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Gas Production in Europe Continues to Fall

European gas production will continue to fall, according to the latest forecasts from the International Energy Agency (IEA). By 2024, […]

ASIAN FACTOR COULD CHANGE EUROPEAN LNG VECTOR

At present there is a sense that the situation regarding LNG supplies to the European market appears favourable. A growing […]

Condition of Ukrainian Gas Pipeline System Set to Deteriorate

A ten-year transit contract between Gazprom and Naftogaz on supplies of Russian gas to Europe through Ukraine expires on December […]

AMERICAN LNG MAY BECOME DEAD WEIGHT FOR CROATIA

As well as its beaches, the Croatian island of Krk is known for a range of tourist attractions: Krk town […]

Forbidden love — the future of the diesel engine and the alternatives

The history of the diesel was never one to reach soaring heights. However, despite existing in the shadow of the […]

COULD EASTMED BECOME A LIFE-SAVER FOR THE EUROPEAN ECONOMY?

Activization of the EastMed Gas Pipeline from Israel to Europe is becoming an important element of developing the situation in […]

SOUTHERN GAS CORRIDOR: DOES THE DESIRE MATCH THE REALITY?

A key factor in current gas policy is the fight for the European gas market, which is becoming increasingly politicized. […]

SHAKESPEARE AND NORD-STREAM 2

“Something is rotten in the state of Denmark”: this well-known phrase from Hamlet could just as well be addressed to […]

The Great LNG Flood

– and How Europe Plans to Escape it  America has been gripped by a gas export boom. The US launched a […]

TRANS-CASPIAN GAS PIPELINE – A GHOST ROUTE?

In 2015, when Europe was actively looking for alternative energy routes after the Russia–Ukraine conflict broke out, one feasible option […]