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Record-high American LNG exports reinforce EU energy security drive

US liquefied natural gas, or LNG, exports reportedly hit monthly and annual record highs in December, positioning the United States to potentially become the...

EU gas prices on fire, fear of Russia invading Ukraine hot button

Wholesale gas prices in the EU rose to record levels in the third quarter of 2021, influenced by global gas markets, according to the...

Impact of high energy prices on industry in the East Med region

Europe is still roiling under the impact of high energy prices that do not seem to be going away any time soon. Dutch hub...

The Year of Good Energy?

The Covid pandemic, geopolitics, climate change, energy and the economy are likely to be key issues in 2022.“What we have to have when we’re...

Gazing into the Energy Crystal Ball for 2022

The Covid pandemic and geopolitical issues are likely to be key issues for the energy prices in 2022.“What we have to have when we’re...

Germany suspends Nord Stream 2 certification delaying commissioning well into 2022

Germany’s Federal Network Agency (BnetzA) suspended its certification of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany on November 16 which...

EU mulls technical assistance to Moldova amid Russian gas shortage crisis

The European Union is looking for ways to help Moldova following a supply shortage of natural gas and the absence of a new energy...

Russia puts the freeze on EU, gas supplies limited, prices spike

With gas prices surging, Members of the European Parliament have called for an investigation into market manipulation from state and non-state actors, and into...

EU seeks solution for soaring electricity prices

As electricity prices increase across the EU, the bloc’s energy and transport ministers met in Slovenia this week to discuss measures to help lower...

Colonial Pipeline restarts operations after ransomware cyber attack

The largest pipeline system for refined oil products in the US, the Colonial Pipeline, reportedly said on May 12 it initiated the restart of...

Ukraine Court rebuffs Gazprom fine appeal

The Supreme Economic Court of Ukraine on July 13 reportedly dismissed Gazprom’s appeal against a $3.4 billion fine. In January, Ukraine’s Antimonopoly Committee (AMCU)...

Ukraine-Russia Lovefest Won’t Slow South Stream

The rapprochement between Moscow and Kiev, following a deal to provide Ukraine with a $15 billion loan and a gas price reduction from about...

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