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Pipelines, Storage & Power

Gasunie launches first hydrogen-converted pipeline

Dutch transmission system operator Gasunie brought its first hydrogen pipeline into operation on Friday, the company said in a note.

30 November 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Nord Stream 2 hits 300 km mark

A total of 300 km of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline has been built so far, Russia’s Gazprom said on Friday

30 November 2018
LNG

RWE to buy more US LNG

German utility RWE plans to buy more LNG from the United States after signing two contracts this year to import US volumes

30 November 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

PGNiG takes FID on Baltic Pipe

Poland’s state-owned PGNiG has taken an FID on the Baltic Pipe project

30 November 2018
LNG

Shell to receive first LNG at Gibraltar unit in early 2019

Shell will take delivery of first LNG at at its small-scale regas unit in Gibraltar in 2019.

29 November 2018
Gas for Transport

Gasum to expand capacity of Finnish biogas plant

Finland’s Gasum plans to expand the processing capacity of its Topinoja biogas plant in the city of Turku to make it the second-largest such facility in the country

29 November 2018
Pipe stringing in Greece for the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline Pipelines, Storage & Power

South Stream Lite raises supply problems for Greece

Turkish Stream and its proposed extension into Europe may not offer Gazprom enough capacity to honour its supply contract with Greece.

29 November 2018
Exploration & Production

UK’s first CCS project to be operational by mid-2020s

UK Business and Energy Minister Claire Perry has announced the country’s first CCS project will be operational by the mid-2020s.

28 November 2018
Work on Turkish Stream Pipelines, Storage & Power

Gazprom faces wait on CEE access for Turkish Stream

The planned extension of the Turkish Stream pipeline into Central and Eastern Europe will not come onstream until January 2021.

28 November 2018
Exploration & Production

Turkey starts Mediterranean drilling programme

Turkey has started preparatory work for shallow-water drilling in the Mediterranean Sea

27 November 2018
Exploration & Production

Serinus Energy announces delays to startup at Romania’s Moftinu plant

Canadian oil and gas company Serinus Energy said on Monday that technical issues have delayed the startup of its Moftinu gas plant in Romania.

27 November 2018
A nuclear power plant in Belgium EU Energy Policy

EU states go their own way on nuclear

Some European countries are forging ahead with nuclear power even as others are trying to move away from it.

27 November 2018
Gas for Transport

Snam signs partnership agreement with SEAT

Italy's Snam and Spanish car manufacturer SEAT have signed an agreement to promote vehicles fuelled by CNG and renewable gases

26 November 2018
Alternative Fuels

Drax launches bioenergy CCS pilot project

UK electricity generator Drax commissioned a bioenergy carbon capture and storage pilot plant at its power station in North Yorkshire

26 November 2018
The OLT FSRU LNG

Rising LNG imports boost Italy’s hub plans

Italy has changed the way capacity at the Livorno LNG terminal is allocated, a move that is attracting more cargoes and pushing down prices at the PSV hub.

26 November 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

TANAP and TAP connect at Greece-Turkey border

TANAP and TAP have been linked on the banks of the Maritsa river on the border between Greece and Turkey.

23 November 2018
Exploration & Production

OMV Petrom makes new discovery in Southern Romania

OMV Petrom, the Romanian subsidiary of Austria’s OMV, has made a new gas discovery in Valcea county in southern Romania.

23 November 2018
Policy & Regulation

EU reaches draft agreement on power blackouts

The EU institutions have reached a provisional deal aimed at strengthening cross-border cooperation to prevent power blackouts in Europe.

23 November 2018
Gas infrastructure belonging to Romanian state-owned Romgaz Policy & Regulation

Self-serving Romania tests Brussels’ patience

Romania’s Transgaz has received an EU grant for its ambitious grid expansion. But while the EU give funds, the government takes special dividends.

23 November 2018
European Chief Brexit Negotiator Michel Barnier (left) hands the draft withdrawal agreement to EU Council President Donald Tusk. EU Energy Policy

State aid poses challenge for post-Brexit energy market

A Europe-wide level playing field on state aid rules after Brexit seems a prerequisite for a well-functioning internal energy market, but can it be achieved?

23 November 2018

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