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Iran seizes Greek tankers after grabbing of Iranian ship and reports of Israeli ‘suicide drone’ strike on military facility
Tensions between Iran and adversaries are on the rise amid the stalling of efforts to reinstate the 2015 nuclear deal.
Two South Korean companies signed sale and purchase agreements (SPAs) this week to buy LNG from international sellers – France's TotalEnergies and the US' Cheniere Energy.
The Grain LNG terminal in the UK posted record gas send-out levels in April, as high demand for gas from Europe pushed utilisation rates up, with LNG tankers arriving from eight new countries since January.
Sulzer, a Swiss engineering group that specialises in fluid engineering technologies, announced on May 24 that it was exiting Russia “with immediate effect.”
The US government appears to be moving towards loosening restrictions on trade with Venezuela, at least partly out of a desire to address disruptions on the European oil market.
Poland’s Climate and Environment Minister Anna Moskwa announced on May 23 that her country was terminating its inter-governmental agreement (IGA) with Russia on natural gas deliveries via the Yamal-Europe pipeline.
European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen told delegates at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos that Ukraine belongs in the “European family".
Gazprom, Russia’s state-run natural gas giant, said on Saturday, May 21 that it had stopped all deliveries to Finland as of 6:00 a.m. local time.
Kiril Petkov believes Moscow deliberately targeted Bulgaria, where top officials were divided between Russia hawks and Kremlin sympathisers, with the aim of destabilising the government.
The US government is reportedly gearing up to ease sanctions on Venezuela’s national oil company PdVSA in order to facilitate deliveries to Europe.