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European Gas Conference - In the News

Following the success of the European Gas Conference 2017, a host of news outlets including The Daily Mail and Reuters reported on the event:


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Europe to absorb more LNG in 2018

Europe may absorb more LNG in 2018 because of growing global liquefaction capacity. But Russia’s response to increasing LNG supply remains unclear, panellists at the European Gas Conference in Vienna said.

Gazprom forecasts higher exports in 2017

Gazprom’s gas sales to Europe, excluding the Baltic states, and Turkey could increase in 2017 from last year’s record high.

Germany must signal desire for gas, not coal

German industry requires stronger long-term price signals to justify switching to natural gas from coal for power generation, domestic firm RWE Supply and Trading’s chief commercial officer, Andree Stracke, has said.

Gazprom expects ‘reasonable’ decision on Opal pipeline

Gazprom expects a “reasonable” decision from the European Court of Justice (ECJ) on granting the firm increased use of Opal, deputy chairman Alexander Medvedev said.

Gazprom gas could flow through Tap

Gazprom could export gas through the 10bn m³/yr Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (Tap), from the Turkey-Greece border to Italy, deputy chief executive Alexander Medvedev said.

GECF defends long-term oil-indexed gas prices

Long-term contracts are better for the gas market, gas exporting countries federation GECF’s secretary-general, Seyed Mohammad Hossein Adeli, has said.

Klaipedos to begin LNG truck loading in August

Klaipedos Nafta will begin LNG truck loading from the 2.9mn t/yr Klaipeda regasification facility in Lithuania in August, the firm said.


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