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Krk LNG terminal’s capacity expansion marks progress

On Wednesday, Croatia's Economy and Sustainable Development Minister Damir Habijan inspected the expansion of the Krk LNG terminal and the replacement of 110 kV Krk-Cres-Lošinj underwater transmission cables. 

Bulgartransgaz considers possibility of equity participation in new regasification terminal in Greece

Bulgartransgaz is considering all possibilities of equity participation in a new regasification terminal in Greece, fully in synergy with the projects under the Vertical Corridor.

GAZ-SYSTEM with environmental green light for Gdańsk FSRU terminal

GAZ-SYSTEM has been issued a decision on the environmental conditions for the planned FSRU terminal in Gdańsk, including an offshore gas pipeline.

Bulgartransgaz’s projects under the Vertical Corridor to ensure the region’s energy security

Bulgartransgaz has developed specific projects to increase the capacity and to ensure the possibility of transporting additional natural gas quantities from south to north.

Krk terminal marks 300th LNG FSRU vessel reloading

LNG Croatia has completed its 300th liquified natural gas reloading for truck transport.

Bulgaria and Egypt sign natural gas supply deal

Bulgaria and Egypt will cooperate on possible future supplies of natural gas from Egypt to to the Southeast European region, in particular from Egyptian liquefied natural gas export terminals.

TotalEnergies wins Bulgargaz tender to supply 1 million MWh of LNG

Bulgaria's gas supplier Bulgargaz announced it has chosen TotalEnergies Gas and Power as the winner of a public tender for the delivery of 1 million MWh of LNG in March.

Energy leaders gather at the 5th Budapest LNG Summit to discuss the future of gas in Central and Eastern Europe

The 5th Budapest LNG Summit is set to convene on 9 April 2024, at the Hotel Marriott Budapest, with the participation of energy leaders from more than 25 countries, marking a pivotal moment in the discourse surrounding the future of gas in CEE.

ORLEN’s LNG fleet construction marks progress

The assembly of hulls for ORLEN's two new LNG vessels has commenced, which are set to enter service next year.

Polish energy giant breaks small-scale LNG record

In 2023, a record-breaking number of 8,423 LNG tanks were loaded at the Świnoujście terminal in Poland, with a total volume exceeding 149,500 tonnes.

Hungary to sign long-term LNG deal with Qatar

Hungary reached a political agreement to purchase LNG from Qatar, under a long-term contract for the period after 2026, announced Hungarian Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Biden’s LNG pause impact set to flip Europe’s energy security?

On 26 January, US President Joe Biden announced a temporary pause on pending decisions on exports of LNG. What will happen to already-signed deals in the region? And to what extent does stopping LNG export really help cut global GHG emissions?

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