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The CCS research centre in Mongstad, Norway Exploration & Production

The gas industry must look outside Europe to survive

The gas industry needs to accept reality and find a new role outside Europe if it wants to prosper in a low-carbon future.

18 May 2018
LNG

France’s Fos Cavaou terminal to offer LNG bunkering from 2019

Elengy’s Fos Cavaou LNG terminal on France’s Mediterranean coast will offer bunkering services from June 2019

18 May 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Gazprom will find it hard to avoid TPA rules for Turkish Stream 2 – Borchardt

The Russian company will have to apply for a specific route before the European Commission will consider exemption from TPA rules.

17 May 2018
Gas for Transport

EU proposes CO2 emission limits for large trucks

The European Commission has released its first-ever proposal for carbon dioxide emissions standards for heavy-duty vehicles such as large trucks

17 May 2018
Exploration & Production

Total to exit South Pars without Iran sanctions waiver

Total has confirmed it will exit Iran’s South Pars project if it cannot secure a waiver from sanctions imposed on Tehran by the United States.

17 May 2018
An LNG cargo arriving at Grain LNG LNG

Grain LNG thinks small to support terminal expansion

Grain LNG is building a small-scale facility for bunkering in an attempt to increase LNG demand and support its expansion plans.

17 May 2018
Krk in Croatia LNG

Croatian FSRU faces further delays after downsizing

The Krk project may take up to 10 more months to be completed, pushing the commissioning date from January 2020 back to October 2020, sources say.

17 May 2018
An LNG tanker at the Gate terminal LNG

Europe likely to miss out on second wave of LNG

Europe may struggle to tap new LNG flows scheduled to come onstream after 2022, experts say.

16 May 2018
A train delivers pipeline sections for Nord Stream 2 Pipelines, Storage & Power

Nord Stream 2 investors ponder options in Polish probe

Polish competition watchdog UOKiK appears to be trying to force Nord Stream 2’s Western partners to withdraw from the project.

16 May 2018
Gas for Transport

Edison to invest in gas and LNG filling stations – exec

Edison is interested in investing in LNG and gas filling stations in Italy.

16 May 2018
Companies & Finance

Portugal’s EDP rejects China Three Gorges takeover bid

EDP has rejected a €9.07 billion takeover offer from China Three Gorges as too low.

16 May 2018
Exploration & Production

Norway’s gas and oil production drops in April

Oil and gas production from the Norwegian Continental Shelf fell in April compared with the previous month.

16 May 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Pressure group complains to Finnish court over Nord Stream 2

Environmental group ClientEarth has submitted a complaint to a Finnish court in a bid to halt the construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline

15 May 2018
Companies & Finance

Lower power prices and margins weigh on RWE Q1 results

RWE saw a fall in profits in Q1 2018 compared with the same period last year, the German power giant has said.

15 May 2018
Companies & Finance

China Three Gorges makes €9 bln offer for Portugal’s EDP

China Three Gorges launched a €9.07 billion bid for control of Portugal’s EDP on Friday

14 May 2018
LNG

Croatia prepares new law to fast-track Krk FSRU

The Croatian government has submitted a draft law to parliament to speed up construction of the country’s planned Krk LNG terminal,

11 May 2018
Companies & Finance

UK will need to recruit 40,000 oil and gas workers by 2035 – report

The UK will need to recruit more than 40,000 people into the oil and gas industry over the next 20 years, according to a new report

11 May 2018
Pipes being produced for nord stream 2 Pipelines, Storage & Power

Polish probe increases pressure on Nord Stream 2

Poland’s competition authority has launched legal proceedings against Nord Stream 2, but it remains to be seen if it has a strong enough case to intervene.

11 May 2018
Policy & Regulation

Poland’s UOKiK challenges Nord Stream 2 backers

Poland’s UOKiK has launched proceedings against Gazprom and its European partners over a potential breach of anti-monopoly laws regarding Nord Stream 2.

10 May 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

New protests hit TAP construction site in Italy

There were new clashes around the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline’s construction site in San Foca in Puglia on Thursday

10 May 2018

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