OMV has secured 40 TWh of additional European transport capacities to Austria for the coming gas year (October 1, 2022 – September 30, 2023).
With a view to achieving sustainability in its long-distance haulage operations, the Hegelmann Group has placed an order for 150 IVECO S-WAY LNG and 10 IVECO S-WAY CNG tractor units.
Deutsche ReGas said it has signed a term sheet with French energy giant TotalEnergies under which the latter would provide an FSRU for the project.
Spanish LNG terminal operator Enagas is moving forward with plans to launch its El Musel LNG facility in Asturias.
Eesti Gaas signed a contract with Norway’s energy group Equinor for the purchase of 2 TWh of LNG, which will significantly increase Estonia’s security of supply in the upcoming heating season.
Germany’s Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Action and Vice-Chancellor Robert Habeck signed a joint declaration on energy security with the Czech Minister of Industry and Trade, Jozef Síkela.
Bulgaria and Greece have completed a new pipeline which will allow Bulgaria to import natural gas from Azerbaijan and Gastrade’s FSRU-based Alexandroupolis LNG import project.
Poland’s company GAZ-SYSTEM has completed technical acceptance of 41 km of the Niechorze-Płoty gas pipeline, i.e. the main part of the section connecting the offshore gas pipeline to the national transmission system.
A unit of French energy giant TotalEnergies has opened a new LNG fueling station for trucks in Germany and plans to launch additional stations by the end of this year.
Gate terminal takes 3 initiatives to strengthen its position in the security of supply of Northwest Europe.