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1 Iraq's Oil Police Nicolai Due-Gundersen
2 The Hydrocarbon Potential of the Republic of Cyprus and Nicosia’s Export Options Dr. Theodoros Tsakiris
3 Ten years after the Northeast Blackout: How secure is our grid? Gal Luft
4 Islands in the Stream: The Compressed Natural Gas Grid as an Energy Security Enhancer Michael Hallett
5 The Underbelly of Eastern Mediterranean Gas Sohbet Karbuz
6 Protecting Offshore Oil and Gas Installations: Security Threats and Countervailing Measures Dr Mikhail Kashubsky
7 Reliable and Sustainable Power Grids: Interview with Mr. Terry Boston Editor
8 Book Review: Shale Gas: The Promise and the Peril Mark Donig
9 Israel's Zero Gas Game Gal Luft
10 What does America's shale gas revolution mean for China? Gal Luft


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