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Tatiana Serova

Contributor since: 18 Jan 2021

Tatiana Serova

Tatiana Serova is a freelance journalist and a Masters' student in International Energy and Journalism. She has experience working in newsrooms and for international organisations (OECD).

Latest articles from Tatiana

  • Leaked EU Report Reveals Ambitious Renewables Agenda

    Published 09 May 2021 | viewed 4,261 times

    The European Commission intends to ask EU Member States to make an additional effort to increase their share of renewable energy in the power mix,…

  • Will Covid-19 End The Oil Indexation Of Gas Prices?

    Published 01 May 2021 | viewed 11,767 times

    With a historic drop of 75 bcm in gas consumption, it would be legitimate to say that 2020 has been a turbulent year for natural…

  • China’s Shale Gas Industry Is Finally Taking Off

    Published 17 April 2021 | viewed 10,200 times

    During the first two months of 2021, the Chinese oil and gas giant Sinopec managed to bring 28 new shale gas wells on stream in…

  • France Pushes To Make Nuclear Power Mainstream In Europe

    Published 03 April 2021 | viewed 21,308 times

    Together with Eastern European leaders, French President Emmanuel Macron co-signed a letter calling on the European Commission to include nuclear energy in its Green taxonomy.…

  • Indonesia Dreams Of Becoming An EV Nation

    Published 27 March 2021 | viewed 4,049 times

    Indonesia is doubling down on its efforts to become an electric vehicle powerhouse just as the global demand for lithium batteries is predicted to jump…

  • Is The World’s Most Controversial Pipeline About To Pivot To Hydrogen?

    Published 22 March 2021 | viewed 91,179 times

    Keeping the position of key energy supplier to the Old Continent comes at a price. And it looks like it’s a price Russia is ready…

  • Will Air-Powered Vehicles Ever Become A Reality?

    Published 13 March 2021 | viewed 3,209 times

    In 2008, when the Indian company Tata Motors announced plans to commercialize a vehicle that would be fueled by air, many optimists believed that a…

  • Natural Gas Is Driving Decarbonization In India

    Published 23 February 2021 | viewed 10,988 times

    “Come and invest into India’s energy sector”. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s words, pronounced at the inauguration of a new gas pipeline on February 17th,…

  • Europe Divided Over The Future Of Nuclear

    Published 17 February 2021 | viewed 2,425 times

    In Western Europe, nuclear energy is being hit by a political and ideological storm. The refusal to integrate it into the “green investment” label of…

  • Australia To Build The World’s Largest Battery

    Published 08 February 2021 | viewed 8,116 times

    What if Australia could display the largest grid-scale battery in the world in two years from now? The company CEP Energy decided to take that…

  • Will France Abandon Nuclear Power?

    Published 01 February 2021 | viewed 18,466 times

    On Wednesday January 27th, the International Energy Agency (IEA) released a long-awaited report called “Conditions and requirements for the technical feasibility of a power system…

  • Why Gazprom Cut Gas Supply To Europe Amid Rising Prices

    Published 25 January 2021 | viewed 16,097 times

    Soaring natural gas prices in European markets could be seen as a boon for Russian giant Gazprom to increase its gas exports towards the Old…

  • Colombia Is Betting Big On Wind And Solar

    Published 18 January 2021 | viewed 4,216 times

    For Colombia, 2021 is starting with the promise of a boom in renewable energy generation. On January 14th, the Ministry of Finance announced the offering…

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