Aura Sabadus earned her doctorate at King’s College London with a thesis on the impact of international pressures for reform, and of constraints arising from Russian energy security considerations on the liberalization of the Turkish natural gas sector. She is a senior journalist specializing in Eastern European and Turkish gas markets and a research associate of the London-based European Centre for Energy and Resource Security (EUCERS). She has written for numerous American, British and Turkish publications and also has taught courses on journalism and the deregulation of energy markets at British universities.
Energy Security

Bulgarian Infrastructure: A Bottleneck to Energy Security on NATO’s Eastern Flank?

Within the upcoming year the configuration of gas supplies in Eastern Europe is expected to change dramatically as Russian flows will be diverted via the TurkStream corridor and new sources of supply from the Caspian Sea or imported as liquefied natural gas (LNG) will be vying for regional markets.