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Joshua Posaner

Pipeline progress bridges Bulgaria’s energy divide

The Southern Gas Corridor initiative has seen two of its projects move forward this month, which is good news for Bulgaria.

18 May 2016 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power

Latvian monopoly challenged by third-party access

Latvia’s road to market liberalisation has taken another interesting turn, with the country’s regulator chastising Latvijas Gaze.

16 May 2016 Europe & Russia / Policy & Regulation

Raid on Ukrainian producer revives interest in reforms

This week’s security services raid on a Naftogaz production subsidiary further complicates Ukraine’s gas sector reform process.

13 May 2016 Europe & Russia / Policy & Regulation

Hungary is going it alone on gas

Hungary’s interconnections make it an increasingly important pivot point for gas delivery in Central Europe, but better regional cooperation is unlikely any time soon.

9 May 2016 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power

Good news for gas as German reforms get closer

State approval for a new gas-fired power station in Bavaria could hint at progress in the country’s battle for a balanced power mix.

4 May 2016 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power

Ukraine not yet free of Russian gas

Ukraine has ended the winter season with more gas in storage than last year, having not directly imported gas from Russia since November.

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

Danish troubles strengthen case for Baltic Pipe

Danish production problems could boost plans for a Baltic Pipe connection linking Poland and Scandinavia, it has emerged.

21 April 2016 Europe & Russia / Supply & Demand

Ukraine-Turkey energy axis yet to take off

Ukraine is hoping it can press ahead on building a strategic partnership with Turkey this year as its stand-off with Russia continues.

19 April 2016 Europe & Russia / Global Markets

Ukraine’s gas sector shows new push for production

Ukraine still has some way to go in reforming its gas market, but good news is beginning to shine through.

31 March 2016 Europe & Russia / Supply & Demand

Gazprom not talking price with EU buyers – executive

Price may be less of an issue in the disputes between Gazprom and some of its European clients while oil prices are low, but importers are still pushing for greater flexibility

29 March 2016 Europe & Russia / Supply & Demand

The future’s bright for Central European storage

Central European consumers are heading towards the injection season in a strong position, with new supply options and falling demand helping to prop up capacity.

24 March 2016 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power

Gazprom auction shows new Baltic market reality

Gazprom concluded its second gas auction in Europe last week with lots targeted at Baltic buyers.

22 March 2016 Europe & Russia / Supply & Demand

Turkey and Ukraine find common ground on gas

Ukraine and Turkey hinted at stronger energy ties during a summit last week, but the two may only be partners of convenience in a period of discord with Russia.

14 March 2016 Europe & Russia / Supply & Demand

German gas mothballing dispute heading to court

Germany is facing an increasingly stark choice over how to ensure sufficient back-up capacity for its renewables revolution.

8 March 2016 Europe & Russia / Pipelines, Storage & Power

The process of reforming Ukraine’s gas sector

The reform of Ukraine’s gas sector is moving forward, with the separation of storage and transmission assets the next key stage for foreign investors.

26 February 2016 Europe & Russia / Policy & Regulation

Gazprom pipeline plans take new Black Sea turn

Gazprom has once again moved to launch a new European export project as ties with Turkey continue to suffer.

26 February 2016 Europe & Russia / Supply & Demand

Bear market hall of fame

Natural Gas Daily examines reactions to the new bear market reality in eight countries and reviews what NOCs and IOCs are doing to limit their losses.

24 February 2016 World / Global Markets

Hungary gets Russian gas contract extension

Hungary has secured an extension to its key gas import contract with Russia despite its opposition to Nord Stream 2.

19 February 2016 Europe & Russia / Supply & Demand

EU package could save some states €1.7 bln/y

The European Commission’s long-planned Energy Union strategy is gearing up for its ‘year of delivery’, with transparency on gas deals top of the agenda.

15 February 2016 Europe & Russia / Policy & Regulation

Gazprom case is key to reverse flows – Naftogaz

Ukraine is looking to the Stockholm arbitration court ruling on its contract with Gazprom in 2017 to determine how to unblock reverse-flow pipeline capacity.

8 February 2016 Europe & Russia / Supply & Demand

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