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E.Europe
2021, October, 18, 12:40:00
ВОССТАНОВЛЕНИЕ НЕФТЯНОГО РЫНКА
«Нефтяной рынок восстанавливается последовательно. Мы видим, что в 2021 году общий рост спроса составит 6 млн баррелей, а к концу года мы надеемся на полное восстановление спроса»,
E.Europe
2021, October, 18, 12:30:00
NORD STREAM 2 WILL HELP
Russia has repeatedly said that the early launch of Nord Stream 2 would help ease the current high gas prices in Europe, which have soared in recent weeks on intensifying concerns over winter gas supply amid lower-than-expected Russian deliveries.
E.Europe
2021, October, 18, 12:15:00
POLISH NUCLEAR FOR CLIMATE
Poland, which generates 70% of its electricity from coal, has plans to build several nuclear power reactors to greatly reduce its reliance on the most carbon-intensive fossil fuel and meet climate goals,
E.Europe
2021, October, 15, 09:30:00
ADDITIONAL RUSSIAN GAS
Speaking at Russian Energy Week, Novak also said the Nord Stream 2 pipeline would be ready to begin commercial operations "in the coming days" but that its startup still depended on winning approval from European regulators.
E.Europe
2021, October, 15, 09:10:00
TURKEY GHG EMISSIONS WILL DOWN BY 21%
To reach this 21% reduction goal, Turkey plans to raise its solar capacity to 10 GW and its wind capacity to 16 GW by 2030.
E.Europe
2021, October, 12, 16:35:00
UKRAINE'S ENERGY SECURITY
In a statement after the meeting, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, EU Council President Charles Michel and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen reaffirmed their “continued commitment to strengthening the political association and economic integration of Ukraine with the European Union.”
E.Europe
2021, October, 8, 10:25:00
MORE RUSSIAN GAS
Gazprom increased gas supplies to Turkey (+138.3 per cent), Germany (+33.2 per cent), Italy (+14.2 per cent), Romania (+305.6 per cent), Serbia (+125.2 per cent), Poland (+11.2 per cent), Bulgaria (+52.5 per cent), Greece (+10.8 per cent), and Finland (+17.5 per cent).
E.Europe
2021, October, 8, 10:20:00
RUSSIAN GAS FOR HUNGARY, CROATIA
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.
E.Europe
2021, September, 29, 10:55:00
TURKEY, AZERBAIJAN GAS AGREEMENT
Azerbaijan is the second-largest natural gas supplier to Turkey accounting for a quarter of total imports, after Russia (33%).
E.Europe
2021, September, 28, 13:40:00
RUSSIAN GAS FOR HUNGARY
15-year contracts signed for supplies of Russian gas to Hungary
E.Europe
2021, September, 28, 13:20:00
SMALL NUCLEAR FOR POLAND
Canada’s Cameco, GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH), GEH SMR Technologies Canada, (GEH SMR Canada) and Synthos Green Energy (SGE), a member of the Synthos Group signed a non-exclusive and non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to evaluate the potential establishment of a uranium fuel supply chain in Canada capable of servicing a potential fleet of BWRX-300 SMRs in Poland.
E.Europe
2021, September, 28, 13:10:00
UKRAINE WIND POWER 1.4 GW
Ukraine's installed wind capacity has increased from around 500 MW in 2015 to 1.4 GW in 2020 and wind covered 1.4% of the power mix in 2020.
E.Europe
2021, September, 27, 12:55:00
UKRAINE GAS PRICES UP
Gas prices in Ukraine began to climb in April this year, and in August and September they soared to record levels
E.Europe
2021, September, 27, 12:50:00
NUCLEAR SMR FOR POLAND
Poland uses coal as fuel for over 70% of its electricity, as well as half of its heat supply to district heating networks and industry, but is still to announce a definitive policy to fully transition away from this fossil fuel.
E.Europe
2021, September, 27, 12:45:00
HYDROGEN FOR SLOVAKIA
Slovak natural gas transmission system operator Eustream aims to be technologically ready to blend up to 5% hydrogen into its gas system by 2023