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About: EurOil analyses key trends such as the influx of private equity into the North Sea and how it is shaping the basin's future. The monitor also provides key insight on major trends such as decommissioning and the development of frontier regions like West of Shetland. Midstream developments also take prominence, with deep analysis of the region's gas needs and how they will be met in the future.

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Poland’s Orlen paid $400mn to scammers for oil that never arrived

12 April 2024

'National champion' oil group humiliated by deal with unchecked middleman in scandal that only emerged after dismissal of CEO appointed by PiS government.

MOL opens largest green hydrogen plant near Budapest in CEE region

12 April 2024

Hungarian oil and gas giant MOL has inaugurated one of Europe's largest green hydrogen plants and the biggest in CEE to support refinery operations at its facility south of Budapest from a €22mn investment.

Bulgaria’s parliament to refer to prosecution deal with Turkey’s Botas on gas delivery

12 April 2024

Bulgaria’s parliament will send to prosecution all materials related to an agreement between state-owned gas supplier Bulgargaz and its Turkish peer, Botas, for 13-year supply of natural gas, a temporary parliamentary committee decided on April 11.

Janaf signs oil transport deal with Hungarian MOL

11 April 2024

The Croatian oil pipeline operator Janaf announced on 11 April that it has finalised oil transportation and storage agreements with the Hungarian energy group MOL, effective until the end of the current year.

Naftogaz secures gas storage agreements with European companies

11 April 2024

Naftogaz has signed agreements with German, Norwegian and French firms for gas storage services in Ukraine, despite continued Russian attacks.

Orlen names its former manager as new CEO

11 April 2024

The state-controlled Orlen is the biggest Polish company and one of the biggest companies in the CEE region. It typically lands in the centre of political controversies with every change of government.

North Sea countries sign joint security declaration

10 April 2024

The North Sea region is on high alert to the risk of attacks on critical energy and telecommunications infrastructure.

Baron Oil blames wind farm construction for losing UK oil and gas licence

10 April 2024

London-listed explorer Baron Oil has blamed wind farm construction for its failure to fulfil obligations at a UK North Sea oil and gas licence.

Germany’s Mukran LNG import terminal receives operating permit

10 April 2024

Germany’s LNG import terminal at Mukran port on Ruegen Island in the Baltic Sea has been granted its final operating permit, the terminal’s operator, private firm Deutsche ReGas revealed.

Crude oil prices remain in motion amid Middle East uncertainty

10 April 2024

Fresh talks between Israel and Hamas at the start of the week prompted Brent and WTI prices to slip from higher prices during the previous week, but a lack of progress in the talks by mid-week and a pending new attack by Israel prompted concern.

Shell mulls listing move from London to New York

10 April 2024

Shell is considering moving its primary stock listing from London to New York, its CEO Wael Sawan told Bloomberg this week, citing the undervaluing of its shares.

OKEA takes FID on Norway's Brasse oilfield

10 April 2024

OKEA and its partners have taken a final investment decision on the Brasse oilfield off Norway, estimated to contain 24mn barrels of oil equivalent.

GES, Provaris team up for Dutch hydrogen import terminal

10 April 2024

Global Energy Storage and Provaris Energy have teamed up to develop a gaseous hydrogen import facility at the GES terminal in the Dutch port of Rotterdam.

Norway's Sleipner field switches to partial onshore power

10 April 2024

Equinor’s Sleipner field, along with the Gudrun platform and other associated fields are now partly operating on clean power delivered from the shore, as a result of an electrification project that is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by 160,000 tpy.

Italy’s Piombino terminal receives first cargo from Eni’s Tango project

10 April 2024

Italian gas grid operator Snam’s Piombino floating storage and regasification unit has received the first LNG cargo shipped from Eni’s Tango floating LNG terminal off the waters of the Republic of Congo.

Europe exits the winter heating season with record gas stocks

9 April 2024

The EU has exited the heating season with a record volume of gas in storage, following another mild winter and as a result of reduced industrial demand and a concerted effort by policymakers to boost stockpiles.

Gazprom takes operator of Dutch-UK gas pipe to court

9 April 2024

Gazprom Export has filed a claim in Russia against another European company – this time BLL, the operaator of a 235-km gas pipeline between the Netherlands and the UK.

Summer starts as EU gas tanks start to fill again

8 April 2024

Winter is over, as the EU gas tanks switch from withdrawals to filling mode again in preparation for next winter. Injection into the gas tanks started on April 1, a week earlier than in 2023 and started at an all-time high record level of 59.3% full.

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