Enter the email or login, that you used for registration.
If you do not remember your password, simply leave this field blank and you will receive a new, along with a link to activate.

Not registered yet?
Welcome!

2015-01-03 21:45:00

EUROPE: WE DON'T KNOW

EUROPE: WE DON'T KNOW

 

The Ukraine crisis has put security of supply at the top of the agenda, especially in Brussels according to Christine Ravnholt Hartmann, EU Affairs Manager, International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (IOGP), who spoke at Romania Oil & Gas in Bucharest, Romania.

She observed, "It's not nice to use a crisis as a way to push something forward, but I have to say it has been helpful in the fact that I think regulators and policymakers are really concerned about looking at how we can get the best out of the indigenous resources that we have in Europe."

Natural gas demand, she noted, will increase:…

Log in to read the publication.

An authorized user gets access to four FREE publications per month.

You can also buy a full access to all publications of the site since January 2014.

Get full access:
Tags: SHALE, GAS, EUROPE

Chronicle:

EUROPE: WE DON'T KNOW
2019, March, 25, 11:20:00

GERMANY'S INDEPENDENCE UP

The parallel construction of the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline and a sea terminal for liquefied natural gas (LNG) will reduce Germany’s dependence on individual countries for gas, economy and energy minister Peter Altmaier said

EUROPE: WE DON'T KNOW
2019, March, 25, 11:15:00

BULGARIA'S GROWTH 3.3%

The Bulgarian economy continues to grow strongly, supported by buoyant domestic demand. Growth exceeded 3 percent in 2018 and is projected to maintain its momentum in 2019.

EUROPE: WE DON'T KNOW
2019, March, 25, 11:10:00

TANZANIA'S LNG $30 BLN

Tanzania plans to negotiate terms for developing a $30 billion liquefied natural gas project with companies between April and September, the Energy Ministry said.

EUROPE: WE DON'T KNOW
2019, March, 25, 11:05:00

UAE GOVERNMENT'S SURPLUS DH67.5 BLN

The UAE government’s surplus posted Dh67.5 billion in 2018, according to the latest figures released by the Ministry of Finance.

All Publications »