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Joshua Posaner

Turkish Stream on course for post-coup revival

Turkish Stream could be about to make a dramatic resurgence as the leaders of Turkey and Russia prepare for an ice-breaking summit in early August.

27 July 2016 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power

Polish regulator opposes Nord Stream 2

Poland’s regulator dealt a blow to Gazprom’s Nord Stream expansion on Friday, deciding against recommending state support for the project.

25 July 2016 Europe & Russia / Policy & Regulation

Boost for Balticconnector as EU commits to funding

EU funding looks set to push the Balticconnector pipeline through to completion by 2020 as the prospect of a second regional LNG terminal recedes.

20 July 2016 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power

Delay to Brussels’ OPAL decision stymies Gazprom

While Gazprom waits on another delayed decision over its use of the OPAL pipeline, another option for transit from Nord Stream is taking shape.

18 July 2016 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power

Nord Stream 2 good for energy security – report

Professor Andreas Goldthau argues expanding Nord Stream could boost Europe’s energy security, with the European Commission yet to play its hand as the key arbiter.

15 July 2016 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power

Turkish Stream back on agenda, but problems persist

The proposed Turkish Stream pipeline still faces many of the same obstacles despite the thaw in Russo-Turkish relations.

12 July 2016 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power

Ukraine’s gas imports stagnate in Q2

Ukrainian imports continued to flatline in the second quarter of this year, but the country is edging closer to a supply deal with Russia.

6 July 2016 Europe & Russia / Supply & Demand

Russia-Ukraine deal close, but key issues remain

Ukraine could be about to restart imports of Russian gas this month, but it will be unable to use multilateral bank funding.

4 July 2016 Europe & Russia / Supply & Demand

Poland's PGNiG bets on post-Brexit London

PGNiG is looking to set itself up as an LNG trader in London following the arrival of the maiden cargoes to its Baltic Sea terminal.

30 June 2016 Europe & Russia / LNG

Lithuania puts brave face on Gazprom judgment

Lithuania may have ultimately lost its arbitration case against Gazprom, but the country’s politicians argue they have already won in their effort to break the Russian exporter’s monopoly.

27 June 2016 Europe & Russia / Policy & Regulation

Political chaos leads to uncertainty in Croatia

Croatia is hoping to reboot its exploration industry amid political chaos, starting with onshore work at six blocks in its northern Slavonia region.

22 June 2016 Europe & Russia / Exploration & Production

Russia eyes Med but will keep Ukraine transit – Putin

Ukraine’s gas transit system was under discussion on the sidelines of the St Petersburg International Economic Forum last week.

20 June 2016 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power

Baltic LNG deal could beat technology challenge

The possibility of deals being made concerning Russia’s proposed LNG export projects will take centre-stage at the St. Petersburg Economic Forum this week.

15 June 2016 Europe & Russia / LNG

Slovakia and Bulgaria find alignment on Eastring

Bulgaria and Slovakia appear to have ratcheted up development of the proposed Eastring pipeline loop with an MOU signed in Sofia last week.

13 June 2016 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power

Poland could buy Russian gas at Belarus border

Mooted Polish plans to scrap Russian gas imports after 2022 could trigger a new supply arrangement that would see Gazprom sell gas at the Belarusian border.

8 June 2016 Europe & Russia / Policy & Regulation

Naftogaz and Gazprom in dialogue over gas restart

A letter proposing a nine-month return to Russia/Ukraine gas trading could lead to another winter package deal between the two countries.

7 June 2016 Europe & Russia / Global Markets

Ukraine imports continue to fall between Jan-May

Statistics show Ukraine is continuing to cut its imports so far in 2016, while transit volumes of Russian gas return to normal.

7 June 2016 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power

PGNiG, Gazprom ready for new gas contract meeting

Gazprom officials have confirmed there will be a new meeting this week aimed at settling the company’s arbitration case with Poland’s PGNiG.

1 June 2016 Europe & Russia / Policy & Regulation

Poland gears up for its own age of LNG

After some delay, Poland is finally gearing up to receive commercial cargoes of LNG this summer.

27 May 2016 Europe & Russia / LNG

Russia and Belarus at odds over debt and pricing

Belarus and Russia are on course for a summer of discord over the pricing and debt associated with their bilateral gas supply agreement.

24 May 2016 Europe & Russia / Global Markets

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