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Increased Ormen Lange Flows Approved by NPD

Increased Ormen Lange Flows Approved by NPD

Norway’s upstream regulator said February 10 it has granted consent for start-up of the expansion of the Nyhamna gas plant in mid-Norway, which it said will allow the Shell-operated Ormen Lange field in the Norwegian Sea to boost production by between 25bn and 30bn m³ during the field's lifetime. The…

UGI projects a 6 percent rate increase in its cost of gas

UGI projects a 6 percent rate increase in its cost of gas

By David Abel GLOBE STAFF  MAY 18, 2016In a decision environmental advocates hailed as a landmark, the state’s highest court ruled Tuesday that Massachusetts regulators must set specific limits on various sources of greenhouse gases to comply with the legal obligation to reduce emissions linked to climate change. For years, environmental groups…

Israel delayed bids submission by three months

Israel delayed bids submission by three months

Israel's first offshore licence round, which began in November, was thrown into disarray when the energy minister announced February 9 that it would extend to next year. Speaking at a roadshow in Tel Aviv, Yuval Steinitz said that dozens of companies had showed interest in it and the postponement was…

SJC rules Mass. failed to issue proper regulations to cut emissions

SJC rules Mass. failed to issue proper regulations to cut emissions

By David Abel GLOBE STAFF  MAY 18, 2016In a decision environmental advocates hailed as a landmark, the state’s highest court ruled Tuesday that Massachusetts regulators must set specific limits on various sources of greenhouse gases to comply with the legal obligation to reduce emissions linked to climate change. For years, environmental groups…

Norway, UK Signal ‘Unique’ Relationship

Norway, UK Signal ‘Unique’ Relationship

Norwegian energy minister Terje Soviknes met his UK counterpart Jesse Norman on February 10 for the first time at the Oslo Energy Forum. The two ministers, who were both appointed last year, jointly stated that: "Norway and the UK share a unique relationship on energy, developed from a long history of close…

Expert: Gas pipe issues in St. Louis area indicative of larger problem

Expert: Gas pipe issues in St. Louis area indicative of larger problem

Expert: Gas pipe issues in St. Louis area indicative of larger problem May 26th, 2016 | By admin | Category: Lead Articles Posted: May 25, 2016 10:53 PM EDTUpdated: May 25, 2016 11:53 PM EDT Credit: KMOV SOUTH ST. LOUIS COUNTY (KMOV.com) -An expert says problems with gas pipes in…

Gastrade said GasLOg will bring expertise and material support to Alexandroupolis LNG storage/regasification plant

Gastrade said GasLOg will bring expertise and material support to Alexandroupolis LNG storage/regasification plant

LNG tanker fleet operator GasLog finalised a deal for a 20% stake in Greece’s private energy player Gastrade, which plans to develop a floating LNG import terminal at Alexandroupolis in northern Greece, the companies announced February 9. Gaslog, which announced its intention of buying the stake two months ago, brings its experience…

Kazakh Gas Exports Rise for Third Year

Kazakh Gas Exports Rise for Third Year

Kazakhstan’s commodity sector is trying to develop its gas production as oil output falls, according to local analysts Finprom.kz. Oil output is down 5% and gas output rose 10% over the three years to 2016. However, the volumes are still disproportionate, and oil production still dominates the raw materials sector…

French LFDE Finds 2nd CBM Seam

French LFDE Finds 2nd CBM Seam

French coalbed methane (CBM) producer, La Française de l’Energie (LFDE), said February 10 it reached the second target of its CBR-1 exploration well being drilled at Lachambre on the ‘Bleue Lorraine’ permit in the Moselle district of eastern France. Its second target, 1178 metres deep, found a coal seam stack…

LNG-Fuelled Car Carrier named in Sweden

LNG-Fuelled Car Carrier named in Sweden

The world’s second dual-fuel LNG pure car and truck carrier Auto Energy had her formal naming ceremony at Malmo port, Sweden earlier this week. In a February 10 release, the ship's Norway-based owner United European Car Carriers (UECC), a joint venture of NYK Lines and Wallenius Lines, said the event took…

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