Eylül 8, 2018

ENERGY SECURITY THREATS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN WITH MARITIME DELIMITATION DISPUTES: TURKEY vs “CYPRUS”

In this study, the maritime delimitation dispute between Turkey and the Greek Cypriot administration will be defined and analyzed in the context of offshore activities in the Mediterranean. The aim of this paper has been […]
Ocak 9, 2016

THE LEGAL STATUS OF THE CASPIAN SEA: IMPLICATIONS ON CASPIAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSPORT

by Sohbet Karbuz: The Caspian Sea, the largest landlocked body of salty water in the world, is surrounded by five “Caspian States”: Russia in the north; Iran in the south; Azerbaijan in the west, and […]
Ocak 9, 2016

USING OIL SHALE AS AN ALTERNATIVE RAW MATERIAL FOR ENERGY PRODUCTION AND POTENTIALITY OF TURKEY

by Abdurrahman Murat: Oil shale is commonly defined as a fine-grained sedimentary rock containing organic matter (kerogen) that yields substantial amounts of oil and combustible gas upon destructive distillation (retorting). Most of the organic matter […]
Ocak 9, 2016

COAL COUNTRY POLICY 2016 TURKEY

by Haluk Direskeneli: Whereas coal constitutes a 25% share of the global energy supply market, second only to petroleum, which is the first in the global electricity generation market, with a share of 40%, locally, […]
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