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12 August 2022

Czech government remains colour blind on green issues

11 August 2022

This could prevent it from tackling some of the country’s biggest problems, such as its dependency on Russian energy, soaring energy bills, worsening environmental problems, and its stuttering economic model.

Russia resumes oil supplies to Slovakia and Hungary but imports to Czechia remain halted

11 August 2022

Hungary's MOL group pays for Transneft's transit fee to Ukrtransnafta, ending cut-off caused by 'administrative glitch'.

UK prepares for winter blackouts as energy crisis worsens

10 August 2022

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Panama Canal Authority reports LNG tanker transits down 30% in last nine months

10 August 2022

The deputy administrator of the Panama Canal Authority (PCA) has said that the number of LNG tankers passing through the Panama Canal had dropped by nearly a third over the last nine months.

Russia cuts oil flow via Ukraine's Druzhba pipeline, blaming sanctions for blocking transit payments

9 August 2022

Cut-off will hit the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia hardest, as they rely heavily on imports via the Druzhba pipeline.

European official says Nigerian LNG exports to Europe could double in long term

8 August 2022

Matthew Baldwin, the European Commission’s deputy director-general for energy, has said he believes Nigeria has the potential to see natural gas exports to Europe more than double in the long term.

Bulgaria’s caretaker government mulls new long-term contract with Gazprom

7 August 2022

Suspicions President Rumen Radev picked new cabinet to bring Bulgaria back into the Russian orbit.