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Concerns raised over CKI bid for Australian pipeline operator APA

Australian Treasurer Scott Morrison has been asked to block a $9.8 billion bid by Hong Kong’s CK Infrastructure Holdings to buy APA Group.

5 July 2018
Pipelines

Israel to Jordan gas pipeline begins construction

Construction of a pipeline to transport Israeli gas to Jordan is under way, and gas will start flowing by 2020.

5 July 2018
Pipelines

EBRD approves €500 mln loan for TAP

The EBRD has approved a loan of up to €500 million for the construction of TAP.

5 July 2018
Pipelines

Greece and Bulgaria agree to start building IGB this year

The Greek PM and his Bulgarian counterpart have signed a joint declaration on the Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria gas pipeline.

5 July 2018
A German gas-fired power plant Gas to Power

Profitability of Europe’s gas power plants declines in Q1

The profitability of gas- and coal-fired generation further declined in many EU countries in Q1, increasing the share of renewables and nuclear in the power mix.

5 July 2018
Javier Iguacel (right), Argentina’s new energy minister Gas to Power

Argentina’s new energy minister will be hands off

Argentina’s new energy minister has reaffirmed the country’s commitment to the ‘free market’, but several structural challenges remain.

5 July 2018
Pipelines

Northwest Oilfield sends 179 MMcm to first West-East Pipeline in H1

Sinopec’s Xinjiang-based Northwest Oilfield subsidiary supplied 179 million cubic metres of gas to the first West-East Pipeline in H1 2018

4 July 2018
Pipelines

Sinopec’s Shandong subsidiary supplies 3.4 bcm of pipeline gas in H1

Sinopec’s pipeline subsidiary in Shandong supplied 3.4 billion cubic metres of gas to the provincial network in H1 2018

4 July 2018
Gas to Power

Turkey’s gas-fired power boost may be short-lived

Despite an increase in gas demand for power generation in 2017, the outlook for gas-to-power in Turkey looks uncertain.

4 July 2018
CNOOC’s Dapeng LNG terminal Pipelines

China eyes interconnections to sidestep gas shortages

China’s top gas companies are working to connect their LNG terminals to major cross-country pipelines as part of efforts to create an integrated national gas grid.

4 July 2018
Pipelines

Output cuts further boost Chinese LNG prices

Reduced output output from LNG plants last week led to an increase in average Chinese ex-works prices for the second week in a row.

4 July 2018
Gas to Power

Coal to curtail gas demand in Peninsular Malaysia

Peninsular Malaysia’s gas and LNG demand will remain limited over the next five years because of competition from coal in the power mix.

3 July 2018
Krk in Croatia Pipelines

Italy-Croatia interconnector jeopardising Krk LNG

Eni and INA are studying the feasibility of a gas pipeline that would allow two-way flows of gas between Italy and Croatia.

3 July 2018
A drillship offshore Israel Pipelines

Israel’s Delek sets aside cash to export gas to Egypt

Delek’s shareholders have voted to prioritise the company’s plan to export Leviathan gas to Egypt via pipeline.

3 July 2018
Pipelines

Africa-Europe pipeline flows edge down by 1.8%

Exports of pipeline gas from Africa to Europe fell to 667.7 MMcm in Week 26, with declines on the Maghreb and GreenStream routes.

3 July 2018
Gas to Power

CGN expresses interest in UK gas and wind power

China General Nuclear Power Group is looking to invest in gas and wind power projects in the UK

2 July 2018
Pipelines

CNOOC starts work on Tianjin terminal interconnector

CNOOC has starting welding an interconnector for a 31.5-km pipeline that will link the company’s Tianjin LNG terminal to a coal-to-gas project in western Inner Mongolia

2 July 2018
Gas to Power

Healthy rainfall cuts into Brazilian gas consumption

Improved hydropower production cut thermoelectric's share of Brazil's power mix to around 13% in H1 2018.

2 July 2018
Gas to Power

Romgaz wins €4.5 mln grant for CCGT

Romgaz has obtained a €4.5 million grant from the country’s energy ministry for the construction of a 430 MW CCGT in Mures county.

29 June 2018
Pipelines

Nord Stream 2 project has half the finance it needs – Corcoran

The Nord Stream 2 pipeline has obtained half of the necessary finance, Nord Stream 2 AG Chief Executive Paul Corcoran has said.

29 June 2018

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