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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
Pipelines

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
Pipelines

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
Pipelines

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
Pipelines

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
Pipelines

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
Pipelines

Turkey-Bulgaria pipeline upgrade to be ready by end of June – Borisov

An upgrade on a pipeline between Turkey and Bulgaria will be ready by the end of June, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borisov said on Tuesday

13 June 2018
Gas to Power

European govts collect billions from gas sector – report

The gas industry brings in around €78 billion in annual tax revenues for European governments, a study commissioned by the IOGP says.

13 June 2018
Pipelines

Beijing may announce Chinese pipeline asset merger this year

China’s regulators are aiming to announce a decision this year to merge the oil and gas pipeline assets owned by the country’s three state energy giants into a single company

12 June 2018
Pipelines

TANAP inauguration ceremony to be held in Turkey

The Turkish city of Eskişehir will host the inauguration ceremony for the Trans-Anatolian Gas Pipeline on Tuesday.

12 June 2018
A worker on a gas pipeline in Brazil Pipelines

Petrobras pipeline sale snags on legal issues

The crown jewel in the Petrobras divestment programme – the giant TAG pipeline in Brazil’s northeast – is proving a tough sell.

12 June 2018
Pipelines

North Africa-Europe pipeline volumes tick upwards

Exports increased by 1.8% last week from the previous week, to 670.7 MMcm.

12 June 2018
Pipelines

China imports 18 bcm of gas from Myanmar

China has imported more than 18 billion cubic metres of gas from Myanmar.

11 June 2018
Pipelines

Explosion on Guizhou section of China-Myanmar pipeline

A spur of the China-Myanmar gas pipeline has exploded in Qinglong county in southwest China’s Guizhou province.

11 June 2018
Gas to Power

Japan seeing boost to power trading as new companies seek low-cost supply

Power trading is taking off in Japan as new entrants force the old regional monopolies to become more competitive

11 June 2018
Pipelines

US backs Italy’s continued involvement in TAP

The United States has praised Italy’s participation in the construction of TAP.

11 June 2018
Pipelines

Russia and Pakistan sign MOU on pipeline feasibility study

Moscow and Islamabad have signed a memorandum of understanding to conduct a feasibility study for an offshore gas pipeline that could involve Pakistan, Iran, Russia and India

8 June 2018
Total CEO Patrick Pouyanne Pipelines

Is Russian export liberalisation still a pipe dream?

French major Total may be forging closer links with Russia, but it will take time to break Gazprom’s pipeline export monopoly.

8 June 2018
Gas to Power

China Datang gets green light for distributed generation in Jiangsu

State power group China Datang has received approval for a gas-fired distributed generation project in Suining County in Jiangsu province

8 June 2018
Pipelines

Gazprom still considering options to extend Turkish Stream into Europe

Gazprom is still considering Greece and Bulgaria as options to extend the second line of Turkish Stream into Europe from the pipeline’s landing point in Turkey

8 June 2018

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