2019, June, 11, 10:05:00RUSSIA'S GAS FOR EUROPE
According to the document, Gazprom will supply up to 3.5 billion cubic meters of gas per year to VNG Handel & Vertrieb in 2021 and 2022.
2019, June, 11, 10:00:00GAZPROM, OMV DEAL $1 BLN
The document sets the price of the deal during which OMV will obtain a 24.98 per cent stake in the project for developing Blocks 4A and 5A in the Achimov formations of the Urengoyskoye field at EUR 905 million (USD 1.02 billion at the cross rate of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation as of June 7, 2019). The parties plan to enter into the final agreement on the deal before the end of 2019.
2019, June, 7, 12:10:00RUSSIA'S GAS FOR HUNGARY +58%
Gazprom's supplies to Hungary from January 1 through June 5, 2019, totaled 4.3 billion cubic meters of gas, a 57.5 per cent increase versus the same period of 2018.
2019, June, 7, 12:00:00RUSSIA'S GAS FOR FRANCE
It was pointed out that the French demand for Russian natural gas has been on the rise for the last four years.
2019, June, 7, 11:55:00U.S. LNG TO EUROPE UP
U.S. exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Europe have increased substantially since October 2018, averaging 1.9 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in the winter of 2018–19 compared with 0.1 Bcf/d in the winter of 2017–18.
2019, June, 6, 14:45:00CYPRUS GAS EARNINGS $9 BLN
Cyprus will earn an estimated $9.3 bln over 18 years from exploiting its Aphrodite gas field under a renegotiated contract with Shell, US-based Noble and Israel?s Delek, the energy minister said
2019, June, 5, 10:25:00IRAN DEAL AND SANCTIONS
During a joint news conference with US President Donald Trump today, British Prime Minister Theresa May stressed the importance of the USA-UK special relationship in dealing with Iran, but added that "we [the UK] stand by the nuclear deal".
2019, June, 4, 15:30:00GERMANY'S RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY 47%
The German energy transition continues to gather pace, reaching a record 47 per cent of total electricity produced in the first five months of 2019, putting it well ahead of its target for 2025, which requires it to meet between 40 and 45 per cent of total electricity consumption from renewables.
2019, June, 4, 15:15:00FRANCE'S GROWTH 1.5%
Growth is expected to reach 1.3 percent this year and stabilize at around 1.5 percent in the medium term, predicated on a recovery of domestic and external demand and on gains from recent reforms.
2019, May, 31, 12:15:00BRITAIN'S OIL PRODUCTION UP 9%
UK oil production rose by nearly 9% on the year in the first quarter of 2019 to 1.18 million b/d, continuing a half-decade revival and beating industry expectations, government statistics released Thursday showed.
2019, May, 30, 17:55:00GERMANY'S COAL IS MAIN
Electricity generated from Germany’s coal-fired plants declined by 46 million megawatthours (MWh) between 2000 and 2017, while electricity generated from wind and solar increased by 95 million MWh and 40 million MWh, respectively. Despite these changes, coal remains the main source of generation in Germany. Coal’s share of total generation declined from 50% in 2000 to 36% in 2017, despite slight increases in 2012 and 2013 that were related to Germany’s move away from nuclear power.
2019, May, 29, 11:00:00NORWAY'S OIL INVESTMENT UP
Investments are now seen at a four-year high of 183.7 billion Norwegian crowns ($21.11 billion) in 2019, up from the 172.7 billion crowns seen in February, according to SSB, which collects the data from oil firms.
2019, May, 29, 10:35:00GRONINGEN'S SEISMIC RISKS
A 3.4 magnitude earthquake prompted the Dutch government last year to promise to end Groningen production by 2030 and to lower output as quickly as possible in the coming years.
2019, May, 24, 10:00:00RUSSIA REMOVES OIL
Russia removes contaminated oil from an export pipeline Druzhba
2019, May, 23, 12:15:00U.S. SANCTIONS FOR GERMANY
The German Economy Ministry has taken note of the threat of U.S. sanctions being placed on the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project, a spokeswoman said on Wednesday, adding that Berlin rejected sanctions that have extraterritorial effect.