Iraq, Russia, and LNG expected to be year's top OGJ news topics

Iraq, Russia, and liquefied natural gas will be the major news topics of 2004, say the writers and editors of Oil & Gas Journal, who look forward to a year of progress in technical subjects ranging from clean fuels to deep drilling.In Russia as in the US, the year's news will be strongly shaped by politics. Both countries have presidential elections this year. And both enter 2004 under the heavy influence of political events late in 2003.Casting a long shadow forward in Russia is the October jailing of OAO Yukos Chief Executive Officer Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a politically active critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin. And questions loom in the US about whether Congress can pass com...

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