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DESFA inaugurates first regional LNG storage and gasification station

DESFA recently completed the development of the LNG Storage and Gasification Station facilities designed to supply the Central and Western Macedonia regions.

Location approved for Poland’s first FSRU in the Gulf of Gdańsk

The Pomeranian Voivode issued a decision regarding the location for the construction of the FSRU Terminal in the Gulf of Gdańsk.

MET Group secures long-term US LNG source from Shell

Swiss-based MET Group has entered into a long-term FOB (Free-On-Board) LNG purchase agreement, by signing a 10-year agreement with Shell.

Bulgaria calls for urgent action to prevent further delays with Alexandroupolis LNG terminal

The LNG terminal near Alexandroupolis is a pivotal project aimed at diversifying energy supply and bolstering regional energy security, confirmed the Bulgarian Energy Minister Vladimir Malinov.

Construction commenced on Germany’s Stade LNG terminal, where Czechia secures long-term supply

Construction of Germany's first onshore LNG terminal has begun at Stade. From 2027, it will cover more than a quarter of the Czech Republic’s annual consumption.

New EU sanctions target Russian LNG but a full ban is not yet in sight

The latest EU package of sanctions against Russia contains important new energy-related measures targeting LNG. However, a full ban is still distant.

US-Bulgaria energy partnership: nuclear innovations, renewable strategies and LNG supply routes

Over the past months, energy talks between Bulgaria and the US have intensified, especially in the fields of nuclear energy, LNG and renewables.

Algerian LNG arrives at Krk terminal for the first time

On 22 May, Algerian liquified natural gas (LNG) arrived at the Krk LNG terminal in Croatia for the first time.

DET completes business structure for upcoming Wilhelmshaven 2 LNG terminal

The business structure for the future operation of Deutsche Energy Terminal's (DET) LNG terminal Wilhelmshaven 2, which is currently under construction, is complete.

GAZ-SYSTEM signs charter agreement for Poland’s first FSRU

GAZ-SYSTEM has signed a charter agreement specifying the conditions for the delivery and operation of an FSRU unit in the Gdańsk Bay.

EU LNG imports might be near its peak, says ACER

The European LNG Market Monitoring Report published by ACER says EU LNG demand is likely to reach its peak in 2024, due to structural gas demand reductions driven by the EU’s ambitious decarbonisation goals.

Bridging borders: LNG integration within the Vertical Corridor Initiative

Download our latest e-book and find out the role LNG can play within the Vertical Corridor Initiative.

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