The COP 21 climate summit in Paris, 2015 EU Energy Policy

Energy industry awaits EU’s revised climate strategy

The EU’s long-term energy and climate strategy is seen as outdated and will have to be revamped to match the ambitions of the 2015 Paris climate summit.

By Andreas Walstad 20 April 2018
Companies & Finance

Reabold Resources to invest in Romanian explorer Danube Petroleum

ADX Energy has finalised an agreement with Reabold Resources for it to invest $2 million in ADX subsidiary Danube Petroleum.

29 March 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

UK-Belgium transmission volumes up 20%

Gas transit between Belgium and the UK increased by 20% in 2017 compared with 2016.

29 March 2018
Drax power station, UK Policy & Regulation

The policy patchwork jeopardising EU carbon reform

Stakeholders are calling on Brussels to increase its monitoring of national policies that could undermine reform of the EU ETS.

29 March 2018
The Baumgarten gas hub in Austria Pipelines, Storage & Power

Progress continues on BRUA despite concerns

The 4.4 bcm/y Bulgaria-Romania-Hungary-Austria gas pipeline is making progress, but doubts are mounting over its economic rationale.

28 March 2018
Global Markets

European gas demand and CO2 emissions on the rise

Both gas consumption and carbon dioxide emissions rose in Europe in 2017, the IEA says.

28 March 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

German section of Nord Stream 2 approved

Germany has now fully approved Nord Stream 2 for construction and operation within its EEZ.

27 March 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Ukraine to assess demand for reverse-flow transit on Trans-Balkan Pipeline

Ukrtransgaz has launched a non-binding assessment procedure to appraise interest in firm capacity at the Isaccea-1-Orlova entry point on the Trans-Balkan Pipeline

27 March 2018
Global Markets

EC invites comments in TenneT antitrust case

The EC has comment on TenneT’s proposed commitments to increase cross-border electricity capacity between Germany and Denmark.

27 March 2018
LNG

Turkey offers alternative LNG source to CE Europe

With LNG projects in southeast Europe still uncertain, regional countries may look to Turkey as an alternative.

27 March 2018
Supply & Demand

Statoil reaches record production in 2017

Norwegian oil and gas company Statoil produced record high volumes of oil and gas in 2017, with output reaching 2.08 million barrels of oil equivalent per day

26 March 2018
LNG

Cepsa launches ship-to-ship LNG refuelling in Huelva

Spanish energy company Cepsa launched a ship-to-ship LNG refuelling service in the port of Huelva on Thursday.

26 March 2018
Exploration & Production

Germany’s Wintershall makes gas discovery in Norwegian Sea

German oil and gas producer Wintershall has made a gas discovery in a wildcat well in the Norwegian Sea.

26 March 2018
EWE storage facility, Germany Pipelines, Storage & Power

Cold snap reignites storage debate in Europe

The recent spells of cold weather across Europe have reignited the debate over economic incentives for gas storage providers and highlighted the threat of more storage closures.

26 March 2018
Global Markets

Japan to start up four more reactors by end of May

Japan restarted two nuclear reactors in March and another two are expected online by the end of May, more than doubling its operational capacity from 2017.

26 March 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Transgaz receives permission to start construction works on BRUA

Transgaz has been granted permission to start construction of the Romanian section of the BRUA pipeline.

23 March 2018
Companies & Finance

Strikes take 4 GW of French generation capacity offline

Power sector workers in France went on strike on Wednesday, removing about 4 GW of generating capacity from the grid.

23 March 2018
Security forces investigate the Salisbury poisoning Global Markets

When gas falls victim to politics

Gas has earned an unfortunate reputation as a political weapon following the dispute between Russia and Ukraine.

23 March 2018
EU Energy Policy

Baltics ‘reaffirm commitment’ to synchronise power grid with Europe

The leaders of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania met the EU's Jean-Claude Juncker on Thursday to discuss the synchronisation of their electricity grids.

22 March 2018
Exploration & Production

Chrysaor buys three gas fields from Spirit Energy

Chrysaor has entered into an agreement to buy Spirit Energy’s interests in the Armada, Maria and Seymour gas fields in the North Sea

22 March 2018
Exploration & Production

Norwegian gas production drops in February

Norway’s gas production averaged 363.4 million cubic metres per day in February 2018

22 March 2018

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