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Neil Morris, CEO of the Faraday Institution. Alternative Fuels

Gas has role in powering EV batteries – Faraday CEO

Neil Morris, the new head of the UK research body, says gas-fired power still has a significant role to play as the world decarbonises.

9 August 2018
Policy & Regulation

Flexible gas could profit from German price spikes

Germany's shift to renewables could offer coal and gas a chance to profit in the near term.

8 August 2018
Companies & Finance

Gazprom suspends borrowing plans

Gazprom has suspended plans to borrow money from Western banks via London.

7 August 2018
A protest against fracking in the UK Exploration & Production

UK shale players welcome state help, but clock is ticking

The UK shale industry needs to prove it can produce sufficient resources cheaply and quickly if it wants to secure financing from the majors.

7 August 2018
Exploration & Production

Ireland needs LNG to replace falling gas output – Irish Academy of Engineering

Ireland needs to build an LNG terminal among other measures to guarantee its future energy security.

7 August 2018
Policy & Regulation

Some EU nations lagging on gas balancing rules – ACER

Some EU member states need to take further steps to meet the deadline for implementation of the Network Code on Gas Balancing of Transmission Networks.

6 August 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Bulgaria completes Trans-Balkan pipeline extension

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borisov inaugurated an extension of the Trans-Balkan Pipeline in southeastern Bulgaria on Friday.

6 August 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Italian government divided on TAP

The partners in Italys’ coalition government, M5S and Lega, are clashing over the future of the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline.

6 August 2018
The European Court of Justice building in Luxembourg Policy & Regulation

Energy Charter Treaty faces test after court ruling

The European Commission has increased pressure on EU member states to terminate bilateral investment treaties, which could lead to weaker investor protection under the Energy Charter Treaty.

6 August 2018
LNG

Europe can take US LNG without building new terminals – OMV CEO

Europe does not need to build new terminals to buy LNG from the United States, according to the chief executive of Austria’s OMV.

3 August 2018
A gas power plant in Spain. Pipelines, Storage & Power

Gas in good position to boost share of Spain’s power mix

With many of Spain’s coal-fired power plants expected to close in the coming years, gas seems well-placed to make gains in the generation mix.

2 August 2018
LNG

US and EU discussing up to 11 new LNG terminals – Trump

The United States is in talks with the EU about the prospect of building as many as 11 LNG terminals in Europe, US President Donald Trump said on Monday.

1 August 2018
Exploration & Production

Higher gas prices boost Q2 profits for Euro majors

Rising oil and gas prices allowed European majors to boost their profits over the quarter.

1 August 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Nord Stream back online early after shutdown

The Nord Stream gas pipeline, which connects Russia and Germany via the Baltic Sea, resumed operations on Monday following a scheduled maintenance shutdown that began on 17 July

30 July 2018
EU Energy Policy

Brussels OKs Greek capacity market

The European Commission has ruled that Greece’s planned market to remunerate flexible electricity generation capacity is in line with EU state aid rules

30 July 2018
Gas deliveries to the LNG terminal at Świnoujście, Poland LNG

Brussels continues mission to boost US LNG imports

Brussels is laying the groundwork to offer more funding to LNG import projects – mainly for sourcing supplies from the United States.

30 July 2018
Companies & Finance

Eni fails to meet analyst consensus with Q2 profit

Eni reported an adjusted net profit of €767 million for Q2 2018.

27 July 2018
The first Serbian section of the abandoned South Stream pipeline. Pipelines, Storage & Power

Gazprom enlists Saipem for Serbian pipeline project

The deal suggests Gazprom is moving ahead with its plan to connect the second leg of Turkish Stream to Western European markets.

27 July 2018
LNG

EU will build terminals to take more US LNG – Juncker

The EU will build additional terminals to import LNG from the United States.

26 July 2018
A gas-powered HGV. Gas for Transport

Snam’s DESFA buyout is positive for Greek NGV sector

The gas-for-transport sector has good prospects in Greece, and Italy’s Snam looks set to lead its development.

26 July 2018

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