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Greece interested in joining Turkish Stream

Greece is interested in joining Gazprom’s Turkish Stream gas pipeline project and in transporting Russian gas to southern Europe, a Kremlin aide has said.

5 December 2018
Hungary's Paks nuclear power plant Pipelines, Storage & Power

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.

5 December 2018
Exploration & Production

Tlou completes top-hole drilling at Lesedi CBM project

Tlou Energy has successfully completed top-hole drilling for wells 3, 4 and 5 at its Lesedi CBM project in Botswana on schedule and within budget

5 December 2018
Companies & Finance

Ghana pays $150 mln of its WAGP debt

Ghana has paid $150 million of the $230 million it owes to the West African Gas Pipeline Co

5 December 2018
LNG

ADNOC signs agreement with Inpex to explore LNG bunkering

ADNOC has signed a framework deal with Japan’s Inpex to explore the opportunities for LNG bunkering in the UAE

5 December 2018
The Incheon LNG terminal in South Korea. LNG

LNG prices pose long-term problem for Asian buyers

LNG in Asia needs to be priced considerably cheaper than it is now for the fuel to stand a chance of making in-roads into the region’s energy mix in the long term.

5 December 2018
Policy & Regulation

Emissions rise on higher oil and gas use

Carbon emissions from advanced economies are set to rise in 2018 for the first time in five years, partly as a result of rising oil and gas use, according to the IEA.

5 December 2018
LNG

Chinese LNG plants cut prices to challenge imports

Seventeen Chinese LNG plants cut their prices last week to make their supplies more competitive against imported cargoes from terminals.

5 December 2018
Pemba in Mozambique, the intended site of the country’s oil and gas logistics base. LNG

Mozambique LNG players on the clock to outline scale-up plans

Mozambique’s LNG operators have just over six years to submit plans for monetising the rest of the Rovuma Basin gas.

4 December 2018
Exploration & Production

Philippine court rules against Palawan’s Malampaya claim

The Supreme Court of the Philippines has ruled Palawan province is not entitled to a share of earnings from the Malampaya gas project.

4 December 2018
LNG

Yamal LNG ships 100th cargo

Yamal LNG plant in the Russian Arctic has shipped its 100th tanker-load.

4 December 2018
LNG

CNPC starts building third phase of Rudong LNG terminal

CNPC has started building the third phase of its Rudong LNG terminal in China’s Jiangsu province.

4 December 2018
Exploration & Production

CNPC subsidiary has produced 50.5 mtoe in 2018

CNPC’s Changqing Oilfield subsidiary has produced 50.15 mtoe of oil and gas so far this year.

4 December 2018
Alternative Fuels

Indian LPG uptake reaches 89% of households

The share of Indian households using LPG reached 89% in October 2018 – a huge increase from the figure of 56.2% recorded in April 2015

4 December 2018
Exploration & Production

Japan lodges protest against Chinese drilling in East China Sea

Japan has lodged a protest with China against exploration taking place at a gas field in a contested area of the East China Sea.

4 December 2018
Alternative Fuels

Taipower to delay return of unused Lungmen fuel rods

Taiwan’s state power company will postpone the return of unused fuel rods intended for use at Taiwan's mothballed Lungmen nuclear plant to the US.

4 December 2018
LNG

Papua LNG could start producing in 2024

Production from Papua LNG could begin in 2024, the managing director of Total E&P PNG has said.

4 December 2018
LNG

CNOOC has sold 1 mt of LNG from Putian this year

CNOOC had sold 1 mt of LNG from its Putian terminal in Fujian province this year as of 29 November.

4 December 2018
A gas compression station in Baumgarten in Austria Exploration & Production

Hungary-Austria link interest reopens case for BRUA

OMV Petrom still sees BRUA – and not BRUSKA – as the preferred export route for its Black Sea gas. Now an EU regulator could call for a new auction on the ditched Hungary-Austria interconnector.

4 December 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Capacity increased on fourth Shaanxi-Beijing pipeline

The transmission capacity of the fourth Shaanxi-Beijing gas pipeline has been increased to 21.2 bcm/y

4 December 2018

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