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Magazine: Poland Delays GIPL

Poland is set to reroute the agreed itinerary of gas interconnector Poland-Lithuania (GIPL), saving money but taking more time to build. Polish transmission system operator Gaz-System told its counterpart Amber Grid that a key compressor station cannot be built as it is too near Warsaw and the noise levels are too high.


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Suez Completes Acea Deal

French water utility Suez announced September 22 it had completed its acquisition of an extra 10.85% stake in Rome-based power and water utility group Acea, in return for 20mn newly-issued Suez shares; the transaction was first announced on July 29.


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Maersk ‘Seeks Danish Upgrade, Not Closure’

Hot on the heels of its parent’s impending corporate restructuring, Maersk Oil is reportedly ready to issue bid documents in early 2017 for a big redevelopment of its Tyra gas platforms offshore Denmark that are currently vital to the country's natural gas production and exports.


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EU-Canada Conference Yields Thin Pickings for Gas

The European Union and Canada may have much in common, as the EU ambassador to Canada Marie-Anne Coninsx told the EU-Canada Energy Conference in Ottawa September 22.


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Belgian Gas Supply Competition Grows

The Belgian market for natural gas is becoming more competitive every year. That is the main conclusion of a study by the federal energy market regulator Creg, based on the 2015 numbers.


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