Wednesday, October 5, 2022



Latvenergo obtaines right to use Klaipėda’s LNG terminal’s annual capacity for the next 10 years

Latvenergo, having participated in the long-term LNG capacity allocation procedure, has obtained the right to use Klaipėda's terminal's annual capacity of 6 TWh for the next 10 years.

IEA: European demand for LNG sets off global competition for supplies

The dramatic appetite of Europe for liquefied natural gas (LNG) in order to replace Russian pipeline gas imports has tightened global markets, according to the latest IEA market report which forecasts that Europe’s LNG imports will increase by over 60 billion cubic metres (bcm) this year.

PGNiG secures long-term regasification capacity at Klaipeda terminal

PGNiG has secured a regasification capacity at the Lithuanian LNG terminal of Klaipeda, to import over 0.5 bcm (or 6 terawatt-hours) of natural gas per year for 10 years.

Greece’s biggest gas importer inks LNG deal with France’s TotalEnergies to break away from Russia

DEPA Commercial, Greece's biggest gas importer reached a deal with France’s TotalEnergies for the supply of 10 TWh of liquefied natural gas (LNG) over the winter, for five months until March 2023, announced the Greek Ministry for Energy in a statement.

First LNG ship for Czechia arrives at the Eemshaven terminal

The first LNG vessel for the Czech Republic has arrived at the new floating LNG terminal at Eemshaven, the Netherlands.

Update on Czechia’s energy security amid RePowerEU developments

Czechia in cooperation with ČEZ group has secured a lease on a share of a new floating LNG terminal in Eemashaven, the Netherlands, which was inaugurated last week.

Hungary opens third LNG filling station

A rapid liquified natural gas (LNG) filling station has been added to Hungary’s growing LNG infrastructure. The liquified gas is arriving from Croatia’s KRK import terminal to the new filling station, which is located on an important crosspoint of international freight transport.

Slovak gas importer inks LNG deal with ExxonMobil

Slovakia's SPP said that it signed a contract with ExxonMobil to purchase LNG in a bid to strengthen Slovakia's energy independence.

Ukrainian traders receive increased access to the liquefied gas market

Following the launch of the Poland-Slovakia interconnector, Ukrainian traders will receive additional opportunities and one more guaranteed gas transportation route from LNG terminals in Poland and the Baltic countries, as well as access to the Baltic Pipe.

Bulgaria accepts only one LNG cargo from Cheniere

Bulgaria’s acting government has accepted the offer of Cheniere for the delivery of one LNG cargo to be unloaded in Turkey at a competitive price.

6th delivery of LNG for Slovakia: SPP ready for winter

Since the beginning of the year, SPP has been buying LNG to increase the energy security of Slovakia and its energy independence.

Croatia to invest 180 million euros in LNG and gas infrastructure

Croatia’s government decided to expand the capacity of the LNG terminal on the island of Krk to more than 6.1 bcm per year and to build a new gas pipeline.

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