NUR-SULTAN, Kazakhstan – Although some significant legal obstructions have been removed after the Caspian Sea agreement was signed last year, it is close to impossible to see how the economics of exporting Turkmen gas to Europe via a Trans-Caspian-Pipeline could work, energy experts told New Europe, adding that this would also apply to Kazakhstan, and indeed Nur-Sultan is focusing on two other export markets, Russia and China.

The Convention on the legal status of the Caspian Sea treaty was s...


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