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A coal power plant in Germany.

Uniper determined to complete Germany’s last new coal plant

The company’s commitment to commission Datteln 4 by next summer shows Germany’s coal phase-out will take time despite encouraging levels of fuel-switching from coal to gas in recent months.

Yesterday Europe & Russia / Policy & Regulation
Drilling at Genel Energy's Miran project in Iraq

Kurds face slow going as export plans struggle for lift-off

The Kurdistan Region of Iraq’s gas plans have been scaled back, with lower volumes and more relaxed timelines expected.

Yesterday Middle East & Africa / Exploration & Production
Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman.

Ukraine mulls repeat of Dolphin tender

The country is considering re-running the tender for the block to attract a bigger player, but such a move could provoke a legal challenge that would delay its development.

2 days ago Europe & Russia / Exploration & Production
Gas production in China.

Slowdown in Chinese gas output offset by imports

China's gas production increased by only 6% in July, but extra imports of LNG and pipeline gas compensated for the decline.

2 days ago Asia Pacific / Supply & Demand
The TurkStream pipeline

Turkmen gas exports to EU face setbacks

The prospect of gas from Turkmenistan reaching Europe still looks remote despite attempts by the EU and Bulgaria to facilitate imports.

2 days ago Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power
An artist's impression of operations at the Tortue field between Senegal and Mauritania

Senegal unveils tentative midstream plans

The government is pushing ahead with studies on national gas-to-power infrastructure despite fresh doubts over the finances of state power firm Senelec.

2 days ago Middle East & Africa / Pipelines, Storage & Power
Sinopec's LNG terminal in Qingdao in Shangdong province

New terminal could link Beijing to Australian gas

The import facility in Shandong proposed by a Chinese conglomerate and a regional power and heating supplier would connect rich gas resources in northeastern Australia’s Bowen Basin to Beijing.

2 days ago Asia Pacific / LNG

GreenStream boost nearly offsets drop in African pipeline supplies

North African pipeline gas supplies to Europe fell slightly last week, with small drops on all routes except GreenStream.

4 days ago Middle East & Africa / Supply & Demand
A gas flare at China's Fuling field.

CNPC targets Sichuan in gas production drive

The state energy giant is ramping up output in the province, reflecting a broader move to strengthen energy security in the wake of China’s trade spat with the US.

5 days ago Asia Pacific / Exploration & Production
Greece's Revithoussa LNG terminal.

Greek LNG bunkering hub ambitions take step forward

DEPA has received approval to build a small-scale LNG facility at Patras as part of a wider EU-led project to promote LNG as a marine fuel in southeastern Europe.

9 August 2019 Europe & Russia / LNG
Lithuania's Independence FSRU

Balticconnector on track to commission by end-2019

The completion of the offshore section means the pipeline is close to commissioning, potentially allowing Finland to receive gas from the Baltic states from 2020.

8 August 2019 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power
A drillship at work in the Leviathan field

Leviathan players re-examine FLNG option

With rival FEED bids invited for the construction of an FLNG facility, the developers of Israel’s largest gas field believe they can find global buyers where local and regional options are limited.

8 August 2019 Middle East & Africa / LNG
A Vietnamese offshore rig

Vietnam’s first LNG terminal faces headwinds

Construction work has started on the 1 mtpa Thi Vai facility, but PV Gas may face difficulties before it is commissioned such as the signing of a deal with Vietnam's power monopoly.

8 August 2019 Asia Pacific / LNG
A rig offshore Australia

Traders eye Equus floating liquefaction plans

Bucking the past preference for mega-trains, Western Australia could soon be host to a small-scale FLNG facility – and one that is looking to toll third-party gas from onshore as well as offshore fields.

8 August 2019 Asia Pacific / LNG
An oil and gas worker.

Skills gap challenges oil and gas majors

Companies are finding it difficult to recruit high-powered graduates with the right skills to meet the challenges of the energy transition.

7 August 2019 World / Companies & Finance
Moldavian Prime Minister Maia Sandu.

Moldova turns to Ukraine to avert gas supply crisis

Moldovagaz and Ukrtransgaz are negotiating an interconnection agreement that would allow Ukraine to ship gas to Moldova should supplies from Russia be disrupted this winter.

5 August 2019 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power
A BW Group FSRU

Pakistan’s new LNG terminals gain traction

The country's decision to lower the barriers to entry for foreign players in its domestic gas market means that plans for at least two new LNG terminals can proceed.

1 August 2019 Asia Pacific / LNG
An LNG cargo arriving at Grain LNG

UK’s Port Meridian FSRU back on despite doubts

InfraStrata has reached an agreement with Meridian Holdings to build the Port Meridian FSRU project in northwest England, but doubts remain.

1 August 2019 Europe & Russia / Supply & Demand
The port of Tema in Ghana

Benin turns to LNG to supply its power sector

Benin has signed a long-term LNG import deal with Total, guaranteeing its security of supply and further undermining the West African Gas Pipeline.

1 August 2019 Middle East & Africa / LNG
A storage tank at the Ningbo LNG terminal in Zhejiang

Zhejiang grid coverage to fall short of 2020 goal

The Chinese province will fall short of a grid coverage goal set in 2016 seemingly as a result of a lack of incremental gas supply from national companies.

1 August 2019 Asia Pacific / Supply & Demand

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