A tender for the sale of a minority stake in Greece’s Public Gas Corporation (DEPA) will be launched in November.
Russia’s controversial Nord Stream 2 project cleared another hurdle last week, after Sweden approved the construction and operation of the pipeline through 510 km of its exclusive economic zone (...
Oil and gas operators in Norway are expanding their exploration budgets by more than expected, Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) chief Bente Nyland said on May 29.
Progress on Norway’s supergiant Johan Sverdrup development is continuing, with Statoil last week signing the project’s first new contract award of 2018.
Wintershall has presented authorities in Oslo with a 9.9 billion krone (US$1.2 billion) development plan for the Nova field off the coast of Norway.
Reports that ConocoPhillips is gearing up to sell some or all of its North Sea assets will have M&A bankers salivating as they wait to see which fields could be included in any sale, who steps...
Croatia has called a new tender for a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) to import LNG. The vessel is to be located on the island of Krk in the Adriatic Sea.
Royal Dutch Shell has decided to write off its entire investment in the ill-fated Groningen gas field in the northern Netherlands.
Romania’s Romgaz is seeking shareholder approval to withdraw from two exploration blocks in northeastern Slovakia, marking another defeat in the state company’s drive to expand abroad.
LNG Hrvatska has said it intends to announce the results of the three-stage capacity auction for its new floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) on May 28.
German gas pipeline companies recently submitted a draft plan to national regulators calling for 7 billion euros (US$8.6 billion) to be spent on expanding and upgrading the country’s grid by 2028...
Norway’s Det Norske Oljeselskap (DNO) announced on April 4 that it had agreed to acquire a 15.37% stake in North Sea oil company Faroe Petroleum.
EU lawmakers came out in support of extending the bloc’s energy market rules to pipelines to and from third countries last week, in a setback for Russia’s controversial Nord Stream 2 project.
More new investment is forecast in the UK North Sea in 2018 than in the past three years combined, though a slowdown in exploration drilling remains a concern.