Gas-fired power plant in Germany Alternative Fuels

German coal phase-out brings gas back into frame

Germany is sticking to its plan to end coal-fired generation in a move that bodes well for gas-fired plant operators.

By Silvia Favasuli 15 February 2018
Exploration & Production

Netherlands regulator proposes immediate 50% cut in Groningen output

The Dutch gas regulator has suggested production at the Groningen field should be cut by around half as soon as possible to ensure the safety of local people.

1 February 2018
Karmenu Vella speaking after the meeting on air quality on Tuesday. Policy & Regulation

EC action on air quality may benefit gas

Brussels is clamping down on poor compliance with air quality standards – a move that could accelerate the transition to cleaner energy in power and road transport.

1 February 2018
LNG

Klaipedos Nafta looking to invest in other LNG projects

The Lithuanian company intends to provide consultancy services for other LNG developers also to buy stakes in projects.

31 January 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Nord Stream 2 shareholders provide $3 bln toward costs

Gazprom and its European partners have provided about $3 billion in financing for Nord Stream 2.

31 January 2018
LNG

Russia and Belgium agree on meeting to widen LNG cooperation

Russia and Belgium are planning to continue discussions over possible cooperation in LNG, the Belgian PM says.

31 January 2018
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Nord Stream 2 cleared to build pipeline in German waters

The consortium developing Nord Stream 2 has received a construction and operation permit for German territorial waters

31 January 2018
The gas compressor station in Baumgarten. Pipelines, Storage & Power

Gazprom hints at plans to pipe TS2 gas via Austria

Gazprom is looking at options for importing gas to Europe via a second line of Turkish Stream, with Baumgarten among the possible delivery points.

31 January 2018
EU Energy Policy

France and the Netherlands still behind on renewables

France and the Netherlands are still lagging behind other EU nations when it comes to renewable energy, EU data shows.

31 January 2018
LNG

Hungary looks to take Croatia LNG capacity

Hungary is taking part in the binding open season launched by Croatia LNG for reserving capacity at its planned FSRU off the coast of Krk.

30 January 2018
Construction of the Świnoujście LNG terminal LNG

Poland commits to expanding Świnoujście LNG

Polskie LNG has taken FID on the Świnoujście terminal expansion, which will add an extra 2.5 bcm/y of regasification capacity plus additional services.

30 January 2018
LNG

OMV expects more US LNG to head to Europe

Europe is likely to continue to receive supplies of LNG from the US, OMV executive Andy Williamson says.

29 January 2018
LNG

Snam looking to invest in global LNG – Musazzi

Snam is looking to invest in LNG projects around the world, the managing director of the company's LNG business has told Interfax Natural Gas Daily

29 January 2018
Companies & Finance

Fluxys opens market consultation

Belgian transmission system operator Fluxys has opened a market consultation process on the adjustment of its transmission services.

29 January 2018
Laying an interconnector cable EU Energy Policy

UK heading out of EU energy market, Lords warn

The UK is unlikely to remain a member of the EU’s Internal Energy Market given the current state of the Brexit talks, the House of Lords’ energy committee has warned.

29 January 2018
Polish TSO Gaz-System’s network. Exploration & Production

All eyes on Poland as domestic market expands

Warsaw’s heavy reliance on coal used to mean Poland was a lost cause for gas, but the country is on the verge of change.

26 January 2018
Policy & Regulation

Polish energy regulator cuts gas tariffs for PGNiG by 9.3%

Polish energy regulator Urząd Regulacji Energetyki has cut the gas tariff for state-owned PGNiG by 9.13%.

26 January 2018
Policy & Regulation

EIB lends €100 mln to Austrian projects

The EIB has signed two loan agreements worth more than €100 million to help finance projects in Austria

26 January 2018
The Independence FSRU in Lithuania. LNG

Croatia’s FSRU enters critical phase

Croatia LNG needs to take FID on its FSRU this April, but interest from traders in booking capacity may not be enough to raise the required finance.

26 January 2018
Supply & Demand

Lithuania obtained 46% of its gas imports from Russia in Q1-Q3 2017

Lithuania’s Amber Grid received 835 million cubic metres of gas from Gazprom during the first nine months of 2017.

25 January 2018
Companies & Finance

Hungary’s MOL to invest $500 mln on exploration in Norway

Hungarian state-owned MOL will spend $500 million on exploration in Norway over the next five years, Hungarian foreign minister Péter Szijjártó has announced.

25 January 2018

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