Nord Stream 2 pipe segments in Finland. Policy & Regulation

MEPs challenge extension of EU gas laws

MEPs have voiced their disquiet over the proposed extension of the EU Gas Directive to pipelines from third countries.

By Andreas Walstad 19 January 2018
Companies & Finance

Shell invests in Applied Blockchain startup

Shell Trading International said on Thursday that it has bought minority stakes in the London-based startup Applied Blockchain, which focuses on distributed ledger technology and smart contracts.

19 January 2018
Companies & Finance

VNG looking to boost its Norwegian business

German oil and gas company VNG is looking at ways to maximise the value of VNG Norge, its Norwegian oil and gas exploration and production business.

19 January 2018
LNG

Black & Veatch delivers regas system for Exmar FSRU

Global EPC company Black & Veatch has delivered the regasification system for the world’s first barge-based FSRU.

18 January 2018
Exploration & Production

PGNiG discovers new gas deposits in the Podkarpackie area

Polish state-owned PGNiG has discovered new gas deposits in the Podkarpackie area in the south of Poland.

18 January 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

GRTgaz sees small rise in gross gas consumption on transmission network

French TSO GRTgaz recorded a slight increase in gross gas consumption on its transmission network in 2017.

18 January 2018
MEPS at a press conference EU Energy Policy

European Parliament backs tougher climate targets

MEPs have backed more ambitious energy and climate targets but will need support from EU countries if they are to be adopted.

18 January 2018
Exploration & Production

Norway awards record number of offshore licences

Thirty-four companies have been awarded a record 75 new production licences on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.

17 January 2018
LNG

Investors launch open season for planned German LNG terminal

The three companies behind Germany’s first LNG terminal will launch an open season starting on Wednesday to evaluate market interest in imports.

17 January 2018
LNG

Trafigura signs 15-year LNG supply deal with Cheniere

Cheniere Marketing has entered into an LNG sales-and-purchase agreement with Swiss-based Trafigura.

17 January 2018
Exploration & Production

Norway boosts gas sales in 2017

Norway produced more gas than expected in 2017 as a result of high demand from Europe.

17 January 2018
Companies & Finance

BP to add further Deepwater Horizon payouts to Q4 2017 results

BP will take a further charge of $1.7 billion in its Q4 2017 results because of higher-than-expected payouts from the Deepwater Horizon class-action lawsuit.

16 January 2018
Italian pipeline sections Pipelines, Storage & Power

TAP belts up for bumpy ride in 2018

Political protests and forthcoming elections in Italy risk delaying construction of the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline.

16 January 2018
Exploration & Production

North Sea Bruce, Keith and Rhum Fields have restarted – Serica

Production from the Bruce, Keith and Rhum gas fields in the North Sea has resumed following repairs to the Forties Pipeline System.

15 January 2018
The Patnow coal power plant EU Energy Policy

EU CO2 plans could lift gas-for-power demand

Critics say the EU’s proposal will threaten security of power supplies, undermine the ETS and require more gas-import infrastructure to be built.

15 January 2018
Policy & Regulation

German parties agree to drop 40% CO2 cut in coalition

A coalition government in Germany would drop plans to reduce the country’s carbon dioxide emissions by 40%.

12 January 2018
The GreenStream receiving terminal in Sicily. Policy & Regulation

Gas industry warns against extending EU market rules

Brussels’ attempt to extend its legal framework to cover pipelines from third countries is facing opposition from the gas industry.

12 January 2018
NAM pipelines in the Netherlands. Exploration & Production

Dutch government mulls further cuts at Groningen

NAM suggested on Wednesday that it could further cut production at the Groningen gas field after a strong earthquake hit the area.

11 January 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

SSE begins consultation for Ferrybridge gas-fired power plant

SSE has started consultation for a new gas-fired power plant in Yorkshire.

11 January 2018
The Polish LNG terminal during construction. Exploration & Production

PGNiG intensifies efforts to increase gas production

The company aims to reduce Poland’s dependence on Russian imports by increasing gas production in Norway and boosting its presence in the LNG market.

11 January 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Gazprom blocking Poland-Ukraine virtual reverse flows – PGNiG

PGNiG could use virtual reverse flows to increase gas supplies to Ukraine but is being blocked by Gazprom, PGNiG's vice president said on Wednesday.

10 January 2018

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