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Major MoU signed to support gas market integration in CEE

An MoU about trans-regional cooperation on the development of an integrated South-Eastern and Eastern European gas market was signed by the Energy Community Secretariat, energy exchanges and trading service providers BRM, UEEX, TGE, CEEGEX and ECG and TSOs Moldovatransgaz, GTSOU, FGSZ and GAZ-SYSTEM.

US and Germany reach agreement on Nord Stream 2 provided CEE’s energy security is guaranteed

The US and Germany have reached an agreement about the Nord Stream 2, provided that the energy security of Ukraine and CEE is safeguarded. However, Naftogaz's Yuriy Vitrenko has expressed some concerns.

Excelerate, Snam, Albgaz sign MoU to pursue gas pipeline

Excelerate Energy, Snam and Albgaz signed an MoU to explore potential cooperation for the construction of a natural gas pipeline from the Albanian Vlora Terminal to other natural gas infrastructure opportunities in Albania.

HEP Plin acquires Darkom Gas Distribution, strengthening its position in Croatia

HEP Plin signed a Share Purchase Agreement with Darkom for the purchase of business shares in Darkom Gas Distribution, further strengthening its position as the largest distributor in Croatia.

SOCAR and Technip Energies enter a cooperation agreement on offshore sustainable energy development

SOCAR and Technip Energies has entered a cooperation agreement to study sustainability measures in the offshore upstream activities, including CO2 emission reduction, improvement of power efficiency and associated optimisation in the total cost of ownership.

Baltic Pipe to begin deliver gas in 2022

Goleniów-Lwówek pipeline, the longest element of the Baltic Pipe Project in Poland, has entered the advanced stage: welding and backfilling in trenches are underway.

Poland wins dispute over the OPAL gas pipeline, maybe setting a precedent for the fate of Nord Stream 2

The CJEU has ruled that the European Commission violated the principle of energy solidarity by issuing a decision on the OPAL gas pipeline, a verdict that, for PGNiG, strengthens Poland's energy security.

KN launches tender for the acquisition of the FSRU

Klaipėdos nafta, the operator of Lithuania’s liquefied natural gas terminal has announced the public procurement of floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU).

Bulgaria’s realistic path to carbon neutrality includes nuclear and natural gas

Bulgaria, as the hosting country of the Three Seas Initiative Summit has put again on the table the debate around the role of natural gas and nuclear in the energy transition. Is the country on track to reach carbon neutrality?

Growing demand for LNG: 500th tanker truck of PGNiG has left Klaipeda

The 500th LNG tanker truck containing liquefied natural gas loaded by Poland’s PGNiG at the LNG reloading station in Klaipeda, drove off to the recipient, another proof that the dynamics of natural gas sales from that direction are clearly growing.

TAP to deliver the first gas exit point in Albania

Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) AG, the Albanian Ministry of Infrastructure and Energy and Albgaz signed a Cooperation and Handover Agreement on the Fier South Facility.

Hungary and Serbia reach new milestone in gas network interconnection

The Hungarian and Serbian sections of a pipeline connecting the countries' gas networks were welded together near Horgos, a symbolic point in the construction of the interconnector project.

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