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LNG Croatia invites bids for Krk FSRU infrastructure

LNG Croatia invited bids on Wednesday for the EPC contract for work on a jetty and auxiliary facilities

11 October 2018
Exploration & Production

Chevron becomes first major to leave Norwegian Continental Shelf

Chevron has agreed to transfer its 20% stake in exploration licence PL859 on the Norwegian Continental Shelf to Norway’s DNO

11 October 2018
Exploration & Production

Shell takes FID on Arran gas field

Anglo-Dutch major Shell has announced it has taken an FID on the Arran gas and condensate field in the UK North Sea

11 October 2018
Electric vehicles are set to gain from stricter CO2 limits Gas for Transport

EU nations water down CO2 limits for cars

EU nations have scaled down their ambitions on CO2 limits for cars and vans, but the electrification of the road transport sector looks set to continue.

10 October 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Gazprom in talks with Snam over Turkish Stream

Russia's Gazprom is in talks with Italian TSO Snam over transporting gas from the Turkish Stream pipeline

10 October 2018
LNG

German regulator clears Novatek and Fluxys to form LNG JV

Germany’s anti-trust regulator has cleared Novatek and Fluxys to form a joint LNG logistics venture at the port of Rostock

10 October 2018
Supply & Demand

EU gas import dependence up 10% in 2017

EU demand for gas imported from outside the union grew by 10% in 2017, ACER said in its annual gas market report.

10 October 2018
LNG

Uniper and RWE in talks with Qatar on German LNG terminal

Qatar Petroleum is in talks with German companies Uniper and RWE to invest in an LNG terminal in Germany, the company's CEO has said.

9 October 2018
Exploration & Production

Serica wins exemption to Iran sanctions for Rhum field

The United States has issued a licence and assurance for the Rhum gas field, according to a statement from Serica Energy

9 October 2018
A gas compressor station in Baumgarten Pipelines, Storage & Power

EU markets boost competition, but concerns remain

Europe’s gas markets are becoming more competitive and interconnected, but the underuse of pipelines means assets could become stranded.

9 October 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Second pipelaying vessel starts work on German section of Nord Stream 2

The Audacia pipelaying vessel started work on the German section of the Nord Stream 2 project on Saturday

8 October 2018
Exploration & Production

UK introduces new shale industry regulator and commissioner

The UK government has launched a new regulator for the country’s shale industry

8 October 2018
LNG

Cyprus invites bids to build LNG terminal

Cyprus has invited bids to design, build and operate an LNG terminal at Vasilikos Bay near Limassol.

5 October 2018
EU Energy Policy

EIB lends €100 bln to overhaul Hungarian power grid

The European Investment Bank will lend Hungarian power and gas company Magyar Villamos Muvek €100 million to modernise its power transmission network

5 October 2018
Exploration & Production

Cuadrilla to start fracking tests at Preston New Road site

Cuadrilla will start fracking tests in Lancashire within the next seven days, the company has said

5 October 2018
LNG

Shell and Gazprom sign framework agreement on Baltic LNG

Shell executive Maarten Wetselaar signed a framework agreement on Thursday on the joint design concept for the Baltic LNG project

5 October 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Verbundnetz Gas discusses Katharina UGS expansion project with Gazprom

The CEO of Germany's Verbundnetz Gas met Gazprom 's Alexei Miller to discuss the Katharina underground storage facility

5 October 2018
The Solitaire pipelaying ship at work on Nord Stream 2 Pipelines, Storage & Power

Nord Stream 2 has won its battle

The controversial pipeline, which many saw as doomed, has overcome its main obstacles and is now set to become reality.

5 October 2018
Global Markets

European customers looking to buy more Russian gas – Gazprom CEO

European buyers of Russian gas are discussing substantial increases in the volumes they purchase, Gazprom Chief Executive Alexei Miller has said

4 October 2018
The Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline in Azerbaijan Supply & Demand

Eastring could get Azeri gas to CEE at competitive prices

The bidirectional pipeline could take volumes from the Southern Gas Corridor into Central and Eastern Europe at prices competitive with Russian supplies.

4 October 2018

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