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Oct 11th

CESEC to BRUA: “Got your back”

BRUA pipeline resuscitated The fortunes of the “BRUA” natural gas interconnector pipeline may be improving, according to a report on Euractiv, which

11 Oct, 2017
Oct 9th

Nord Stream II: No middle ground

Nord Stream II. You're either for it, or against it. There may be no middle ground when it comes to the building

9 Oct, 2017
Sep 29th

IEA Chief Economist: Single market efforts in CEE bearing fruit

When László Varró speaks, people in the energy industry are all ears. The Chief Economist of the International Energy Agency (IEA), his

29 Sep, 2017
Sep 29th

GIE partners with BP LNG Summit

The organizers of the Budapest LNG Summit are proud to announce that Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE), one of the continent's most significant

29 Sep, 2017
Sep 25th

Gazprom: A future of lower prices?

Mirror mirror, on the wall Despite the company maintaining one-third share of Europe's natural gas supplies, the FT does not see good things on

25 Sep, 2017
Sep 25th

Supermajor rep to speak at Budapest LNG Summit

ExxonMobil's Vice President of International Gas coming to Budapest The Budapest LNG Summit is honored to announce that Peter P. Clarke Vice President,

25 Sep, 2017
Sep 22nd

Poland’s LNG terminal – bigger, better, bunkering?

Upper management at Poland's Gaz-System S.A. would reportedly like to expand the country's LNG terminal at Świnoujście, according to an article on Ship&Bunker,

22 Sep, 2017
Sep 21st

Black Sea Gas: Bye bye, Baumgarten

When all of the pieces don't fall into place Things may not be going according to plan for OMV and ExxonMobil when

21 Sep, 2017
Sep 20th

Low LNG prices=Less Future Investment

Because of the present overcapacity, global prices for LNG are just too low right now to send the price signals needed for

20 Sep, 2017
Sep 15th

A bit of oxygen for Eastring?

Entering a new phase Not much has been heard lately of "Eastring," a natural gas pipeline alternative, originally to the ill-fated South

15 Sep, 2017