February 2022, Vol. 249, No. 2


Projects February 2022

US Voices Misgivings on EastMed Gas Pipeline, Greek Officials Say   The United States has expressed misgivings on a subsea pipeline designed to supply Europe with natural gas from the eastern Mediterranean, Greek government sources said.   Washington let its concerns be known recently in a note sent to Greece, another source told Reuters.   Competing claims over gas reserves in the eastern Mediterranean are a point of tension between Turkey and ethnically split Cyprus. Turkey opposes the pipeline project.   Greece, Cyprus and Israel have approved an agreement for the EastMed pipeline, which has been in planning for several years. The countries so

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