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Maroš Šefčovič at a press briefing following the talks on Monday.
EU Energy Policy

Clock is ticking for Ukraine-Russia transit deal

Time is running out for securing a new transit contract between Russia and Ukraine after 2019, with the negotiations being impeded by a sensitive geopolitical backdrop.

By Andreas Walstad 22 January 2019
Indonesia's Lampung FSRU. LNG

Indonesia offers to collaborate on Cambodian LNG project

The proposal, made by Indonesian Vice President Jusuf Kalla, could help Cambodia reduce its reliance on diesel and oil for power generation.

The South Stream project was halted after the commission said its IGAs were incompatible with EU law. (Gazprom) EU Energy Policy

Romania raises the stakes with revised EU Gas Directive

Romania is trying to push through changes to the directive that would give the European Commission more power to intervene in negotiations between EU states and third countries such as Russia.

The Tangshan LNG terminal in China. Pipelines, Storage & Power

CNPC to dig deep in search for more gas storage capacity

Ease of access and economics explain why China’s biggest gas supplier appears to be more interested in underground facilities than LNG terminal tanks for meeting its storage needs.


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.


LNG sales at Tianjin terminal hit record high

The CNOOC terminal sent out an average of 513 truckloads of LNG per day last week, marking a record high.


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.