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Denmark – The Last of a Dying Breed

Denmark is the European Union’s (EU) only net exporter of oil. The Nordic state’s oil exports totalled approximately 13.7 million barrels of oil equivalent in 2013. This is in stark contrast to the EU’s only other significant oil producer, the UK, which became a net importer in 2004...

EU Projects of Common Interest to Change BEMIP Gas Markets

If implemented, the 15 European Commission’s projects in the BEMIP region would ‘significantly change the picture of the gas markets in the region,’ reads the second Gas Regional Investment Plan (GRIP) of the Baltic Energy Market Interconnection Plan (BEMIP) region released on Monday.

GRTgaz and Swedegas Join Initiative for Carbon Neutral Gas Supply by 2050

France's GRTgaz and Swedish Swedegas join the Dutch-Danish-Belgian initiative to develop a 100% carbon-neutral gas supply by 2050. Both gas transport operators officially announced this engagement during the Gas Week in the European Parliament in Brussels. By signing the common commitment, the companies...

Cost Cutting to See Dong Energy Shed Jobs

Danish energy producer Dong is to restructure, with the loss of hundreds of jobs. Denmark’s largest energy company, it produces North Sea oil and gas, and has a large renewables programme. Dong, which is controlled by the state, announced results Thursday, and a swingeing efficiency programme.

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