European network of liquefied natural gas (LNG) fueling stations continues to increase and has now more than 560 stations, according to NGVA Europe.
Germany is moving quickly with its plans to build infrastructure and become a major LNG importer.
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.
If the European Union no longer wants Russian oil, Southeast Asia will get it. Kremlin threats will easily turn against Russian companies and state finances.
The Netherlands will extract more gas from fields in the North Sea in the coming years.
Leaders from European Union countries agreed to phase out dependency on Russian gas, oil and coal imports as soon as possible
The TAP project enhances the security and diversification of gas supplies in the European market.
Today, the natural gas price stands at €80, compared to €18 a year ago. Prices for next winter are expected to remain at a similarly high level, according to current estimations.
The world’s largest LNG importer has sent its surplus gas to the EU.
With the looming Ukrainian crisis, NATO is thinking about building a gas pipeline link between Spain and Germany in order to reduce Central Europe’s reliance on Russian gas.