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Krk in Croatia LNG

Italy-Croatia interconnector jeopardising Krk LNG

Eni and INA are studying the feasibility of a gas pipeline that would allow two-way flows of gas between Italy and Croatia.

3 July 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Romgaz wins €4.5 mln grant for CCGT

Romgaz has obtained a €4.5 million grant from the country’s energy ministry for the construction of a 430 MW CCGT in Mures county.

29 June 2018
Companies & Finance

Nord Stream 2 project has half the finance it needs – Corcoran

The Nord Stream 2 pipeline has obtained half of the necessary finance, Nord Stream 2 AG Chief Executive Paul Corcoran has said.

29 June 2018
pipelaying for the trans adriatic pipeline Pipelines, Storage & Power

Time for Italy’s M5S to face reality on TAP

The populist party, which forms part of Italy’s ruling coalition, may soon ditch its resistance to the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline.

29 June 2018
Companies & Finance

Repsol buys low-emission Viesgo assets

Repsol has agreed to buy the low-emission assets of Spanish energy company Viesgo

28 June 2018
A CCS facility in Norway Policy & Regulation

Green gas, nuclear tipped as key to EU energy transition

Europe will need to invest in green gas and nuclear power to meet its decarbonisation targets, but the future of natural gas seems less certain without CCS.

28 June 2018
Carrier approaching Italy’s Panigaglia LNG terminal LNG

Snam plans to boost Italy’s small-scale LNG sector

Italy’s TSO is planning to build four small-scale liquefaction plants in an attempt to lower the cost of LNG for transport in the country.

28 June 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Turkey receives $1.2 bln loan for Tuz Gölü expansion

Turkey has received a $1.2 billion loan from the World Bank and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank for the expansion of the Tuz Gölü gas storage site

28 June 2018
Exploration & Production

Denmark launches eighth licensing round

Denmark’s energy ministry launched the country’s eighth oil and gas licensing round on Tuesday.

28 June 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Gaz-System planning interconnector capacity auctions

Polish transmission system operator Gaz-System will conduct an auction on 2 July for companies to book capacity at its international interconnection points

28 June 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Danish prime minister calls for a European debate on NS2

Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen has called for a European debate on Nord Stream 2 to analyse the risks involved

28 June 2018
LNG

Poland signs long-term supply agreements for US LNG

Poland's PGNiG has signed two 20-year supply agreements with US LNG producers Venture Global LNG and Port Arthur LNG

27 June 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Construction work resumes on second leg of Turkish Stream

Pipelaying operations for the second leg of the Turkish Stream pipeline resumed on Tuesday, Gazprom said in a note.

27 June 2018
Global Markets

European gas demand expected to stagnate – IEA

European gas demand grew in 2017 but is expected to decline in the coming years.

27 June 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Eni and INA consider Adriatic gas link

Eni is carrying out a feasibility study with INA on a gas pipeline between Italy and Croatia in the northern Adriatic Sea

26 June 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Bulgartransgaz launches tender for Turkey-Bulgaria pipeline

Bulgartransgaz has launched a tender for work on an 11-km gas pipeline that will run from the Turkish border to the Strandja compressor station.

26 June 2018
EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager EU Energy Policy

EC antitrust probe shifts focus from piped gas to LNG

Only weeks after closing the Gazprom investigation, Brussels is probing Qatar over similar allegations of breaches of EU antitrust rules.

26 June 2018
Companies & Finance

Gas Natural Fenosa shareholders ask CEO to sell LNG business

Shareholders in Spain’s Gas Natural Fenosa have asked the utility’s chief executive, Francisco Reynes, to consider selling its LNG business

25 June 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Italy still interested in TAP – government official

Italy is still interested in building the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline, a government official has said.

25 June 2018
Exploration & Production

More than half of Norway’s oil and gas resources yet to be developed

Roughly 55% of the expected oil and gas resources on the Norwegian Continental Shelf have yet to be developed, and of these just under half have still to be discovered, a new report has said.

22 June 2018

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