Plans to install an FSRU in the Irish port of Cork could see a vessel ordered next year, with startup in 2020.
3 August 2017
Ireland’s gas output is showing signs of oversupplying domestic demand. A spot trading platform is being considered to absorb the extra gas.
13 February 2017
Brexit means Ireland’s energy supply security is becoming a major unknown, but LNG and gas storage could form part of Dublin’s solution.
8 February 2017
Combined-cycle gas turbines and renewables should benefit the most from Ireland’s efforts to adopt the EU’s Third Energy Package.
5 December 2016
Existing partnerships and greater involvement by state-run Sonatrach are expected to keep Algeria’s gas production ticking over.
23 November 2016
Despite a lack of investment, the mood in Ireland’s offshore remains upbeat as target exploration wells are making themselves known – albeit slowly.
2 November 2016
The announcement that a tax dispute in Algeria has ended with a major victory for Sonatrach may be bad news for other IOCs challenging the state-run company.
26 October 2016
Sound Energy has had encouraging results in Morocco’s Tendrara field and is on the road to bringing it to production.
11 October 2016
After nine months of production stoppages in Chergui, Tunisia is scrambling to reverse Petrofac’s alleged decision to leave by striking a last-minute deal with the unions.
23 September 2016
Algeria’s dwindling gas production has encouraged it to consider nuclear and shale to generate electricity, but both would be challenging.
20 September 2016
Although Tunisia plans to increase the share of renewables in its energy mix, the position of gas will be secure for a while yet, experts say.
16 August 2016
The Tunisian government will hope its newly drafted hydrocarbons code can help revitalise its fledgling gas sector despite public protests and an impending government reshuffle.
8 August 2016
If Providence Resources' Newgrange prospect delivers the goods it could be twice the size of Leman, the UK’s largest gas field.
3 August 2016
Algeria urgently needs regulatory reform to attract foreign investment, says former energy minister Nordine Ait-Laoussine.
12 July 2016
The predictability of wave and tidal electricity could see it reduce the need for the use of gas-fired power for baseload generation.
4 July 2016
Despite delays and funding gaps, Sonatrach’s plans to bring first gas to its projects in southwestern Algeria are beginning to bear fruit.
3 June 2016
New projects cannot make up for the rapid decline in Algerian gas reserves, according to a report by the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.
23 May 2016
High production costs have forced Algeria’s hand to negotiate better terms for IOCs in the face of security concerns at facilities such as In Salah.
4 May 2016
Territorial disputes have forced ETAP and OMV to ‘rearrange’ the pipe-laying schedule for the South Tunisian Gas Pipeline, sources have said.
22 April 2016
Ex-service personnel are increasingly moving up the management ranks in oil and gas companies to lead efficiency programmes.
22 March 2016