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The main takeaways of the NECPs of the Danube Region

A recent study prepared by REKK evaluates the targets, measures and expected outcomes laid down in the NECPs of EU member states belonging to the Danube Region and energy strategies of the non-EU Danube Region countries where NECPs are in progress.

PGNiG to drill its first well in the United Arab Emirates

Poland’s PGNiG is starting the second stage of exploration works in Ras Al Khaimah Emirate. The first exploration well will provide an answer to the question about the production potential of the licence where PGNiG operates.

GE presents its whitepaper on the role of gas in reaching net-zero

GE presented its whitepaper arguing that a partnership between renewables and gas is not only possible but also desirable to deliver the quickest and deepest emission reduction and achieve the EU’s objective of climate neutrality by 2050.

Naftogaz Supervisory Board resigns following CEO dismissal

All the Supervisory Board members of Ukraine’s Naftogaz resigned following the decision of the Cabinet of Ministers to dismiss CEO Andriy Kobolyev, a decision defined by Naftogaz as “a legal manipulation."

More than 4 million euro to upgrade Lithuania’s gas pipelines

Amber Grid has signed an agreement with the Lithuanian Business Support Agency to reconstruct above-ground and underground sections of high-pressure trunk gas pipelines in various parts of Lithuania.

Final phase of the Gas Interconnection Poland-Lithuania is underway

After completion of three-quarters of the construction work for the Gas Interconnection Poland-Lithuania, the final phase – construction of the gas pressure regulating and metering station – is now underway.

MET Croatia delivers its first LNG cargo at Krk terminal

Croatia has received another cargo of LNG at the Krk terminal in the northern Adriatic Sea, the first LNG delivery of MET Croatia, part of Swiss-based energy company MET Group.

If Romgaz offer is accepted by ExxonMobil, OMV Petrom will be the operator for Neptun Deep

In case of acceptance of the Romgaz offer by ExxonMobil, OMV Petrom will act as operator for Neptun Deep block, which holds the largest offshore gas reserves found in Romania’s Black Sea section.

GIE: the gas infrastructure can help CEE to meet EU’s climate goals

A new report by GIE identifies and highlights the opportunities brought by the gas infrastructure and gas in all its forms for a number of Central-Eastern and South-Eastern European countries.

A new acquisition makes HEP Plin the biggest gas distributor in Croatia

HEP Plin signed a Share Purchase Agreement with the company Krakom for shares in the company Gradska plinara Krapina, by which it obtained ownership of 457 kilometres of the gas distribution network in Krapina-Zagorje County.

KN begins market consultation on FSRU acquisition

Lithuanian Klaipėdos Nafta announced to start consultation with market participants regarding the purchase of floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) for Klaipėda LNG terminal.

EUGAL gas pipeline starts operating at full capacity

The EUGAL gas pipeline started operating at full capacity after the commissioning of the second line, as well as the compressor station, as announced by the German TSO GASCADE.

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