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Construction of the interconnector Nis-Dimitrovgrad to begin by the end of November

Serbia’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Mining and Energy Zorana Mihajlovic stated that the works on the construction of the interconnector Nis-Dimitrovgrad will begin at the end of November.

Naftogaz and Ukraine TSO request to participate in German certification of Nord Stream 2

Naftogaz and Ukraine's Gas TSO submitted a request to the German energy regulator Bundesnetzagentur (BNetzA) to take part in the Nord Stream 2 certification procedure.

Georgia moves ahead with establishing gas exchange

Georgia is moving ahead in the process of establishing gas exchange and a competitive gas market, following a meeting between the Energy Community Secretariat, the EBRD, the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development and key stakeholders.

IGU and Gazprom: natural gas is crucial for economies and the environment

Gazprom and International Gas Union met to highlight the growing importance of natural gas in solving problems of the global economy and the negative environmental impact of energy use.

Petrol’s acquisition of Crodux Derivati makes it the second-largest petroleum product provider in Croatia

Petrol Ljubljana has closed the acquisition of a 100% business share in the Croatian company Crodux Derivati in what is the company's largest acquisition in the last decade.

Ukraine’s Gas TSO offers additional capacities for gas transportation to Europe at NATO committee meeting

GTSOU Director General says reliable gas supply is an integral part of the transatlantic energy security.

Gas filling of the first Nord Stream 2 string starts

Earlier this week, the gas-in procedure for the first string of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline has started.

PGNiG strengthens its presence in the Gulf region

PGNiG and Qatar-based Black Cat Engineering and Construction signed a Memorandum of Understanding to cooperate on oil and gas production projects.

It is time for Ukraine to start working on LNG legislative framework

The existence of a regulatory framework is critical to have an LNG market fully functioning. Yaroslav Petrov, partner, and Marta Halabala, senior associate, at Asters shed some light on Ukraine's legislative framework and the issues faced by investors.

Supplies of Russian gas to Hungary and Croatia via new route begin

Hungary and Croatia started receiving Russian natural gas via a new route: the gas is supplied by the TurkStream gas pipeline and further across the national gas transmission systems of Bulgaria, Serbia and Hungary.

IEA: Russia could do more to increase gas availability to Europe

According to the IEA, the steep rise in European gas prices has been driven by a combination of a strong recovery in demand and tighter-than-expected supply, as well as several weather-related factors.

bp sells 25% stake in SWAP exploration project in Azerbaijan

bp has agreed to sell a 25% participating interest in the Shallow Water Absheron Peninsula exploration project in the Azerbaijan sector of the Caspian Sea to LUKOIL.

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