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Index
Abkhazia, 149
Abramoff, Jack, 177, 225
Abramovich, Roman, 225
Sibneft and, 104, 112, 123–24, 225, 230
sports team purchase by, 204
Access Industries, 66, 225
Aeroflot, 103, 134, 174, 203
Afghanistan, 50–54
Africa, 181
Agroprombank, 67–68
Albats, Yevgenia, 195
Albright, Madeleine, 70
Alekperov, Vagit, 61, 65, 85, 125, 197, 225, 230
Alfa Bank, 64, 66, 107, 226
Algeria
gas from, 4, 7, 47, 166, 178, 179
GECF and, 179
OGEC and, 164, 165
Alitalia, 203
Alkion Securities, 65
Allison, Graham, 52
aluminum industry, 110
Amoco, BP and, 70, 86
Ananenkov, Alexander, 183
Anderson, Richard J., 165
Anglo-Persian Oil Company (today’s BP), 25, 44
Anglo-Suisse, 84
APG. See associated petroleum gas
ARAMCO Consortium, 21
Arcelor (Benelux steel company), 203, 229
Arctic locations, 71–72. See also Sakhalin
Arkos, 28
Armenia, 150, 152
Arosgas Holding, 147
Asia, pipelines in, 162–64. See also specific countries
Asiatic Petroleum, 28
Aslund, Anders, 73
asset stripping, 79
Gazprom and, 104, 139–41, 143
Yukos and, 107, 111, 112
associated petroleum gas (APG), 186
auction royalty system, for oil production, 23
Austria, 168
NABUCCO, Hungary and, 9–10, 155–56
pipeline and, 9–10, 153, 154
reliance on Russian gas, 166
Azerbaijan. See also Baku, Azerbaijan
gas and, 9, 151, 153–55, 160–61
independent state of, 25
petroleum production in, 34
Azneft, 27
Badger, 27
Baikal Finance Group, 120, 122
Bakhmina, Svetlana, 116, 117, 225
Baku, Azerbaijan
kerosene from, 17–19
occupation/control of, 24–25, 27, 33
oil production in, 17–25, 27, 30, 31, 34, 39, 40, 228
pipelines and, 20, 26, 149, 154, 160–61
Second, 31
balance of trade, Soviet, 29–31
Balggand-Bacton pipeline (NetherlandsGreat Britain), 167
Balkan Energy Cooperative Summit, 49
Balkans, 154. See also Trans-Balkan Oil Pipeline
Balkenende, Peter, 167

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