Energy security

Qatar competes with Gazprom

By Kim Shtern

Recently, the growth of Qatar hydrocarbon exports to Europe has been clearly observed. According to statistics, more than a quarter of the consumed in the countries of the European Union (EU) liquefied natural gas (LNG) is delivered from Qatar. The construction of an LNG terminal in Poland began, where, from 2014, Qatargas plans to supply annually

Nuclear Waste Storage and Climate Change: What should we expect?

Olga Ulybina, PhD, Post-doctoral Research Fellow WZB Berlin Social Science Center, Research Fellow Cambridge Central Asia Forum

Nuclear power is an energy source that could help to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reduce the scale of climate change by replacing carbon intensive coal and gas-fired power stations. However, with the production of nuclear energy comes the production of nuclear waste.