Watching the World: Greece seeks energy title

With reserves of just 6 million bbl of crude oil and 35 bcf of natural gas, Greece hardly counts as one of the world’s heavyweight energy contenders.But Development Minister Dimitris Sioufas says participation in several important international energy projects nonetheless makes his country a real contender as a major East-West energy link.Sioufas, who had a ringside seat at the latest round of International Energy Agency talks in Paris, and his Italian counterpart, Claudio Scajola, recently signed a protocol for linking their countries with a subsea pipeline to carry natural gas from the Caspian Sea region.Sioufas also noted a related agreement with Turkey to begin construction of a...

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