Friday, May 26, 2023


Krk terminal delivered over 5 bcm of natural gas to Croatia’s transport system

From the start of commercial operation, the Krk LNG terminal has gasified more than 8.300.000 cubic metres of LNG and shipped more than 5 bcm of natural gas into the transport system of Croatia.

Montenegro signs deal for LNG terminal and gas-fired power plant

Montenegro's Prime Minister signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Enerflex Energy Systems and Wethington Energy Innovation on strengthening the country's gas infrastructure.

Lithuania’s KN interested in new LNG trading opportunities

Lithuania's Klaipėdos Nafta (KN) signed a Framework Agreement with SK E&S, on cooperation opportunities in the field of international LNG business development.

Eni’s first LNG cargo arrives in Piombino’s new regasification facility

Eni has begun offloading the first liquified natural gas (LNG) cargo into Snam’s new regasification terminal in Piombino.

Slovakia’s SPP signs regasification deal with Germany’s RWE Supply & Trading

Slovakia's biggest energy supplier, SPP signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the German energy company, RWE Supply & Trading.

Europe continues to import robust volumes of LNG, Rystad Energy says

Gas and LNG supply and demand is relatively balanced across the regional markets, as Europe continues to import robust volumes of LNG, according to independent consultancy Rystad Energy.

SPP signs MoU with Italian companies to strengthen Slovakia’s gas supply diversification

Slovakia’s largest energy supplier SPP signed an MoU with the biggest Italian energy companies, Enel, Eni and Snam on commercial cooperation in the gas and LNG sector.

Europe’s ‘implied consumption’ returns to usual seasonal pattern, quarterly gas report says

The Oxford Institute of Energy Studies has published its gas market report for the first quarter of 2023.

First LNG tanker for Bulgaria arrived in Turkey

Earlier in April, the first liquified natural gas (LNG) tanker destined for Bulgaria, arrived at the Turkish LNG terminal of Marmara, near the city of Tekirdag.

LNG Croatia signs contract for the delivery of an additional regasification module

LNG Croatia signed a contract with the Norwegian company Wartsila Gas Solutions to deliver an additional regasification module with a maximum capacity of 250,000 cubic metres per hour, worth 22,9 million euros.

SPP renews gas contracts to strengthen energy diversification in Slovakia

Slovakia's energy supplier SPP signed new contracts with the largest international suppliers of natural gas for 2023 and 2024.

Can CEE become Europe’s LNG hub?

It is clear how LNG has risen in importance and is helping Europe ensure its energy supplies. However, supply alone will not be enough and the infrastructure must be further developed. How all of this will impact CEE?

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