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Gas Dialogues: Bulgaria Reaffirms South Stream Commitment

Bulgaria reaffirmed its commitment to commencing construction in 2013 of the South Stream natural gas pipeline in a conference in the Bulgarian capital, Sofia, on 25 June. That pledge to participate in South Stream, the 925km natural gas pipeline which will traverse the floor of the Black Sea and cross...

Chevron Call for EU–wide Framework for Shale Gas Development

Chevron Corp called for Europe-wide regulatory environment to be put in place to allow for shale gas development to move forwards.   Speaking to Reuters, Derek Magness, Chevron's general manager for Europe, Asia and Middle East, said the multinational also supported the concept of local communities...

Unconventionals in Europe: A Change in Attitude?

In preview of his appearance at theUnconventional Gas & Oil Summit scheduled for 3-6 June in London, Mr. Philip Lowe, Director General, Energy DG, European Commission, offered his perspectives on how Europe might take advantage of shale gas to potentially alleviate some of the economic malaise on...

Energy: Shale Gas Makes Further Inroads into Europe’s Energy Mix

The rewards of shale gas are starting to outweigh the potential risks of getting the energy source out of the ground for a number of European countries. Reserves of the gas are now thought to be much larger in some states than previously estimated. In others, there is growing concern over the dominance...

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