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EU debate on gas pipeline directive heats up

The debate on whether to extend the EU Gas Directive to cover pipelines coming from third countries such as Russia has intensified.

By Andreas Walstad 23 February 2018
Exploration & Production

Statoil discovery in Barents Sea

Norwegian major Statoil, along with partners Eni and Petoro, has made a significant oil discovery in the Havis prospect in the Barents Sea.

9 January 2012
Exploration & Production

EnQuest takes 20% in Kraken

London-listed EnQuest has taken a 20% stake in the Kraken discovery in the UK North Sea, according to UpstreamOnline on Monday.

9 January 2012
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Gazprom Energy consolidates UK power business

Gazprom Energy has signed a power purchase agreement with UK renewable player Infinis, furthering the company’s wider strategy of becoming a leading player in Europe’s power sector.

9 January 2012
Exploration & Production

ExxonMobil, Petrom kick-start Romanian drilling

United States supermajor ExxonMobil and OMV-subsidiary Petrom have started drilling on the first deep-water exploration well in the Romanian section of the Black Sea.

9 January 2012
LNG

Norwegian LNG vessel recieves northern sea route approval

Norwegian shipping company Knutsen has received provisional approval from Russian authorities to transport LNG via the northern sea route in the recently built tanker Ribera del Duero, a source at the

9 January 2012
Exploration & Production

Power generation will bolster emerging gas markets, says Repsol

Could Australia be the next big thing in gas? The answer is, most probably not, but the gas market can expect to witness some changes in the short to medium term – and that will certainly involve ex

6 January 2012
Companies & Finance

Hoegh LNG mandates banks to arrange project finance facility for FSRU

Norway's Hoegh LNG has mandated two banks to help arrange a project finance facility for the Medan floating, storage and regasification unit being built for use offshore Belawan in North Sumatra, Indo

6 January 2012
EU Energy Policy

Austria and Hungary: Europe’s energy hubs

Austria and Hungary: Europe’s energy hubs

5 January 2012
Companies & Finance

Services giants to co-operate on contracts

A co-operation agreement between Petrofac and Schlumberger highlights the growing market for production enhancement contracts

5 January 2012
Policy & Regulation

Estonia plans further attempts to liberalise its gas market

The Estonian government endorsed amendments to the law on Thursday designed to make the country’s gas market more competitive and reduce dependence on Russian giant Gazprom, according to a report pu

5 January 2012
Exploration & Production

Croatian government pulls exploration tender at the final hour

The Croatian government has decided to cancel a tender for 14 exploration blocks in the north of the country less than 24 hours before Thursday’s bid deadline.

5 January 2012
Exploration & Production

International firms circle Croatian exploration licences

Bids are due this week for 14 exploration licences in northern Croatia put out to tender by the newly elected government late last year after the country's only integrated energy company INA lost its

4 January 2012
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Czech regulator committed to retaining transit importance

The Czech Republic's Energy Regulatory Office (ERO) has outlined the need to ensure a strong north-south axis for gas transit in a bid to maintain an important regional transmission role for the count

4 January 2012
Exploration & Production

Aurelian snaps up more Polish shale gas acreage

Aurelian Oil & Gas has expanded its Polish gas and shale gas reserves, after the Ministry of Environment awarded the London-based explorer two new licences.

4 January 2012
EU Energy Policy

Challenges ahead for the Energy Community

Interfax asked the chairman of the Energy Community, Slavtcho Neykov, about the challenges ahead for improving competition and security of gas supply in non-EU countries.

4 January 2012
Exploration & Production

International firms circle Croatian exploration licences

Bids are due this week for 14 exploration licences in northern Croatia put out to tender by the newly elected government late last year after the country's only integrated energy company INA lost its

4 January 2012
Policy & Regulation

Czech regulator committed to retaining transit importance

The Czech Republic's Energy Regulatory Office (ERO) has outlined the need to ensure a strong north-south axis for gas transit in a bid to maintain an important regional transmission role for the count

4 January 2012
Exploration & Production

Aurelian snaps up more Polish shale gas acreage

Aurelian Oil & Gas has expanded its Polish gas and shale gas reserves, after the Ministry of Environment awarded the London-based explorer two new licences.

4 January 2012
EU Energy Policy

EU enters key year for internal energy market

A string of new EU regulations that will affect the gas industry are likely to come into effect in 2012, potentially making it a key year in the creation of an internal energy market for Europe.

3 January 2012
Exploration & Production

UK dishes out 46 new licences

Shell and GDF Suez are among the companies to reap rewards in the UK’s latest oil and gas licensing round for the UK’s portion of the North Sea.

3 January 2012

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