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Exploration in Romania’s section of the Black Sea Pipelines, Storage & Power

Romania and Bulgaria prepare for BRUA-TAP link

A connection between the two pipeline projects would give Black Sea producers an alternative route to liquid hubs in Europe.

15 June 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Eastring finalising financial and commercial aspects – Topolánek

Eustream is working with its Hungarian, Romanian and Bulgarian counterparts on finalising the financial and commercial aspects of the Eastring pipeline project

14 June 2018
Dutch PM Mark Rutte called for a 55% CO2 reduction target for 2030 in Strasbourg this week Policy & Regulation

Europe scales up ambition on renewables

The EU has set a more ambitious renewables target for 2030, which brings both pros and cons for the gas industry.

14 June 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Construction delayed on Poland-Slovakia Interconnector

Construction of the Poland-Slovakia Interconnector will start in January 2019, an executive from Slovakian transmission system operator Eustream has said

14 June 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria to be ready by H1 2020 – govt adviser

Construction on the Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria pipeline will start in late 2018 and be completed by the first half of 2020

14 June 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Turkey-Bulgaria pipeline upgrade to be ready by end of June – Borisov

An upgrade on a pipeline between Turkey and Bulgaria will be ready by the end of June, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borisov said on Tuesday

13 June 2018
Exploration & Production

Wellesley Petroleum to drill exploration well in Norway’s North Sea

Wellesley Petroleum has received permission to drill an exploration well in production licence PL 248 I in the Norwegian section of the North Sea

13 June 2018
Policy & Regulation

European govts collect billions from gas sector – report

The gas industry brings in around €78 billion in annual tax revenues for European governments, a study commissioned by the IOGP says.

13 June 2018
LNG

Poseidon Med II project to boost Greek LNG hub ambitions

Greece hopes to become a regional LNG bunkering and distribution hub through the Poseidon Med II project

12 June 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

TANAP inauguration ceremony to be held in Turkey

The Turkish city of Eskişehir will host the inauguration ceremony for the Trans-Anatolian Gas Pipeline on Tuesday.

12 June 2018
An HGV being refuelled with LNG at Pontadera, Italy Gas for Transport

New German subsidies to boost gas for transport

Germany’s transport ministry has introduced a subsidy scheme for CNG and LNG heavy-duty vehicles that is expected to increase the uptake of gas as a vehicle fuel.

12 June 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

US backs Italy’s continued involvement in TAP

The United States has praised Italy’s participation in the construction of TAP.

11 June 2018
The Staudinger coal power plant, Germany EU Energy Policy

Coal still trumps gas in Europe despite carbon rally

Prices for EU carbon allowances have rallied in recent months but are still not high enough to provoke large-scale switching from coal to gas.

11 June 2018
Policy & Regulation

Sweden and Russia award construction permits for Nord Stream 2

Sweden and Russia have given permission to the company managing the Nord Stream 2 project to build and operate the pipeline in their respective territories

8 June 2018
Policy & Regulation

Italy to review involvement in TAP – Costa

Sergio Costa, Italy’s new environment minister, has said the country’s involvement in the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) is to be revised.

7 June 2018
Companies & Finance

Engie moves further away from fossil fuels with Langa acquisition

Engie has bought independent renewable energy company Langa Group.

7 June 2018
LNG

Portugal looking for more US LNG into Sines

Portugal is looking to expand the deepwater port of Sines so it can receive larger LNG cargoes from the United States.

7 June 2018
A Romanian gas power plant. EU Energy Policy

Romania’s coal sector faces heat as gas eyes chance

EU environmental legislation has put Romania’s coal sector under pressure, potentially paving the way for greater gas use in power generation.

7 June 2018
Policy & Regulation

South Stream subsidiary among Gazprom companies ordered to be seized

A Gazprom subsidiary in charge of building the Turkish Stream pipeline is among seven Gazprom subsidiaries due to be seized after a Dutch court on Tuesday.

6 June 2018
Supply & Demand

Gazprom and Austria’s OMV extend gas supply contract until 2040

OMV signed an agreement with Gazprom Export on Tuesday for the extension of its gas supply contract with the Russian company until 2040.

6 June 2018

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