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The One Big Problem With A Central Asian Energy Corridor — Alan Mammoser

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Update on Pipelinestan, here largely natural gas.It's all about controlling territory and both stocks and flows of resources with some big players (China, Russia, Turkey) involved along with the little players, the "stans." Turkey, especially, is an emergent power in the region.OilpriceThe One Big Problem With A Central Asian Energy CorridorAlan Mammoser for Oilprice.com

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Update on Pipelinestan, here largely natural gas.

It's all about controlling territory and both stocks and flows of resources with some big players (China, Russia, Turkey) involved along with the little players, the "stans." Turkey, especially, is an emergent power in the region.

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The One Big Problem With A Central Asian Energy Corridor
Alan Mammoser for Oilprice.com
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