Category: Economy

In Europe, the Strategic Importance of Algerian Natural Gas

Summary Developing Algeria as a major natural gas exporter is an economic and strategic imperative for EU countries as North Sea production of the commodity enters terminal decline in the next decade. Algeria is already an important energy supplier to the...

Algeria, Still Avoiding Austerity

By: RICCARDO FABIANI. February 28, 2017   The protracted decline in oil prices has been a major source of concern for the Algerian authorities for some time. For almost fifteen years, high oil and gas revenues have maintained the stability...

How Europe can help preserve Tunisia’s fragile democracy

By Hamza Meddeb  SUMMARY Six years since the revolution, the success of democracy in Tunisia depends on those parts of the country where the popular uprising began: its ‘periphery’, whose regions lag far behind the country’s economically more developed coast....

The Road to Market Rebalance: Oil & Gas in 2017

We enter the new year with higher oil prices, but also the continued questions around the implementation of and compliance with announced OPEC and non-OPEC supply cutbacks, resurgent U.D. production, enormous stocks, potential increases from Nigeria, Libya, and elsewhere, still-enormous...

توقعات الطاقة في العالم لعام 2017

بقلم: د. أحمد قنديل رئيس برنامج دراسات الطاقة – مركز الأهرام للدراسات السياسية والاستراتيجية يستقبل المهتمون بقضايا الطاقة في العالم ومنطقة الشرق الأوسط عام 2017 بكثير من الترقب والحذر. حيث يمر العالم والمنطقة بفترة من التغييرات الهائلة وغير المسبوقة، لعل من...

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The Impact of Low Oil Prices on Algeria

Published by: Center of Global Energy Policy – Columbia – U.S.A By Gonzalo Escribano Wednesday, October 12, 2016 In a new report by the Center on Global Energy Policy, author Gonzalo Escribano outlines the degenerating security conditions in Northern Africa,...