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Pipelines

Trans-Med drop drives decline in African gas exports

North African pipeline deliveries to Europe fell by 2.4% in Week 48, driven by a drop in volumes through the Trans-Med pipeline.

4 December 2018
Pipelines

Nord Stream 2 has secured nearly two-thirds of its financing

Nord Stream 2 has secured €6 billion in financing.

3 December 2018
Pipelines

CNPC and Gazprom to meet for further supply talks

Delegations from Russia’s Gazprom and China National Petroleum Corp. will meet in late December to negotiate the supply of gas from the Russian Far East to China.

3 December 2018
Gas to Power

AfDB to fund power plant conversion in Senegal

The African Development Bank will lend Senegal XAF 33 billion to convert a heavy fuel oil power plant to run on gas.

3 December 2018
Pipelines

Turkish Stream supported by increased supplies to southeast Europe – Gazprom

The growth of Russian gas exports to southeastern Europe highlights the importance of the Turkish Stream pipeline, the director general of Gazprom Export has said.

3 December 2018
Pipelines

Gazprom considers bid for Bulgarian pipeline capacity

Gazprom is interested in bidding for capacity on the planned pipeline through Bulgaria.

3 December 2018
The BW Singapore FSRU Pipelines

Pakistan targets third terminal startup in 2020

Pakistan’s third LNG terminal has had to delay its planned startup by a year.

3 December 2018
Pipelines

Groysman and Steinmeier discuss tougher anti-Russian sanctions

Ukrainian Prime Minister Vladimir Groysman and German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier met in Berlin on Thursday to discuss sanctions against Russia and the situation around the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project

30 November 2018
Storage

CNPC unit to supply 2.1 bcm from storage over winter

CNPC's Daqing Oilfield unit is supplying 12 MMcm/d from its nine underground storage bases

30 November 2018
Pipelines

Gasunie launches first hydrogen-converted pipeline

Dutch transmission system operator Gasunie brought its first hydrogen pipeline into operation on Friday, the company said in a note.

30 November 2018
Pipelines

Nord Stream 2 hits 300 km mark

A total of 300 km of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline has been built so far, Russia’s Gazprom said on Friday

30 November 2018
Pipelines

PGNiG takes FID on Baltic Pipe

Poland’s state-owned PGNiG has taken an FID on the Baltic Pipe project

30 November 2018
A decommissioned  coal power plant  in Bloemfontein,  South Africa. Gas to Power

Eskom restructure could stall SA’s LNG power plans

With debts mounting, rolling blackouts imminent and the first round of redundancies under way, the unbundling of South Africa’s power utility looks increasingly likely.

30 November 2018
Pipelines

New agreement will see regasified LNG piped to Zhejiang from Shanghai

Regasified LNG will soon be piped from Shanghai to Zhejiang via PetroChina’s pipeline network

29 November 2018
Pipelines

Pipeline from Beihai LNG terminal to Liuzhou now onstream

A pipeline linking Sinopec’s Beihai LNG terminal to the city of Liuzhou started up on Sunday, marking the start of regasified LNG supplies from the facility within the Guangxi region of China

29 November 2018
Pipelines

World’s longest and deepest subsea gas pipeline to be built in Mediterranean

The world’s longest and deepest undersea gas pipeline will be built to connect Israel with Europe, Israel’s Ministry of Energy said on Tuesday.

29 November 2018
Pipelines

Gazprom discusses resuming Turkmen gas imports

Gazprom Chairman Alexei Miller and Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov have discussed the possibility of the Russian major resuming imports of Turkmen gas via the Central Asia-Center pipeline system

29 November 2018
Pipe stringing in Greece for the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline Pipelines

South Stream Lite raises supply problems for Greece

Turkish Stream and its proposed extension into Europe may not offer Gazprom enough capacity to honour its supply contract with Greece.

29 November 2018
Work on Turkish Stream Pipelines

Gazprom faces wait on CEE access for Turkish Stream

The planned extension of the Turkish Stream pipeline into Central and Eastern Europe will not come onstream until January 2021.

28 November 2018
The Jorf Lasfar power plant Gas to Power

Morocco lays groundwork for gas IPPs

The Moroccan government is set to sell the Tahaddart power plant as it seeks to create a more competitive market for gas-fired generation.

28 November 2018

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