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Is there a world gas glut ?

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July 2017
Marie-Claire Aoun

This podcast is performed by Ms. Marie-Claire Aoun. director of the Center for Energy at the French Institute for International Relations (Ifri) and lecturer at Paris Dauphine University. This podcast tackle the current situation of the gas market ans the medium term and the long term prospectives both from the supply side dans the demand side with a focus on Europe.

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