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Transgaz terminates legacy contract with Gazprom

Transgaz has reached an agreement with Gazprom to terminate a contract that was valid until the end of 2023 and that allowed Gazprom to use one of Transgaz’s transit pipelines to send gas to countries in Western Europe.

Hungary and Romania agree to strengthen energy ties

Hungary and Romania agreed that once the Black Sea gas exploration starts, the capacity of the pipeline would increase from 1.75 bcm to 4.4 bcm, opening the way for Romanian gas to reach European markets via Hungary.

Conflict or cooperation: the dynamics of energy in South-Eastern Europe

South-Eastern Europe combines coexisting strategic interests by all major superpowers - the US, the EU and China - which raise the question of whether energy generates security dilemmas or rather cooperation in the region.

Shell lays out strategy to accelerate its net-zero transformation in line with declining oil production

Shell’s recently published Powering Progress strategy forecasted a gradual reduction in oil production of around 1-2% each year and accordingly a shift towards becoming a provider of net-zero emissions energy products.

Polskie LNG receives a permit to build a new storage tank at the Świnoujście LNG Terminal

Polskie LNG, the operator and owner of the President Lech Kaczyński's LNG Terminal in Świnoujście has been granted a permit to build the third storage tank with a capacity of 180,000 cubic metres.

The Southern Gas Corridor acknowledged as an important new transmission system

Both Azerbaijan and the European Union have recognised the Southern Gas Corridor as an important new transmission system, which enables a secure, reliable and competitive supply of gas.

The way forward for regulating European LNG terminals

Experts from across the industry discussed the future of LNG regulatory framework in Europe in a workshop organised by the Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research (REKK).

The transition to exchange trading contributes to the liberalisation of Ukraine’s energy market

The Storage System Operator of Ukraine and the Ukrainian Energy Exchange have signed an agreement on cooperation, which provides customers of storage services of natural gas with standardised products for exchange trade of natural gas.

LNG imports by PGNiG on the rise

Already more than 25% of natural gas imported by PGNiG from abroad is LNG. In the coming years, the imports of LNG will also increase due to the expansion of the Świnoujście terminal and the supply from American producers.

A section of the GIPL project has been laid between Lithuania and Poland

A section of the GIPL gas interconnection project has been laid between Lithuania and Poland. The works have been performed in winter in accordance with the environmental requirements not to disturb the bird population who will nest in spring.

Hungary’s FM: Krk LNG terminal creates a new situation for energy security in CEE

At the opening ceremony of the Krk LNG terminal, Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó underlined that the new terminal is a historic opportunity for Hungary and other countries of the region to access the global LNG market.

Bulgartransgaz shareholding in the Alexandroupolis LNG terminal is being finalized

The deal for the participation of the Bulgarian gas transmission operator Bulgartransgaz in the project for the construction of a liquefied gas terminal in Alexandroupolis is being finalised.

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