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Hungary faces energy crisis, after Ukraine cuts off Russian oil deliveries

22 July 2024

Hungary's Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto has warned that a durable solution is urgently needed following Ukraine's decision to cut off oil deliveries from Russia’s Lukoil, causing a significant disruption to Hungary's oil supply.

Chinese consortium pulls out of project to build Cyprus’ first LNG import terminal

22 July 2024

China’s CPP-Metron Consortium (CMC) has walked away from its contract with the government of Cyprus to build what would be the country’s first LNG import terminal.

Weighing up impact of halt to Ukrainian gas transits

19 July 2024

Rystad Energy considers the options for European countries that still rely on Russian gas in the event that Ukrainian transits are halted at the end of this year.

Saipem secures contract to monitor GreenStream gas pipeline connecting Libya and Italy

19 July 2024

Italian energy infrastructure services firm Saipem has secured a multi-year contract to monitor the vital gas pipeline GreenStream connecting Libya and Italy.

Slovenia signs gas supply memo with Azerbaijan

17 July 2024

Slovenia’s gas supplier Geopliin signed a memorandum of cooperation in gas supply with Azerbaijan’s state oil company SOCAR on July 17, SlovenianThe Ministry of the Environment, Climate and Energy announced.

Austria seeks to end gas supply contract with Russia

17 July 2024

Austria’s Minister of Energy Leonore Gewessler formed a commission earlier this month to examine whether the country can annul a gas supply contract that is held by Austria OMV and Russia’s Gazprom.

BP: oil demand and emissions will peak in 2025

17 July 2024

Oil super major BP's latest outlook on global energy trends suggests a potential peak in worldwide oil demand as early as next year, a development that could mark a significant turning point in global carbon emissions by 2025.

Russia increases LNG and piped gas exports to Europe in 1H24 despite sanctions

17 July 2024

Russia increased its exports of liquefied natural gas by 9% (or 2bn cubic metres) and piped gas by 7% in the first half of 2024 y/y, according to a report by the International Energy Agency (IEA).

The evolution of EU gas imports vs declining indigenous production

17 July 2024

In just two and a half years, the European Union's gas import landscape has undergone a dramatic transformation. Russia used to provide half of Europe’s gas but it has been sidelined and only supplies 15% today.

TotalEnergies warns of weaker Q2 refining margins, sets up EV joint venture

17 July 2024

TotalEnergies reported on July 17 that it expected its second quarter income to come in at close to the upper end of its guidance range, but warned that its results for the three-month period would take a hit from slimmed refining margins.

Global oil supply to continue outstripping demand in H2: IEA

17 July 2024

Global oil demand in the second half of this year will be higher than supply, putting upward pressure on prices.

Longboat wraps up Norwegian sale, focuses on Malaysia

16 July 2024

London-listed Longboat Energy reported on July 15 it had completed the sale of its Norwegian business for $2.5mn, as it looks to shift its focus to assets in Malaysia.

The world needs $8.2 trillion in upstream gas investment to meet demand in 2050: GECF

16 July 2024

Meeting projected global demand for natural gas in 2050 will require some $8.2 trillion in investment in exploration and production.

Snam expects new Italian FLNG online in March 2025

16 July 2024

Italian gas infrastructure operator Snam announced on July 12 that it expected a new floating LNG terminal to be up and running by March 2025.

Russia's Sovcomflot suffers disruptions with LNG tanker fleet amid sanctions

16 July 2024

The EU has placed Sovcomflot and its tankers under restrictions in its 14th package of sanctions against Russia.

Glencore to supply Prax's UK Lindsey refinery with oil exclusively

16 July 2024

Commodities trading giant Glencore has signed a deal to exclusively supply oil and associated feedstocks to Prax Group’s 113,000 barrel per day Lindsey oil refinery in the UK.

BP predicts 40% rise in LNG demand by 2030

15 July 2024

UK supermajor BP forecasts that global demand for LNG will climb by as much as 40% by the end of the decade in comparison to 2022 levels, the company stated in its 2024 energy outlook.

Global LNG trade rises by 3.1% in 2023

15 July 2024

Global LNG trade climbed 3.1% last year with an average of 52.9bn cubic feet per day a report released by the International Group of Liquefied Natural Gas Importers revealed.

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