A public hearing on the revised EU Gas Directive in ITRE. Pipelines

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
Pipelines

PetroChina to increase gas supply during Chinese holiday

PetroChina plans to boost gas supply by 11 million cubic metres per day during the Chinese Lunar New Year holiday.

16 February 2018
Pipelines

Gazprom looking for 20% discount on large-diameter pipelines

Gazprom is seeking discounts of 20% from Russian pipeline suppliers on large-diameter pipelines for its major projects.

16 February 2018
Pipelines

Gazprom pipeline exports keep growing in 2017

Gazprom managed significant increases in piped gas exports to Germany, Turkey and Austria in 2017.

16 February 2018
Loading a cargo at PNG LNG. Pipelines

PNG LNG could supply AGL’s FSRU – analyst

AGL’s plans for an FSRU could see Australia’s east coast receiving LNG from Papua New Guinea.

16 February 2018
Gas-fired power plant in Germany Gas to Power

German coal phase-out brings gas back into frame

Germany is sticking to its plan to end coal-fired generation in a move that bodes well for gas-fired plant operators.

15 February 2018
Gas to Power

Botswana CBM-fired power plant to be re-tendered

Botswana’s 100 MW Lesedi CBM power project will be put out for tender again following a decision by the Public Procurement and Asset Disposal Board.

15 February 2018
Pipelines

TANAP set to launch in July

The Trans-Anatolian Gas Pipeline will launch in July, the Turkish energy and natural resources minister has said.

15 February 2018
Pipelines

EWE plans to cut imports from Groningen by 75% in 2019

Germany’s EWE has presented a plan to reduce its imports from the Groningen gas field by 1.7 billion cubic metres per year from 2019.

15 February 2018
A gas-fired power barge in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Gas to Power

Dominican Republic looks toward gas-fired future

Rubén Jiménez Bichara, an official at the Dominican Republic’s power market coordinator, discusses the future of the country’s gas market.

15 February 2018
Gas-fired power plant in the Dominican Republic Gas to Power

Dominican Republic gas plans could double LNG imports

The Caribbean country is seeking to wean its power sector off heavy fuel-oil, and proposals for conversions or newbuilds could double its LNG demand.

15 February 2018
Pipelines

US delays could slow Mexican exports

Low gas inventories in the United States and delays in building new cross-border pipelines could slow exports to Mexico this year.

14 February 2018
Storage

Supplies from Chinese storage hit 90 MMcm/d

The supply rate from China’s 25 underground gas storage depots hit 90 MMcm/d on 10 February.

14 February 2018
Gas to Power

NTPC wins bid to supply power to Bangladesh

India’s state-run NTPC has emerged as the successful bidder to supply 300 MW of power to Bangladesh.

14 February 2018
Production is declining at Myanmar’s offshore Yetagun and Yadana fields. (Total) Pipelines

High cost of LNG poses problem for Myanmar

Myanmar’s government could struggle under the high cost of subsidising LNG if the country’s planned import projects are all built.

14 February 2018
The Polskie LNG terminal in Poland. Pipelines

Hungary makes preparations for LNG imports

The Poland-Slovakia interconnector will give Hungary direct access to an LNG terminal in 2021, while a planned FSRU in Croatia could do so even sooner.

14 February 2018
Pipelines

Zhongwei-Guiyang pipeline supplies hit 731 MMcm in 2017

PetroChina supplied 731 million cubic metres of gas to China’s Guizhou province through the Zhongwei-Guiyang pipeline and the China-Myanmar pipeline in 2017

13 February 2018
Gas to Power

Mitsubishi Hitachi wins Thai gas-to-power contract

Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems has won a contract to provide equipment for a gas-to-power power project in Thailand.

13 February 2018
Pipelines

GreenStream and Maghreb-Europe cut African exports

North African pipeline exports to Europe ticked down by 0.3% week on week in Week 6, to 971.2 million cubic metres.

13 February 2018
Pipelines

Ukraine to hold talks on TSO partnerships in late February

Ukraine will hold talks with TSOs interested in partnering with Ukraine’s TSO in the management of the country’s transmission system on 21-22 February.

12 February 2018
Pipelines

Eustream signs Eastring MOU with Transgaz

Slovakian TSO Eustream has signed a memorandum of understanding with its Romanian counterpart Transgaz on developing the Eastring pipeline project.

12 February 2018

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