The gas pipeline was commissioned with partial capacity on October 1 – it is now ready to send gas at full capacity, which is up to 10 billion cubic metres of gas per year (BCM/a).
DNV has recently advised Italy-based Snam Group on its acquisition of two Floating Storage & Regasification Units from Golar LNG and BW Gas Cyprus Limited.
Evonik and Shell are making inroads into defossilizing heavy duty road transport with Bio-LNG.
On 26 August this year, a ceremony was held in Strachocina to mark the end of construction of a new gas connection between Poland and Slovakia.
BG International Limited, an affiliate of Shell U.K. Limited, has taken the final investment decision (FID) to develop the Jackdaw gas field in the UK North Sea, following regulatory approval earlier this year.
Lower Saxony’s Environment Minister Olaf Lies presented the funding notification of €2.375 million for Uniper’s planned hydrogen pilot project at the Krummhoern natural gas storage site.
GASCADE and Fluxys as long-standing partners in pipeline infrastructure join forces in two key projects for shaping the hydrogen economy in Germany: doing hydrogen and AquaDuctus.
The undersea stretch of the Norway-Poland gas pipeline has been connected to the Danish and Polish gas transmission infrastructure.
Germany has chosen Stade and Lubmin as the next two locations to install the chartered floating storage and regasification units.
Salzgitter AG subsidiary Mannesmann Grossrohr GmbH (MGR) will supply the pipes for the link to the LNG gas terminal in Brunsbüttel.