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South African President Cyril Ramaphosa making his State of the nation address in February.
LNG

Clock ticking on restart of South Africa’s LNG tender

The country's energy minister has said the IRP will be approved in March – and it will need to be if the LNG import tender is to restart in time.

By Leigh Elston 20 February 2019
A cargo heading to Japan from Wheatstone LNG in Australia LNG

Japan’s portfolio players need LNG export equity

Japanese companies need to expand their involvement in LNG export projects to compete as portfolio players.

The Power of Siberia pipeline under construction Supply & Demand

Gazprom speeds up Power of Siberia exports to China

Russian gas flows to China along the Power of Siberia pipeline will begin nearly a month early, at the start of December, but both sides hope to start up even earlier.

EU and UK flags outside the Houses of Parliament, EU Energy Policy

EU carbon prices fall as Brexit looms

Prices for EU carbon allowances have traded lower recently, denting hopes that prices will rise to fuel-switching levels across Europe in the first half of the year.

Interviews

Hungary's Paks nuclear power plant

Hungary eyeing Ukraine transit and Turkish Stream

Energy Minister Péter Kaderják confirms Hungary is working on an interconnector with Serbia but is aiming to receive gas both from Turkish Stream and via Ukraine.

Infographics

Ukraine’s gas imports fall on storage use

Ukraine imported less gas in 2018 than it did in previous years as a result of better utilisation of storage facilities.

Opinion

A platform off Romania's coast

BRUA pipeline shows new signs of life

A new capacity auction may boost the prospects for the Bulgaria-Romania-Hungary-Austria pipeline, as well as for proposed projects offshore Romania.