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Record-breaking energy prices could climb even higher in Europe

The European electricity market is in crisis as a perfect storm pushes prices up to ever higher heights. The timing could not have been worse as countries on the continent reopen and demand for energy increases. Most signs point to the likely continuation of the current situation when things may …

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High natural gas prices weigh on Europeans and weigh on recovery

LONDON – As the world struggles to recover from the pandemic, soaring natural gas prices threaten to become a drag on economies in Europe and beyond. Wholesale fuel prices are at their highest in years – nearly five times where they were then in 2019, before people started to get …

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Clean-up boats at the scene of a large oil spill in the Gulf following Hurricane Ida, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

FILE PHOTO: Unused oil rigs lie in the Gulf of Mexico near Port Fourchon, La. August 11, 2010. REUTERS / Lee Celano / File Photo WASHINGTON: The US Coast Guard said on Saturday that cleanup crews were responding to a large oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico following Hurricane …

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Poland is increasing its gas supplies from the United States to reduce …

WARSAW, September 2 (Reuters) – Poland has decided to reduce its dependence on Russian energy by agreeing to purchase an additional 2 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) per year from US suppliers on a period of 20 years. The additional supplies will allow the country’s largest gas company, …

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For EU security, gas transit through Ukraine should be maintained at least until 2035 – CEO of Naftogaz

For the security of the European Union, the transit of gas through Ukraine must be maintained at least until 2035, when natural gas will be replaced by renewable energy sources. This is according to Yuriy Vitrenko, chairman of the board of directors of Naftogaz of Ukraine, who shared his opinion …

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The market for sustainable aviation fuels could see a big movement

The “Worldwide Sustainable Aviation Fuels – Market Development Scenario” study has been added to the HTF MI database. The study covers an in-depth overview, product description, industry scope and elaborates the market outlook and growth status till 2027. At present, the market expands its presence as a result the current …

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UK GAS-Prices rise amid NS2 uncertainty and low LNG supply

British and European gas prices rose on Tuesday morning amid continued uncertainty around the start-up of the Nord Stream 2 (NS2) pipeline and a weak supply of liquefied natural gas. UK September contract TRGBNBPD1 rose 1.25 pence to 107.25 pence per therm at 0802 GMT. At the Dutch TTF hub, …

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European natural gas tumbles as Norwegian supplies rebound – LNG recap

European natural gas prices fell again on Monday and weighed on those in Asia as gas pipeline imports increased and the market became clearer on exactly when Russia’s Nord Stream 2 (NS2) pipeline could begin operations. operations. Norwegian supplies surged higher on Monday as more capacity returned from the Troll …

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Celebration of the 15th anniversary of the WTR Industry Awards; USPTO criticized for its anti-fraud efforts; Exclusive interview with Gazprom Neft; and much more

The long read WTRThe annual Asia-Pacific in-depth dive is here, revealing the top corporate and law firm filers of 2020, top trends and everything in between. Monday August 16 We were pleased to announce the list of finalists for the 2021 WTR Industry Awards, the winners of which will be …

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Gazprom Neft Net profit in the 2nd quarter, turnover up

By Anthony O. Goriainoff Gazprom Neft said on Friday that second quarter net profit increased as revenue increased and that it would continue to focus on increasing its hydrocarbon production in the second half of the year. The Russian energy company posted net profit of 133.08 billion Russian rubles ($ …

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