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With frequent discoveries of energy resources in remote and undeveloped areas, the importance of transnational oil and gas pipelines is set to grow ever more prominent. This study dissects the diplomacy involved in cross-border energy transportation. Omonbude presents a unique analysis of the shifts in bargaining powers, and the increasingly powerful role played by the transit country in pipeline agreements. His research offers fundamental insights into the possibility of reward mechanisms for transit countries, which would significantly reduce the possibility of pipeline disruptions during operation.
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