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Scott Belinksi

Contributor since: 02 Aug 2013

Scott Belinksi

Scott Belinksi is an international energy consultant currently based in Moscow. His interests and areas of expertise include Eastern European politics, shale gas, deep-water drilling and big oil.

Latest articles from Scott

  • EC Investigation Calls into Question Sustainability of German Subsidies

    Published 08 November 2013 | viewed 11,643 times

    While the shale boom in the US has lowered electricity bills for consumers, Europeans are struggling to keep up with rising energy costs, in large…

  • Ukraine, Gazprom and the Return of Dmytro Firtash

    Published 16 October 2013 | viewed 11,077 times

    Russia’s surprising move to offer Kiev a ‘gas discount’ marks the return of Ukrainian oligarch Dmytro Firtash to the international energy scene, a move that…

  • A Precocious Dawn for the ITER Project?

    Published 02 September 2013 | viewed 13,842 times

    News from Cadarache, France, home of the ITER project’s experimental nuclear fusion reactor, seems promising. After two years of constant delays, rocketing cost estimations and…

  • Ukraine: The Energy To Change Course

    Published 03 August 2013 | viewed 5,989 times

    Twenty-two years after breaking free from the USSR, Ukraine is now attempting to do the unthinkable and permanently shake Russia’s hold on the country. The…

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