A JKX gas facility in Ukraine. The company is dealing with another shareholder dispute. (JKX) Global Markets

JKX struggles bode ill for Ukraine gas sector

UK-listed JKX faces its second shareholder dispute in 18 months and is struggling to fend off the advances of Russian/Ukrainian investors.

By Silvia Favasuli 19 June 2017
A gas metering station on the Ukrainian border. The country is aiming to export gas to western Europe. (Gazprom) Supply & Demand

Ukraine eyes gas exports from 2020

Ukraine will be able to export gas to Europe from 2020 thanks to an increase in production and energy efficiency, Naftogaz says.

11 May 2017
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Gazprom begins laying offshore Turkish Stream pipeline section

Gazprom started to lay the offshore section of the Turkish Stream gas pipeline in the Black Sea on Sunday.

8 May 2017
Exploration & Production

Gazprom ready to bring in JV partner for Tambei fields

Gazprom has completed its exploration of the Tambei fields on Russia’s Yamal peninsula and is ready to bring in a joint venture partner to develop the acreage.

5 May 2017
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Gazprom to start laying Turkish Stream undersea section

Gazprom is ready to begin laying the undersea section of the Turkish Stream gas pipeline in the next few days, Chief Executive Alexei Miller has said.

5 May 2017
LNG

Novatek signs cooperation agreement for Arctic LNG 2

Russia’s Novatek has signed a framework agreement on strategic cooperation with three companies for work on a second Arctic LNG plant.

4 May 2017
Companies & Finance

EBRD proceeds with $500 mln Southern Gas Corridor loan

The bank intends to proceed with a plan to lend $500 million to the Southern Gas Corridor project despite Azerbaijan’s suspension from the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative.

4 May 2017
Supply & Demand

Russian gas exports to non-CIS up by over 15% in April

Exports of Russian gas to non-CIS countries increased by more than 15% year on year in April 2017, to 15.1-15.2 billion cubic metres.

3 May 2017
Companies & Finance

Sakhalin 1 arbitration deferred as Exxon seeks settlement

An arbitration hearing in Stockholm regarding the tax dispute between ExxonMobil and Russia over the Sakhalin 1 project has been deferred.

2 May 2017
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Gazprom awards Power of Siberia contracts to Inter Management

Gazprom has awarded construction contracts worth RUB 7.85 billion for the Power of Siberia gas pipeline to Inter Management, a company set up less than a year ago.

25 April 2017
Policy & Regulation

Ukraine to monitor greenhouse gas emissions

Ukraine is working on a system to monitor, report and verify greenhouse gas emissions, Ecology Minister Ostap Semerak said at a conference on Monday

25 April 2017
LNG

Japan ready to take part in Sakhalin 2’s third train

Japanese companies are ready to take part in the third train of Russia’s Sakhalin 2 LNG project as both buyers and investors.

24 April 2017
LNG

Germany and Sweden to provide funding for Yamal LNG

German and Swedish export credit agencies will take part in the Yamal LNG project, Novatek Chief Executive Leonid Mikhelson said.

21 April 2017
Companies & Finance

Russia will discuss Gazprom-OMV Norge deal next month – Donskoi

Russian Natural Resources Minister Sergei Donskoi will discuss Gazprom’s acquisition of a stake in OMV Norge with Norwegian officials at the end of May.

21 April 2017
LNG

Sakhalin 2 LNG exports down in 2017

The Sakhalin 2 LNG plant exported around 2.1 mt to the Asia Pacific region between January and March 2017, a year-on-year drop of 27%.

20 April 2017
Exploration & Production

Russia to auction Yamal blocks in June

The Russian government will auction a number of blocks on the Yamal peninsula on 9 June.

20 April 2017
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Russian Far East could add 10 GW of power capacity

Russia’s Far East has the potential to add 10 GW of new power generation capacity, First Deputy Far East Development Minister Alexander Osipov has said.

19 April 2017
LNG

Gazprom to push LNG-for-transport with plant in Yaroslavl

Gazprom will build a liquefaction plant in Russia’s Yaroslavl region as part of its efforts to boost domestic use of LNG in transport.

19 April 2017
LNG

CNOOC subsidary shipping final core modules to Yamal LNG

China National Offshore Oil Corp.’s Offshore Oil Engineering subsidiary will ship the last 16 of 36 core modules for the Yamal LNG project to Russia in July.

18 April 2017
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Southern Kazakhstan-China pipeline comes online

A new gas pipeline running 1,454 km from southern Kazakhstan to China started operating on Friday, according to China National Petroleum Corp.

18 April 2017
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Gazprom has built more than 650 km of Power of Siberia

Gazprom has built more than 650 km of the Power of Siberia pipeline, which will eventually supply 38 billion cubic metres per year of gas to China.

13 April 2017

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