A photo of Germany’s Reichstag in Berlin. Pipelines, Storage & Power

Germany puts energy debate on hold

German parties are split over their future energy plans but seem to be avoiding discussing it until after the election.

By Annemarie Botzki 22 September 2017
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India turns to gas power as coal shortages hit

Indian coal-fired power plants have faced fuel shortages this week leading power producers to turn to gas-fired plants.

15 September 2017
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Shortages limit gas-to-power use in Bangladesh

Bangladesh has 15.8 GW of power generation capacity but is unable to use it all because of gas shortages.

15 September 2017
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Japan and India to bolster ties through energy project cooperation

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is visiting India and seeking to strengthen ties between the two countries.

14 September 2017
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Drax to convert two coal units to gas

UK power generator Drax has advanced its plans to convert two of its remaining coal-fired power units to use gas.

14 September 2017
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Syria signs contract for Iranian power plants

Syria has signed a contract to import Iranian power plants to be installed at Aleppo.

13 September 2017
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Turkey’s Temsan picks Emerson for Ambarli A power plant work

Turkey’s Temsan has selected Emerson to replace the ageing controls at its Ambarli A power plant in Istanbul.

13 September 2017
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Gazprom to boost capacity of Punginskoye storage to 3.5 bcm

Gazprom will increase the working capacity of its Punginskoye gas storage facility to 3.5 bcm by October.

13 September 2017
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More investment needed in Irish supply security – industry exec

Ireland and Northern Ireland need more investment to address security of supply, the CEO of the Electricity Association of Ireland has said.

13 September 2017
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Russia increases gas flows through Ukraine

Gazprom plans to up flows via Ukraine in response to maintenance on Nord Stream, but Naftogaz says significant order fluctuations are not covered by the contract between the companies.

13 September 2017
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Drop in pipeline gas and LNG trade on SHPGX

Pipeline gas transactions on the Shanghai Petroleum and Gas Exchange fell by 78 MMcm last week while LNG trades dropped by more than 6,500 tons.

13 September 2017
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Pipeline sabotage hits Libya’s Wafa field output

The sabotage of a gas pipeline in Libya has hit production from the Wafa field.

12 September 2017
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China’s phase-out of fossil fuel cars will benefit gas – analyst

China’s plans to start phasing out cars that run on petrol and diesel will benefit the gas industry.

12 September 2017
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Pennsylvania approves pollution plan for Atlantic Sunrise pipeline

Pennsylvania’s DEP has approved a pollution-offsetting plan for the construction of the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline.

12 September 2017
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Uniper to buy 40 bcm of gas from Shah Deniz 2

German utility Uniper has revealed the amount of gas it will purchase from Azerbaijan’s Shah Deniz gas field.

12 September 2017
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North African pipeline volumes to Europe fall by 12%

Pipeline gas exports from North Africa to Europe were down to 486 MMcm last week as Italian deliveries dropped.

12 September 2017
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Shell to sign Nigeria gas pipeline deal with local partner

Shell is set to sign an agreement to develop gas pipeline infrastructure in Nigeria.

11 September 2017
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Nord Stream pipeline goes offline for maintenance

Nord Stream, the undersea gas pipeline linking Russia and Germany, will undergo scheduled maintenance on both of its lines over the next 11 days.

11 September 2017
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Uniper may move its gas power plants to the UK

German power company Uniper is considering dismantling its gas power stations and reassembling them in the UK.

11 September 2017
E.On’s Irsching gas-fired power plant. Pipelines, Storage & Power

German power price surge spells good news for CCGT

German power prices have been beating expectations in recent weeks, but this spike is not expected to last.

11 September 2017
Sinopec's Lichuan gas processing plant in Hubei province. Pipelines, Storage & Power

Winter chill to drive up China prices, imports

Chinese gas demand is surging under Beijing’s drive to clear the nation’s notoriously smoggy skies, which could put supplies under strain this winter.

11 September 2017

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