Contributed by: PeterPoptchev, Consultant, Foreign Policy and Energy Analysis
The 2014 EU-wide stress tests established that a year-long Ukrainian transit shutdown does not result in any loss of load in most of the European continent, with the exception of some strongly affected countries in South Eastern Europe (SEE) – “a loss
Contributed by: FernandoImpuesto, General Manager, Enagás Emprende
With more than 45 years of experience operating integrated gas infrastructures, Enagás has adapted its facilities to an evolving and dynamic LNG market, switching from the traditional LNG terminal model (unloading, storage and regasification and LNG tr
Interview with DougWood, Chairman of the Gas Committee, European Federation of Energy Traders
There has been continued progress in the development of European gas hubs in the past few years, however there are still some very important hurdles to overcome before Europe can have highly efficient and mature gas markets.
Uncertainty over regulation and policy and its impact on investment is the biggest challenge facing gas businesses in Europe, according to polling of delegates at November's European Autumn Gas Conference (EAGC) in Brussels.
Russia’s natural gas industry has over the past two weeks reached a series of significant milestones in its ambitions to ramp up its exports – not just to its traditional markets in Europe but also to tempting new markets in Asia Pacific.
Interview with PhillipLowe, European Commission, Director General for Energy
In the run-up to the European Autumn Gas Conference in Brussels in mid-November, Gastech News asked Philip Lowe, Director General for Energy at the European Commission, for his views on the policy issues confronting the EU.
The Norwegian government has decided to terminate the full-scale carbon capture project under development at Mongstad in what it describes as “a change in direction” in its efforts to promote carbon capture and storage.
A national debate about energy policy has been raging fiercely in the UK since the leader of the opposition, Ed Miliband, announced a price freeze and a shake-up of the electricity and gas industries if his party were to win the coming general election