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EU debate on gas pipeline directive heats up

The debate on whether to extend the EU Gas Directive to cover pipelines coming from third countries such as Russia has intensified.

By Andreas Walstad 23 February 2018
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Yemen LNG pipeline repaired

The pipeline supplying gas to the Yemen LNG export plant was repaired on Monday, Reuters reported. However, it is still unclear whether or not exports have resumed.

22 November 2012
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Chinese clothing maker Youngor to invest in WEP III

Youngor Group, a Chinese clothing maker based in the eastern Chinese port city of Ningbo, is close to becoming the latest investor to join PetroChina’s third West-East Gas Pipeline (WEP III) project to pipe gas from Central Asia to China’s eastern seaboard.

22 November 2012
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Balance will return to European gas market in five years - OMV

Oversupply will not be a problem for the European gas market beyond 2017, according to Austria’s OMV.

21 November 2012
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Azerbaijan ratifies documents to construct TANAP pipeline

The Azerbaijani parliament on Tuesday ratified a package of documents to implement the construction of the Trans-Anatolian (TANAP) pipeline, an Interfax correspondent reported from the meeting.

20 November 2012
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Mariscal Sucre pipelines inch towards completion

Venezuela’s massive Mariscal Sucre offshore development is expected to enter production in H1 2013, becoming the first gas project in the west of the country. Pipelines connecting the Patao and Dragón dry gas fields to the mainline and markets are being laid after years of delays.

20 November 2012
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Iran starts work on $10 bln pipeline running across Iraq into Syria

Iran has started work on a $10 billion gas pipeline that will run across Iraq into Syria, the semi-official Fars news agency reported on Monday.

19 November 2012
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Ukraine offers Shah Deniz use of infrasturcture

Ukraine has sent the Shah Deniz consortium a proposal suggesting they make use of Ukraine's gas transport system and underground storage facilities as they transport gas to Europe

19 November 2012
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US and EU support Trans-Caspian gas pipeline

The EU and United States have voiced support for the 300 km subsea Trans-Caspian gas pipeline project, which would deliver gas from Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan to Europe.

16 November 2012
Gas to Power

Russia electricity generation up by 1.1%

Russia generated 863 billion kWh of electricity between January and September, up by 1.1% year-on-year, state statistics service Rosstat has said.

16 November 2012
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The Dark Ages return to Europe

The outlook for gas in Europe is bleak and delegates at the European Autumn Gas Conference in Vienna this week appeared at a loss on what to do to turn the situation around

16 November 2012
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South Stream on course for 2015 startup

Gazprom set up and signed agreements in several countries this week for its estimated $16 billion South Stream gas pipeline project, which will deliver up to 63 billion cubic metres of gas per year to central and southern Europe via the Black Sea.

15 November 2012
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India to stop gas-fired power plants from moving overseas

India is making an effort to ensure power plants stranded as a result of insufficient domestic gas supplies are addressed, amid reports that power producers could be looking to relocate their plants to African countries with high energy demand.

15 November 2012
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‘Power generation from gas is over’ – RWE

RWE Supply & Trading’s Stefan Judisch said Europe has ‘dramatically underestimated’ the role solar power will play in the region’s future energy mix, and that it will squeeze out gas-fired generation.

14 November 2012
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FID for South Stream in Slovenia

Gazprom and Slovenian company Plinovodi have signed an agreement with the participants in South Stream Slovenia to support a positive final investment decision on the construction of the South Stream pipeline on Slovenian territory, an Interfax correspondent reported from the signing ceremony.

13 November 2012
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Bleak future for European gas-to-power market - IEA

Limited economic growth, together with cheap coal and carbon prices, mean it will take three years longer than first thought for European gas demand to return to 2010 levels, a senior gas analyst from the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Tuesday.

13 November 2012
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Jinhong Natural Gas to invest $1 billion in Hengyang

Zhongyou Jinhong Natural Gas Distribution has signed a framework agreement with the government of Hengyang in Henan province to invest RMB 6 billion ($954.03 million) on projects including gas-fired power plants, local online media reported on Monday.

13 November 2012
Gas to Power

State-owned Chinese firm to build gas power plants in Yemen

China National Corp. for Overseas Economic Cooperation (CCOEC) has agreed to construct three gas-fired power plants in Yemen, providing a much-needed boost in generating capacity for a country with the lowest levels of electricity consumption and connectivity in the Middle East.

12 November 2012
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LNG to play a larger role in Indonesia’s energy mix

With gas wells drying up and consumption on the rise, Indonesian state utility PLN is eyeing LNG as an alternative to coal for power generation and a way to make up for supply shortfalls, Chairani Rachmatullah, senior manager for primary energy planning and evaluation at PLN, said at an industry conference in Sydney, Australia earlier this month.

12 November 2012
Gas to Power

Taiwan mulls conversion of unfinished nuclear plant

State-owned utility Taiwan Power is studying the possibility of converting the yet-to-be-completed Longmen nuclear power plant into a gas-fired facility, following a resolution passed last week by the Economic Committee of Taiwan’s legislature, a manager with Taipower’s Department of Fuels confirmed to Interfax on Friday.

9 November 2012
Gas to Power

Turbine makers battling for Gulf market share

Fast-growing demand for electricity is turning the Middle East into a highly competitive market for gas turbines.

9 November 2012

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