A photo of Germany’s Reichstag in Berlin. Policy & Regulation

Germany puts energy debate on hold

German parties are split over their future energy plans but seem to be avoiding discussing it until after the election.

By Annemarie Botzki 22 September 2017
Companies & Finance

Hinkley Point C may be further delayed by strike threat

The UK’s Hinkley Point C nuclear power project may face further delays after two trade unions threatened to strike.

22 September 2017
Companies & Finance

Uniper refused ‘unsolicited’ takeover offer from Fortum

German energy company Uniper has rejected Finnish state-controlled Fortum’s attempt to acquire E.On’s 46.65% stake in the company.

22 September 2017
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Nord Stream gas flows restart following maintenance

Gas flows via the Nord Stream pipeline resumed on Thursday evening following annual scheduled maintenance

22 September 2017
Exploration & Production

UK may be on last decade of North Sea oil and gas – study

The UK’s North Sea oil and gas resources may run out within a decade, according to a University of Edinburgh study.

21 September 2017
Exploration & Production

Aker Solutions wins FEED contract for Troll gas field

Aker Solutions has been awarded a contract by Statoil for the design and engineering of a module at Norway’s Troll gas field.

21 September 2017
Companies & Finance

EU to help fund Polish gas pipeline

The EU will award a €79 million grant to part-fund the construction of the 130 km-long Zdzieszowice-Wrocław pipeline in southwest Poland.

21 September 2017
Gas for Transport

NGV rally leaves Lisbon bound for St Petersburg

A rally for natural gas vehicles under the Blue Corridor initiative started in Lisbon on Monday.

20 September 2017
Companies & Finance

Engie issues ‘green’ bond worth €1.25 billion

France's Engie has issued a €1.25 billion ‘green’ bond to finance renewable energy and energy efficiency projects.

20 September 2017
Storage site in Italy Pipelines, Storage & Power

France to regulate price for gas storage by April 2018

France is trying to improve the worsening economic conditions for its gas storage operators by introducing a regulated price mechanism.

20 September 2017
Global Markets

Southern Corridor TSOs expect gas demand growth

The TSOs of the nine countries in Europe's Southern Corridor Region expect a moderate increase in gas demand as gas-for-power takes hold.

20 September 2017
Companies & Finance

Total acquires energy efficiency company

Total has boosted its green credentials with the acquisition of GreenFlex, a fellow French company focusing on energy efficiency.

19 September 2017
Supply & Demand

Gazprom signs 10-year deal to supply Croatia with 1 bcm/y

Gazprom has signed a 10-year contract to supply 1 billion cubic metres of gas per year to Croatia from 1 October.

19 September 2017
The Lippendorf coal power plant in Germany. EU Energy Policy

Europe far off 2030 emissions target – Court of Auditors

Europe must overcome a number of obstacles to reach its climate targets for 2030 and 2050, according to the EU’s budgetary control watchdog.

19 September 2017
Northern Irish gas power station Policy & Regulation

Northern Ireland may need more gas-fired power

Delays to an interconnector and the potential end of the Single Energy Market are threatening Northern Ireland’s supply security.

19 September 2017
LNG

Lithuania opens test of LNG distribution station

Lithuania’s Klaipeda LNG terminal has started testing its LNG reloading station after receiving LNG from Shell’s Cardissa vessel.

18 September 2017
Exploration & Production

Statoil to drill sidetrack well on Verbier prospect

Norwegian company Statoil has decided to drill a sidetrack to the Verbier exploration prospect in the UK North Sea.

18 September 2017
LNG

Tender open for the construction of Croatia’s LNG terminal

LNG Croatia has opened a tender for engineering and construction works for its planned FSRU off the island of Krk.

15 September 2017
A power station in the UK EU Energy Policy

EU closes in on ETS reform, but Brexit remains a risk

Progress is being made towards reforming the EU Emissions Trading System, but Brexit poses a risk to future trust in the scheme.

15 September 2017
LNG

Shell cargo to Klaipeda delayed because of strong winds

An LNG cargo due to arrive at the Klaipeda LNG terminal in Lithuania early on Friday has been delayed by strong winds.

15 September 2017
Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg expresses elation at winning the country's election Exploration & Production

Norwegian election gives boost to gas producers

The results of Norway’s parliamentary elections provide a signal of stability to exploration companies in the region.

14 September 2017

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