADEMY, GEOPOLITICS

Hürriyet Daily News | March 2, 2015  MEHMET ÖĞÜTÇÜ The ongoing energy crisis, originating from the substantial and totally unexpected drop in the price of oil, is nothing like what we have seen before. The historic slide has roiled the energy sector, with fallout ranging from stalled oil and gas developments to bankruptcy filings and imbalances in consumer countries. The lack of new investments in production because of uncertainties could push prices much higher in 2017 and 2018...

“Petrolün 100 doların üzerine çıkması zor”

02 March in ENERGY, ENERGY ACADEMY, GEOPOLITICS

BUGÜN | 28.02.2015 Global Resources Partnership Grubu Başkanı Mehmet Öğütçü, petroldeki düşüşü yorumlarken “Devreye girmemiş muazzam petrol kaynakları var” dedi. OPEC’in bu nedenle üretimi kısmak yerine pazar payını korumayı seçtiğini belirten Öğütçü, yıl sonuna kadar 60-70 doların görülebileceğini belirtti. Röportaj: Perihan ÇAKIROĞLU Ener­ji, hem dün­ya hem Tür­ki­ye eko­no­mi­si­nin baş gün­dem mad­de­le­rin­den bi­ri­si. Üre­ti­ci ile tü­ke­ti­ci ko­nu­mun­da­ki ül­ke­ler ara­sın­da sü­re­ge­len pa­zar­lık­lar ve tar­tış­ma­lar da hiç bit­mi­yor. Ener­ji­nin her da­lı, ya­tı­rım ve je­opo­li­tik et­ki­le­riy­le her gün ha­ya­tın bir par­ça­sı olu­yor. Bu haf­ta­ki...

Türkiye enerjisi: Nereye gidiyoruz?

01 March in BEC IN THE MEDIA, PUBLICATIONS & MEDIA

Capital Dergisi | 01 Mart 2015 Mehmet Öğütçü | Enerjik Bakış Enerjisiz çarklar dönmüyor. Eksikliği ya da azlığı, fiyatının iniş çıkışı, sübvansiyonunun kısılması iktidarları devirebiliyor. Kaynaklar üzerindeki rekabet, sınır ihtilafları, boru hattı güzergahları ve münhasır ekonomik bölgelere giriş-çıkış komşularla sıcak çatışmalara ya da jeopolitik gerilimlere yol açabiliyor. Enerjinin “yumuşak karın” olduğu ülkelerin ekonomi, dış politika, güvenlik ve yatırım kararları birbirinden bağımsız alınamıyor. 2023’e kadar (mevcut görünümde pek gerçekçi olmasa da) dünyanın en büyük ilk 10 ekonomisi arasına girmeyi...

Doğu Akdeniz Gazı: Riskleri Fırsata Nasıl Çevirebiliriz?

01 March in ENERGY, ENERGY ACADEMY, GEOPOLITICS

Al Jazeera Türk Dergi | 1 Mart 2015 Mehmet Öğütçü | Londra Siyasi ihtilafların durulmaması, sık aralıklarla alevlenmeye devam etmesi Doğu Akdeniz’deki zengin gaz yataklarının ticarileştirilip refah ve güvenliğe katkı sağlamasına imkân vermiyor. Dünya ölçeğinde ‘oyun değiştirici’ değil. Ancak bölgeyi dönüştürme potansiyeli olan Doğu Akdeniz doğal gaz kaynakları, jeopolitik gerilimlerin yanı sıra dünya gaz sektöründe yaşanan arz bolluğu, bölgedeki Güney Gaz Koridoru, KRG (Kürdistan Bölgesel Yönetimi) gazı gibi diğer mevcut rakip projelerin süratle ilerlemesi, ABD’nin LNG (sıvılaştırılmış doğal gaz)...