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Pipelines

Bulgartransgaz to hold open season for capacity on Turkish Stream extension

Bulgarian TSO Bulgartransgaz will hold an open season for binding capacity bookings on a new interconnector that will link Gazprom’s Turkish Stream gas pipeline to Serbia

14 December 2018
Malampaya deepwater gas-to-power project in the Philippines Gas to Power

Philippines’ second LNG terminal looks excessive

EWC’s LNG terminal in the Philippines is being overlooked as the competition to build a second terminal intensifies.

14 December 2018
Pipelines

MEPs vote to condemn Nord Stream 2

Members of the European Parliament voted in a non-binding resolution on Wednesday to condemn Russia’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline.

13 December 2018
Gas to Power

Jera to become Japan’s largest power producer

Jera is set to become Japan’s largest power producer in April 2019.

13 December 2018
Pipelines

Shaanxi-Beijing pipelines transport 260 MMcm since start of heating season

CNPC, operator of the four Shaanxi-Beijing gas pipelines, has transported 260 MMcm of gas supplied from Tianjin by Sinopec and CNOOC via the pipeline network since the start of the winter heating season.

13 December 2018
Pipelines

Gazprom faces delays on Ukraine alternatives

Gazprom’s reliance on Ukraine for gas transit is set to continue beyond 2019 as alternatives will not be complete.

13 December 2018
BBLT platform in Block 14 off Angola Gas to Power

Gas to play a growing role in Angola’s power sector

Angola’s gas-fired power plans may offer private players the chance to build their own facilities.

12 December 2018
Pipelines

India to expand gas pipeline network into Bangladesh and Myanmar

India plans to expand its gas pipeline network into Myanmar through Bangladesh

12 December 2018
Pipelines

Nord Stream 2 work to start off Finland in next few days

Construction work is set to start on the Finnish offshore section of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline in the coming week

12 December 2018
Gas to Power

EU ETS prices hold above €20/t despite uncertainties

EU carbon allowances have traded around €20/t in recent weeks despite uncertainty linked to a no-deal Brexit.

12 December 2018
Pipelines

North African gas exports decline on all pipelines

Pipeline deliveries from North Africa to Europe fell by 6.1% in Week 49 as all four routes registered declines.

11 December 2018
Pipelines

Eastern section of WEP 3 now officially onstream

The eastern section of the third West-East Pipeline has been officially put into operation, China National Petroleum Corp. said on Tuesday.

11 December 2018
Pipelines

Togo to receive up to 425 Mcm/d of gas via WAGP

Togo will receive supplies from the West African Gas Pipeline following a deal between Nigeria’s Axxela and the pipeline operating company

11 December 2018
Pipelines

Serbia bullish on Turkish Stream extension

The head of Srbijagas said on Monday that construction will start in March 2019 on the Serbian section of the Turkish Stream pipeline extension

11 December 2018
Pipelines

Terminal stockpiles cut Asian LNG demand

Large stockpiles led to a fall in demand for LNG in Northeast Asia last month, with spot prices dropping by 4.3%

11 December 2018
A long line of electricity pylons stretches into the distance in Namibia Gas to Power

Walvis Bay LNG import project reimagined

Xaris has redesigned its Namibian LNG-to-power plant to sell electricity to private players and for export.

11 December 2018
Storage

Shanghai Gas Group sets aside 2.7 bcm for winter supply

The main gas provider for China’s financial hub of Shanghai has prepared 2.7 billion cubic metres of supply for this winter

10 December 2018
Pipelines

TAPI pipeline consortium aims to start construction in Pakistan next March

The multinational consortium behind the TAPI pipeline aims to hold an inaugural ceremony in Pakistan next March that would kick off construction of the pipeline within the country

10 December 2018
Gas to Power

GE gas turbines shut down worldwide after blade failure

Utilities around the world are shutting down power plants using GE’s newest gas turbines because of a turbine blade failure in Texas

10 December 2018
Pipelines

CNOOC steps up pipeline construction ahead of reforms

CNOOC has stepped up pipeline construction this year in anticipation of reforms that will include the creation of a national pipeline company

10 December 2018

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