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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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PKN Orlen aims to build a strong group capable of competing on the international market, but takeover plans raise questions about Energa’s controversial project to build a major new coal-fired power plant.
A subsidiary of Total has announced a pair of separate but related deals on its LNG bunkering operations in France.
Russian president claims Bulgaria is under "international pressure" to delay pipeline project, while section via neighbouring Serbia is nearly finished.
The price Europe pays for Russian gas fell to its lowest level in 15 years, according to Russian national gas company Gazprom’s accounts.
Agreement set to further complicate disputes between Ankara and regional neighbours over rights to East Mediterranean energy resources.
Maersk Supply Service has been awarded a contract for an integrated tow and installation project for an FPSO in the North Sea.
German’s gas demand is growing, and exporters of the fuel – both by pipeline and as LNG – are increasingly targeting the country.
The UK still has a long way to go with the decommissioning of its oil and gas infrastructure in the North Sea.
France’s Elengy and Rubis Terminal have signed a memorandum of understanding on launching preliminary studies on the construction of an LNG storage facility to meet local retail demand for the fuel.
Gunvor Group agreed this week to double the maximum amount of LNG that it would buy from the proposed Commonwealth LNG project in Lousiana, on the US Gulf Coast, as well as marketing the remainder of the facility's output.