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Caspian upstream: 2015 in review

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2015 was a challenging year in the Caspian. Governments have been forced to depreciate currencies and revise budgets as a result of the low oil price. Furthermore, lower gas demand in China and Russia has forced Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan to find alternative ways to monetise its gas reserves. Despite this, some positive developments prevail.

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  • 2015 was a challenging year in the Caspian
  • However, some positive developments prevail

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