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RWE’s capacity payments offset lower gas plant earnings

UK capacity payments helped RWE to offset lower year-on-year profits from power generated by gas and hard coal in H1 2018

14 August 2018
Pipelines

Mexican gas imports hit 146 MMcm/d in May

Mexico imported an average of 146 MMcm/d of gas in May

14 August 2018
Pipelines

Supplies from FSRU enter Bangladesh gas grid

Excelerate Energy’s Excellence FSRU started sending regasified LNG into Bangladesh’s local pipeline network on Sunday evening.

14 August 2018
A SOCAR gas processing plant in Azerbaijan Pipelines

Weak Turkish lira may favour SOCAR expansion plan

SOCAR wants to reach a 20% share of Turkey’s gas market, and the country’s recent economic woes are likely to help it.

14 August 2018
Pipelines

African pipeline exports to Europe down by 7%

Gas flows from North Africa to Europe came to 557.6 MMcm last week as volumes declined via all four routes.

14 August 2018
Pipelines

Malaysian PM seeks to put Chinese-backed pipeline projects on hold

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has called for the gas pipeline projects the country is building with Chinese investment to be halted

13 August 2018
Pipelines

CNOOC completes 1,283 km of pipelines in Guangdong

CNOOC has built 1,283 km of long-distance gas pipelines in Guangdong province, local media has reported

13 August 2018
Pipelines

Polish gas pipeline secures EU funding

A plan for a gas pipeline to link regions in southern Poland has secured in EU funding.

13 August 2018
Gas to Power

EC approves inclusion of CHP plant in Polish power certificate scheme

The European Commission has approved the inclusion of a new CHP plant in a Polish scheme to support high-efficiency cogeneration.

13 August 2018
Pipelines

EIA under way for Nord Steam 2’s alternative Denmark route

The consortium behind the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project has applied for an environmental impact assessment for an alternative route.

13 August 2018
A Vattenfall coal-fired power plant in Germany Gas to Power

Higher fuel and carbon prices helping ‘green’ utilities

European utilities with high exposure to renewables and nuclear are gaining from the rise in power, gas and carbon prices.

13 August 2018
Ghana's President Nana Akufo-Addo Gas to Power

Ghana minister dismissal shows energy mismanagement

The sacking of Boakye Agyarko, following a negative reaction to his renegotiation of a power plant deal, reveals problems in the state's management of the energy sector.

13 August 2018
A field of wells in Romania Pipelines

Domestic priorities trump export hopes in SE Europe

A proposed law on offshore production in Romania is the latest example of how countries in Southeast Europe self-sabotage their desire to become regional hubs.

10 August 2018
Pipelines

Delek, Noble and East Gas finalise control over Egypt-Cyprus pipeline

Delek Drilling, Noble Energy and Egypt’s East Gas have finalised a deal to establish joint control over a pipeline to be laid between Cyprus and Egypt

10 August 2018
Gas to Power

Power demand growth could leave Vietnam short of energy – minister

Vietnam could face power shortages during the 2020s as its demand for electricity is expected to grow by 8-8.5% per year over the decade, a government minister has said

10 August 2018
Pipelines

Upgrade work starts at Kelameili gas field

Work has started on upgrading the gas-gathering and transmission system at the Kelameili gas field

10 August 2018
Pipelines

Snam interested in taking part in Trans-Caspian Pipeline

Italian transmission system operator Snam may take part in the Trans-Caspian Pipeline project, the company’s chief executive has said.

10 August 2018
Fessenheim nuclear plant, France Gas to Power

France’s renewables plans may leave more room for gas

France’s nuclear phase-out may not be as ambitious as first planned, but the coming renewables boom and decline of coal could increase the operating hours of flexible CCGTs.

10 August 2018
Pipelines

Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria procurement award process restarts

The public procurement award process for the Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria pipeline has resumed

9 August 2018
Pipelines

Moldova to start construction on interconnector with Romania this month

Work will start on the Ungheni-Chisinau pipeline this month.

9 August 2018

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