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1 New IAGS report: G-7 leaders must face hard truths on energy security Administrator
2 The Sino-Russian gas deal – not the "loss of China" Gal Luft
3 The Sino-Russian gas deal Gal Luft
4 Lord Howell: British fracking policy – a change of direction needed Lord David Howell
5 Lord Howell: Russian Gas is the Realistic Option for Europe Lord David Howell
6 Energy in Transition: The Sahara Wind Power Project Khalid Benhamou
7 Oil in the Hourglass: The Energy-Conflict Nexus in the South China Sea Blaise Zandoli
8 Asian Oil Markets in Transition Adi Imsirovic
9 Will Korea be the next Ukraine? Gal Luft
10 Doing the Numbers on European Natural Gas Security Kevin Rosner
11 Squandering America's Gas Bonanza Gal Luft
12 Competition Announced for Innovation in the Transportation Fuel Sector Editor
13 Critical Infrastructure Cyber Security: An Interview with Dr. Vincent Berk Editor
14 Israel’s Zero Gas Option: Take II Gal Luft


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