Old Triumphs, Tough Truths: Central Asia's Energy Hopes

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In person
S010 (Tsai Auditorium) CGIS South, 1730 Cambridge Street

The post-independence phase of Central Asian energy development, led by Kazakhstan, was a smashing success, with international companies developing the Tengiz and Kashagan oil fields, and the CPC and China gas pipelines opening new export vistas. Can this century's Central Asian leaders notch energy wins like their predecessors in a more challenging environment?


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