October 9, 2012

U.S. Gas Boom May Clip Russia's Wings

Peter Glover, The Commentator

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The seismic tremors of the US shale gas boom are not only rattling the Kremlin’s confidence in the future of Russia’s energy empire, but they could prove fatal to the country’s gas giant, Gazprom.

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