Thursday, April 24, 2014

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Towards a Single, Competitive Gas Market

Is a single, competitive European gas market achievable? The answer could only be “yes,” even if the target was far off in the distance, according to Klaus-Dieter Borchardt, Director B, DG Energy – European Commission, who enumerated the numerous challenges that prospect was up against...

Estonia, Finland Set to Announce Much-Argued LNG Terminal Construction Site

Amid the spat over location of a new liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal Estonia’s Economy Minister Juhan Parts has proposed to Finland that the two countries, disagreeing which of them should take on building a LNG terminal, would strike a compromise by building one each. The minister...

Balticconnector: Baltic Seabed Exploration Works Start Amid Disputes

Baltic Seabed studies in Estonian territorial waters have begun for the Balticconnector, an 80-kilometer undersea gas pipeline between Estonia and Finland planned by Finnish gas company Gasum and Estonian gas distribution grid EG Vorguteenus. The works precede the environmental impact...

Environmental Impacts of Constructing the Nord Stream Pipelines Minor and Local

Cumulative results of the environmental monitoring from 2009-2012 confirm minor impacts Actual impacts are generally in line with the assessments made in the planning phase The cumulative results of Nord Stream AG’s environmental monitoring in Finnish waters during 2009-2012 confirm that the...

Europe Embraces Nord Stream Expansion

European countries, including the Netherlands, Finland and the United Kingdom expressed their interest in the expansion of Nord Stream. The third and fourth strings of the pipeline enjoy the highest level of political support in Europe. As a result Nord Stream will be the cornerstone of European energy...

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