Using this graphic and referring to it is encouraged, and please use it in presentations, web pages, newspapers, blogs and reports.
For any form of publication, please include the link to this page and give the cartographer/designer credit (in this case Philippe Rekacewicz)
Kazinform; World Press Review; Pravda; Ria Novosti; Agence France-Presse (AFP); United States Department of Energy (USDOE), Energy Information Administration (EIA); Radio Free Europe - Radio Liberty (RFE-RL); Asian Development Bank; Eurasianet; Interstate Oil and Gas Transport to Europe (Inogate); Transport Corridor Europe-Caucasus (Traceca), European Union, Tacis programme, 2005; Energy Map of the Middle East and Caspian Sea Areas, Petroleum Economist, London, 2006; International Energy Agency (IEA); Jean Radvanyi and Nicolas Beroushashvili, ‘Atlas’, Institut national des langues et civilisations du Caucasus orientales (Inalco), to be published at the end of 2007; Saltanat Berdikeeva and Erin Mark, ‘Russian energy politics’, Eurasia21, 2006; Nabucco, Energy ministers conference ‘Security of gas supplies in Europe’, Vienna, June 2006
Uploaded on Saturday 25 Feb 2012
Major oil pipeline projects
A number of oil pipelines are currently under study or construction in the Balkans: the US registered Albanian-Macedonian-Bulgarian Oil Corporation (AMBO) project will carry oil from the Caspian to the Mediterranean, via Bulgaria, Macedonia and Albania; the Adria Group project will channel Russian oil to the Omisalj terminal on the Croatian coast.