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Biggest gas producers increase share of global output

Ten countries accounted for 70% of global gas production in 2017, according to BP’s 2018 Statistical Review of World Energy.

21 June 2018
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China’s Keshen 902 well starts production to supply WEP 1

The Keshen 902 well in western China’s Tarim Basin officially started production on 12 June to supply the West-East Pipeline

20 June 2018
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Russia to invest more than $3.5 bln in Belarus gas sector until 2020

Russia will invest about $2.5 billion in the Belarusian section of the Yamal-Europe pipeline and more than $1 billion in underground storage facilities.

20 June 2018
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FYR Macedonia-Greece interconnector to start construction in H2 2019

Construction of a gas pipeline between FYR Macedonia and Greece could start in the second half of 2019.

20 June 2018
Pipelines

Nigerian gas supply problems cause power blackouts

The Transmission Company of Nigeria has stated that up to 1.1 GW of generation capacity went offline last week after a gas pipeline ruptured

19 June 2018
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari at the UN in 2015 Pipelines

Nigeria-Morocco pipeline looks unlikely

Nigeria and Morocco have signed a joint declaration for the construction of a gas pipeline running between them, but the project is expected to struggle.

19 June 2018
US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un Pipelines

Korean détente opens new supply options for Seoul

The rapprochement between North and South Korea has reignited a project to build a pipeline linking the two countries with Russia.

19 June 2018
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North Africa-Europe pipeline flows continue to rise

North African pipeline exports to Europe rose by 5.8% last week from the previous week, to 709.5 MMcm.

19 June 2018
Pipelines

Gas supplies offline in Osaka following earthquake

Osaka Gas has said it could take up to 8-12 days to resume piped gas supplies following damage caused by a 6.1 magnitude earthquake that struck Japan on Monday

18 June 2018
Pipelines

Argentina to export to Chile via central-south pipelines

Argentina has around 30 MMcm/d of pipeline capacity available in its central-south and southern Magallanes regions

18 June 2018
Gas to Power

Mitsubishi completes first phase of Indonesian gas power plant

Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems has completed the construction of the first phase of an 880 MW gas-fired power plant in Indonesia ahead of schedule

15 June 2018
Pipelines

Gas Natural Fenosa renews supply contract with Sonatrach

Spain’s Gas Natural Fenosa has renewed a gas supply contract with Algeria’s Sonatrach until 2030, guaranteeing Spain a stable long-term supply of Algerian gas

15 June 2018
Exploration in Romania’s section of the Black Sea Pipelines

Romania and Bulgaria prepare for BRUA-TAP link

A connection between the two pipeline projects would give Black Sea producers an alternative route to liquid hubs in Europe.

15 June 2018
Pipelines

Eastring finalising financial and commercial aspects – Topolánek

Eustream is working with its Hungarian, Romanian and Bulgarian counterparts on finalising the financial and commercial aspects of the Eastring pipeline project

14 June 2018
Dutch PM Mark Rutte called for a 55% CO2 reduction target for 2030 in Strasbourg this week Gas to Power

Europe scales up ambition on renewables

The EU has set a more ambitious renewables target for 2030, which brings both pros and cons for the gas industry.

14 June 2018
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Gas production growth outpaces demand in 2017 – BP

BP's latest statistical review shows strong growth in global gas consumption as the fuel helps to meet rising demand for energy.

14 June 2018
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Construction delayed on Poland-Slovakia Interconnector

Construction of the Poland-Slovakia Interconnector will start in January 2019, an executive from Slovakian transmission system operator Eustream has said

14 June 2018
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Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria to be ready by H1 2020 – govt adviser

Construction on the Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria pipeline will start in late 2018 and be completed by the first half of 2020

14 June 2018
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Nigeria signs gas pipeline supply agreement with Morocco

Nigeria has signed an agreement to export gas to Morocco via a 5,660-km pipeline that could also eventually supply Europe

13 June 2018
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Mongolia wants Russia-China pipelines to transit its territory – Putin

Mongolia wants Russia to consider building pipelines through the country to China, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said

13 June 2018

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