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W.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»,
W.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.
W.Europe
2021, October, 18, 12:25:00
GERMANY NEED NUCLEAR
Germany is increasing the carbon emissions of its energy system by stepping out of nuclear power. And this at a time when the decarbonisation of the electricity industry is the main strategy for effectively achieving an energy system with net-zero emissions.
W.Europe
2021, October, 18, 12:20:00
GERMANY'S RENEWABLES 239 TWH
The German transmission systems operators (TSOs) 50Hertz, Amprion, TenneT and TransnetBW anticipate the installation of 8.2 GW of renewable energy capacity in 2022 and a renewable power production increase by 5% to 239 TWh
W.Europe
2021, October, 18, 12:10:00
DENMARK OFFSHORE WIND 3 GW
The offshore wind project at the Bornholm island may have an installed capacity of 3 GW, instead of 2 GW.
W.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.
W.Europe
2021, October, 15, 09:15:00
GERMANY ONSHORE WIND 1.5 GW
The auction for 1,492 MW of onshore wind capacity attracted 210 bids totalling 1,824 MW.
W.Europe
2021, October, 13, 11:55:00
FINLAND OFFSHORE WIND 1.3 GW
The project, which is expected to generate 5 TWh/year, will comprise 70-100 turbines with a capacity of 12-20 MW.
W.Europe
2021, October, 12, 16:50:00
NUCLEAR ENERGY FOR EUROPE
Nuclear energy is safe and innovative. For more than 60 years, the European nuclear industry has proven its reliability and safety. It is one of the most regulated sectors in the world, with 126 reactors in operation in 14 European countries.
W.Europe
2021, October, 12, 16:40:00
LONG, COLD, CRAZY WINTER
Natural gas and coal prices in Europe and Asia just hit their highest levels on record, oil prices in America hit a seven-year high and U.S. gasoline prices are up $1 a gallon from last year.
W.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.”
W.Europe
2021, October, 11, 11:45:00
BRITAIN NUCLEAR ENERGY PLAN
In December 2020, the UK government published its Energy White Paper, which identified nuclear power as a way to help the country achieve the four-fold increase in clean electricity generation needed to achieve its net-zero target by 2050.
W.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).
W.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.
W.Europe
2021, October, 8, 10:10:00
MORE FUSION FOR BRITAIN
This paper sets out the UK Government’s strategy to move from a fusion science superpower to a fusion industry superpower.