The construction of the 508 km length pipeline which connects Polish and Lithuanian transmission systems is coming to an end.
A unit of Germany’s Salzgitter has secured a contract from Open Grid Europe (OGE) to supply steel pipes for a pipeline that will link the planned LNG terminal in Wilhelmshaven with the grid.
H-TEC SYSTEMS and Groupe E will implement the first hydrogen project in Western Switzerland.
Shell’s Prelude FLNG, located offshore Western Australia, has shipped its first cargo since December last year after an incident forced the company to shut the giant unit.
PGNiG Supply & Trading has signed a charter contract for more LNG carriers. Four new vessels, built for the PGNiG Group, will be placed in service in 2025.
Poland’s PGNiG said it has placed an order to book regasification capacity at Gaz-System’s planned FSRU-based LNG terminal in Gdansk Bay.
Natural gas distributor GasNet has launched two new LNG fueling stations for trucks in the Czech Republic, boosting the total to three such facilities.
Croatia is planning to slightly increase the capacity of its FSRU-based LNG import terminal on the northern Adriatic island of Krk.
TotalEnergies said it would not provide any more capital for the Arctic LNG 2 project.
Greece’s Mediterranean Gas has received approval for its planned development in the port of Volos.