Qatar and Germany have agreed to boost cooperation in LNG and hydrogen, as the latter looks to reduce reliance on pipeline gas supplies from Russia.
Albania’s natural gas supplier Albgaz and Bulgaria’s Overgas signed a MoU to cooperate on projects that will diversify natural gas supplies in the Balkans.
Bulgaria will receive two shiploads of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the US in June, confirmed Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov.
Estonian and Finnish ministers of economic affairs have agreed to the joint leasing of a floating terminal for liquid natural gas (LNG) that will guarantee the supply of gas to both countries.
Minister of Energy of the Republic of Lithuania Dainius Kreivys met with Poland’s Minister of Climate and Environment Anna Moskwa and Deputy State Assets Minister Maciej Małecki in Vilnius.
Latvia’s natural gas transmission and storage operator Conexus Baltic Grid is urging the Baltic region to find a new source of natural gas supply as soon as possible.
Lithuania has completely abandoned Russian gas: Lithuania’s gas transmission system has been operating without Russian gas imports since the beginning of this month.
Berlin is taking another step to reduce its dependence on gas from Russia.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has multi-level implications for the Russian gas sector.
The European Commission announced a target for the production of 35 billion cubic meters (bcm) of biomethane within the EU by 2030 as part of its REPowerEU plan.