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Dariusz Kalan

EBRD talks to fund TAP still ongoing

Representatives of the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline approached the EBRD for funding five years ago, but the two are still working to reach an agreement.

17 February 2017 Europe & Russia / Companies & Finance

Nord Stream 2 ‘a security threat’ – US official

Russia’s planned pipeline has come under scrutiny from the United States, with a senior official voicing his opposition to the project.

17 February 2017 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power

Bulgaria and Serbia join forces on gas

Momentum is building behind plans for the Bulgaria-Serbia interconnector, which it is hoped will allow the countries to diversify their supply sources.

7 February 2017 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power

Gas on the agenda for Putin-Orbán meeting

The upcoming summit between the Hungarian and Russian leaders may spark closer cooperation between the two countries on energy.

20 January 2017 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power

Ukraine turns to Slovakia to diversify supplies

Slovakia’s plans to increase exports to Ukraine will provide it with commercial opportunities while supporting Ukraine’s supply diversification.

4 January 2017 Europe & Russia / Supply & Demand

Poland to challenge EC in court over OPAL pipeline

PGNiG will take the European Commission to court over its decision to give Gazprom greater access to the OPAL pipeline.

12 December 2016 Europe & Russia / Policy & Regulation

Polish-Czech gas interconnector in jeopardy

The proposed Stork 2 pipeline between Poland and the Czech Republic could be facing problems because neither country has applied for EU funding for the project.

25 November 2016 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power

Czech Republic’s delicate Nord Stream 2 dance

The Czech Republic is caught between neighbours with opposing views on Nord Stream 2, but this could be a significant commercial opportunity if handled delicately.

11 November 2016 Europe & Russia / Supply & Demand

Bulgaria’s gas hub: breakthrough or illusion?

Bulgaria’s plans to promote itself as a Balkan gas hub have been shaken by the resurgence of the Turkish Stream pipeline.

27 October 2016 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power

Slovakia to expand its gas storage capacity

Slovakia’s government is pushing forward with a new underground gas storage project in a bid to boost its energy security.

12 October 2016 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power

Paks 2 to get green light from European Commission

The EU looks to have changed its mind on the expansion of Hungary’s nuclear power plant despite the concerns of critics.

29 September 2016 Europe & Russia / Alternative Fuels

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